First Friday Link Party for Writers — Merry Month of May Edition

Carol Tice

Party computer buttonWritten anything fascinating lately about blogging, marketing, writing, freelancing, productivity, or work-from-home issues?

If so, please share it with the group!

Today’s our May First Friday link party. This is your chance to get some new blog readers and grab some attention for the great stuff you’re writing on your blog.

As it happens, I’m presenting at SOBCon today in Chicago and kinda crazed…so it’s a great day to hand the blog content over to my talented subscribers.

Links are limited to 100, so post early.

Good luck everybody!


  1. Karen Lange

    Thanks for doing this, Carol! Have a great week!

  2. Missy

    Enjoy yourself at SOB Con in Chicago, even though the weather is craptastic here today. Thanks for the linky, I just added my video review on My Blog Guest.

    Thanks, Carol.

    • Carol Tice

      Thanks Missy! This morning it’s actually pretty nice — last day here!

  3. Susan Johnston

    I included a headline but it doesn’t seem to be showing up! Any way to fix this, Carol?

    • Carol Tice

      Not that I know..feel free to just repost.

  4. jamie

    This link part is a great idea Carol.

    I’ve clicked on a lot of them. Must say my favorite so far is “Scared to freelance? Start here”

    The title is catchy and intriguing and the post is well written, inspiring and useful. The mum describes herself as a newbie to the game and shows how there is nothing to fear in giving it a go – and point us in the right direction to do it.

    She has my vote!


  5. Karen Cioffi

    Awe. Haste does make waste. Even though I know better, I put my name in the “Name” box, instead of my post title. Oh, well.

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