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  1. SamSahana says

    Clicking on ads is such a thoughtful advice! I never quite realised that one has to CLICK on it for them to earn from it.
    Such an insightful, thoughtful post. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Catarina says

    Thank you Shelly for all tips I always try to support as much as I can whenever I can. And you have been a great example of that as well๐Ÿงก

  3. petespringerauthor says

    Super post, Shelly! I’ve been blogging a little over two years now. I had no idea whether I’d do this for a couple of weeks or longer when I first started, but I’m still here. I think the thing that has surprised me the most about blogging are the friendships I’ve formed. It sounds funny to be friends with people I’ve never met in person, but that’s the way I feel. As I’ve talked with other bloggers, we discover that many of us are going through the same things and that’s what brings us together. I think blogging is a microcosm of the way we should treat one another throughout society. We may be living in different places, but we all share similarities. Somewhere down the road, I am planning on meeting a few of the folks I’ve become friends with in person.

    • Shelly DS says

      One of the best things is making blogging friends. And alot of us never expected to make friends doing this either, it just happens so naturally. Having a community of people around you is so important. ๐ŸคŽ

  4. Afriant Ishaq says

    I totally agree with your opinion. I understand because I’m also a blogger. I visited their blog several times. I call it blogwalking. I read their articles as carefully as I do now. Click on the ads and share their articles on the social media I have. Of course, carefully and not often. The fear of me often and carelessly harmed them.

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