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Doniree is yet another blogger that I discovered at Life Without Pants. She's got some great gems in this interview and I think you'll enjoy it tremendously.
  • The importance of sharing personal stories
  • The 20 Something bloggers community
  • Finding your way out of the corporate world
  • Using your skills and blog growth to generate revenue
  • Why personal connections can fuel the growth of your blog
  • Using the comments on your blog to build relationships
  • Taking the entrepreneurial plunge
  • The importance of a marketing plan
Doniree Walker is a recent Boulder, Colorado transplant by way of Minnesota. She believes in champagne with breakfast, that it's possible to live off of cheese and pasta, and is fueled by new relationships with kind and inspiring people. She documents her journeys and adventures in yoga, travel, relationships, and living in color on her personal blog, {d.com}. You can also catch her in 140 characters or less @doniree. Stop by and say hi, she'd love to meet you!

Originally aired over 7 years ago.

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