So many of you asked for a second installment of the #ARDParty twitter party, which thrills me! January’s #ARDParty was super successful (you can read the recap here – there’s tons of great strategy ideas!) and I’m so excited to spend another evening with you guys talking blogging, business, life, and community.
Will you join us this Friday? There was a lot of confusion last month regarding the time, so here’s the breakdown:
EST: 8:00 pm
CST: 7:00 pm
MST: 6:00 pm
PST: 5:00 pm
And here’s the best part. This month YOU get to ask the questions. We will have four questions (just like last time) but here’s the catch: I want you to decide on what we’re going to talk about. So if you have a burning question that you want to see discussed in this month’s twitter party, leave your question in the comments of this post, and I’ll pick four of them as our topics of discussion on Friday!
This month’s cohosts are:
You’ll definitely want to follow those ladies. Not only because they’re co-hosting, but also because they’re pretty special gals and you don’t want to miss out on all their awesomeness.
This month there will be one grand prize: a $30 gift card to Anthropologie! In order to be eligible to win the gift card you must RSVP + participate in the twitter party!
RSVP by submitting the URL to your twitter account here:
Can’t wait to see you all on Friday! And don’t forget to submit your questions, and while you’re at it will you leave your twitter handle so you can get due recognition on Friday? Enjoy the rest of your weekend.
Oh – and if you’re interested in sponsoring ARD, today is a great day to check out my advertising packages. My sponsor page is all fresh and pretty, and I changed up the packages a bit to reflect ARD’s recent growth + changes. Now you can purchase blog sponsorships through Adproval – easy peasy, right?
Goals Q & A with Framed Frosting
ARD: When did you first set goals for your blog? How do you hold yourself accountable to accomplish those goals?
FF: I’ve always been setting goals for Framed Frosting, from the first day I launched the blog. In the beginning it was all about the numbers but I quickly realized blogging is about so much more than that. It’s about learning who you are as a person and setting goals for yourself. One of my goals for this year is to become more comfortable with myself and not to be afraid to try new things. Whether that be polka dot jeans or changing majors, I need to learn how to be okay with change.