Typepad Bloggers Weekly Roundup

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Every week we share Typepad blogs that have caught our eye and have shared over social media.  Check them out! 

Nana_co
Nana Company is a blog for quilters! From Amy Sinibaldi, a self taught quilter that sees a project and learns how to do it.

Stitchinpost

Discover education, inspiration, and creativity at Stitchin Post, the premier makery in the Pacific Northwest for quilts, kits, yarns, and workshops.


Peregrine Publishing
Stephen Wendell has been creating characters, scenarios, and fantastic worlds for over 30 years. Check out his many adventures and books at Peregrine Publishing.


Tony Mase

A student of Wallace D. Wattles, Tony Mase now uses the lessons he learned to help others improve themselves. Learn more today!


Visions and Verses

Inspirational handmade cards are keepsakes to be treasured through the years.  Visions And Verses have many different card ideas for you to choose from.

EAB Designs

EAB Designs presents hand-crafted French and Scandinavian inspired home decor as well as unique fashion accessories. Read their blog today to learn more about the latest projects.

Turkey Feathers

Turkey Feathers is the little crafting corner of Vicki Haninger. She blogs about home crafts and her everyday adventures. Enjoy!


Design Inspiration

Spreading colour & pattern one stencil at a time. Design Inspiration makes reusable stencils for decoration & signage.

Positively Present

Have a positive day with Positively Present! Learn about positivity, awareness and self-love from this amazing blog!


Attic 24Lucy is the author of Attic 24, a blog all the way from Yorkshire Dales in England. The blog expresses her passion for crochet and color. Share in her creative journey today.

Seesaw

Written by Liza Cowan, SeeSaw is a blog about art, ephemera, collecting, and history. View more today!


Want More Blog Traffic? Build A Community

Want More Blog Traffic_ Build A Community

Now that your blog is created, and you have blog posts published, the next step is getting people to read it.  Building a blog following takes some time and you must put into the work - not just on your own blog, but in seeking out other bloggers. 

Connect With Other Bloggers

Besides sharing your blog with people you already know, look for other bloggers who write about similar topics or topics that interest you.  You can create a free account with a website like Bloglovin' to discover new blogs. We have more recommendations of places to join to connect with other bloggers here.

Build A Blogger Community

Once you start following blogs and leaving thoughtful comments regularly on their posts, the blogger will get to know you. If available, always include a link to your blog in your comment so other readers and the blog owner can check out your blog.  Building an online community is so important for growing your blog. This includes following and connecting with other bloggers on Social Media. Responding to tweets or retweeting a blog update is a courtesy that will likely be reciprocated.

We have more tips on how to bring more readers to your blog via social media, email lists, and SEO in our Knowledge Base


Typepad Bloggers Weekly Roundup

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Every week we share Typepad blogs that have caught our eye and have shared over social media.  Check them out! 

Afuturehope
Johnny and his family moved to Kenya and opened an orphanage. They are doing their part to provide a hopeful future for these children. Learn more about their lives in A Future And A Hope and see how you can support their cause.

Dogscats
Learn about the cutest animals up for adoption and what it takes to run an animal rescue. Check out the blog from Winnie's Wish Rescue - Daily Dose of Dogs (aka Cats with your Coffee)

Clutter
Clutter is all over. Help make sense of all the political, sports and random clutter with Clearing Out the Clutter.

Tea
Tea lovers, you have your own scrapbook! Check out The Tea Enthusiast's Scrapbook and discover some new teas to try out!

Specialfood
Hand crafted spices for that special cook or baker in your life. Check out Terra Americana and spice up your kitchen.

Aerial
Flying through the air, dodging in and out of the clouds. Own a great flight print from Photographer and Digital Artist, Gary Eason and read about his experiences at Aerial Combat


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Get inspired by the art from Roulier's Rusty Reliques. Explores all things art, the studio, and get a glimpse of works in progress.

Screen Shot 2018-12-05 at 6.14.50 PMEnjoy It is written by Elise Blaha. Creator of the planner, 'Get To Work Book.' This blog is where she shares general life musings, insight into being a small business owner and some craft projects! Enjoy It!


Typepad Bloggers Weekly Roundup

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Every week we share Typepad blogs that have caught our eye and have shared over social media.  Check them out! 

Creative Jewish Mom

Creative Jewish Mom is a great DIY for amazing crafts. Learn different ways to cultivate joy in your home with crafts, cooking, more.

The ScenestarThe Scenestar is all about the LA-based music scene. Get band interviews, news, album, and show reviews.

HinesSight

If you love Salem, Oregon you will love HinesSight. Keep up with all the political news and issues in the area. Check out the blog today.

FDA Law Blog

FDA Law Blog has its finger on the pulse of the FDA and provides insight into the universities and companies regulated by the FDA.

Spirit ClothSpirit Cloth is an great blog from Jude Hill. She creates spirit cloths. This is art is amazing. Join her as she goes though the process.

Song Of My Heart

Lyssa Zwolanek is the author of Song of My Heart. A creative blog to help with your stamping


Image Editor Changes

When you use the Image Editor today, you'll notice that the Aviary Image Editor is no longer available. Adobe purchased the product and is discontinuing its use as an online editor on November 30, 2018. Please see our updated Knowledge Base article to see how to use the new editor within Typepad.

We are very sorry to see Aviary go.  If you have any questions or concerns, as always, the Typepad Support team is here to help you!