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Most of you probably already subscribe to Kristi's blog since it's one of the most useful social media sites online. I've always found her content really valuable and I was really excited to have her as a guest on the show. She's yet another one of the great people we met up with at BlogWorld LA in November. Here are some highlights from our chat:
  • How Kristi's Blog Evolved from a Poetry Blog into a Social Media Resource 
  • The Essential Keys that Resulted in the Growth of Kristi's Site
  • How to Write Comments that are of Value on the Blogs You Read
  • The Impact that Your Design Has on Potential Readers
  • How a Passion for Your Topic Can Make or Break Your Blog
  • Some Really Great Insights on Google+
  • Why Your Mailing List is So Important
  • The Guest Posting Criteria for Kristi's Blog
Kristi Hines is a freelance writer, blogger, and social media enthusiast who shares blog marketing tips. You can follow her on twitter @kikolani.
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