My Nuffnang Story

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

My interest in blogging started way back 2004. It was a private blog back then and most of my entries are either about my musings or my rantings.
You can probably relate to what I'm talking about. My blog is like any other girl's blog. Full of stories, poems and quotes and stuff that I like.

Nothing really extraordinary that would make it standout from other bloggers.
Until one day, I decided to share my entries to whoever will accidentally bump into my site. I did not even put a counter because I'm afraid no one will notice.
Fortunately, some people find my blog interesting. Other girls could relate to my poems. Some love the food that I love. And some would like to go where I have been.
Fantastic isn't it? Especially if you can connect to total strangers and eventually become friends with them.
Newbie no more, I tried to find ways to reach out to more people and at least earn something from blogging. And then I noticed most of the blogs I visit have a banner that says
Ads by Nuffnang
Nuffnang what??
Googled it, and the rest is history in the making.

Since I joined Nuffnang, blogging became more fun and exciting.
Trickles of visitors no more. My counter keeps updating. I've only been a member for a week but I can already feel that soon enough, Nuffnang will make my blogging experience a lot more than just blogging.
Out there, I know a lot of bloggers like me would want to get more out of blogging.
Register to Nuffnang and before you know it,
You are one happy blogger like me.

And by the way, how does blog awards appeal to you?

Come 16 December 2011, 500 bloggers from around the Asia-Pacific region will flock to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for the Nuffnang Asia-Pacific Blog Awards 2011 in Putrajaya Marriott. The Awards aims to not only honour the region's best bloggers, but also to bring together blogger communities from across Asia-Pacific. The Nuffnang Asia-Pacific Blog Awards is brought to you by Volkswagen Malaysia and Putrajaya Marriott.

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