Blog Critique Week: Two Washingtons

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Blog Critique Week continues with Momcomm and The SITS Girls! All this week, Fran, Kat and I (Mel from Momcomm) will be critiquing the blogs of TEN lucky SITS Girls readers. We’ll dissect a blog from top to bottom in three areas: design, navigation/functionality and content. The reason? To help the featured blogger meet her […]

Blog Critique Week: Kadbury Is… {Thinking Out Loud}

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Blog Critique Week continues with Momcomm and The SITS Girls! All this week, Fran, Kat and I (Mel from Momcomm) will be critiquing the blogs of TEN lucky SITS Girls readers. We’ll dissect a blog from top to bottom in three areas: design, navigation/functionality and content. The reason? To help the featured blogger meet her […]

Blog Critique Week: Frugal Front Porch

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Blog Critique Week continues with Momcomm and The SITS Girls! All this week, Fran, Kat and I (Mel from Momcomm) will be critiquing the blogs of TEN lucky SITS Girls readers. We’ll dissect a blog from top to bottom in three areas: design, navigation/functionality and content. The reason? To help the featured blogger meet her […]

Blog Critique Week: A Book for My Daughter

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Welcome to Blog Critique Week! All this week, Fran, Kat and I (Mel from Momcomm) will be critiquing the blogs of 10 lucky SITS Girls readers. Translation: We’ll be publishing TWO blog critiques a day here in the Education channel all week. The ten bloggers we are featuring this week were next up on a […]

Blog Critique: The Raven’s Spell

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Welcome to our second blog critique here at SITS! Twice a month, Fran, Kat and I (Mel from Momcomm) dissect a blog from top to bottom in three areas: design, navigation/functionality and content. The reason? To help the featured blogger meet her blog goals and become even MORE awesome. The goal of a blog critique […]

Blog Critique: In These Small Moments

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You see it on forums a lot…bloggers asking people to review this blog and give honest feedback. And then the post is full of “I like your blog!” or “you’re doing a great job!”  Unfortunately, the feedback being provided doesn’t help bloggers objectively critique their site and make changes. I’ve been putting my marketing, writing, and […]

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