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Like Me on Facebook Hop!

I'm happy to announce that I am co-hosting the Like Me on Facebook hop with The Naptime Review this week!

As most of you know, I'm pretty obsessed with social media. Just a reminder, you can find me on Facebook Pinterest ~ Twitter ~ Instagram!

Enjoy the hop everyone, its a great way to find new blogs and grow your own community!

Welcome to Like Me on Facebook
 


This is a link up designed for bloggers who want to increase their facebook likes and share their facebook pages with others. PLEASE DON'T LINK UP YOUR BLOG.



Come back for Mom's Monday Mingle to link up your blog!





Please TWEET about the hop!



PLEASE LIKE FROM YOUR PERSONAL FACEBOOK PAGE ONLY!
**Facebook doesn't recognize likes from blog fan pages.

Please use your personal account to like.

***Please comment on facebook pages so we can make sure to RETURN follows.

Thank you!

Rules:
1. Please follow ALL of the hosts on facebook and twitter. They are 1-6 on the list.

2. Like as many facebook pages as you can. Visit pages and say hi! Leave your facebook page url so they can return the follow.

3. Please grab the button and place it on your sidebar or the end of a post. Together we can help each other grow!
Would you like to be the next Co-Host?
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for December 19th
 
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Unknown said…
Thanks for hosting:) Now following via GFC.
Would love for your to visit any day, Fridays are great, I have a hop (no rules and goes live on Thursdays at 7 mst)

Hope your week is filled with Blessings!!

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