Thursday, January 5, 2017

Traffic Jam Weekend Linky Party

Welcome to Traffic Jam Weekend Link Party #78!

Happy New Year, thanks for joining us once again. We appreciate the love and support and look forward to another year of building connections and sharing great content.
Come join the fun by dropping your best old posts here with us, please make sure you also stick around and visit some of the other shares. Let the party begin!

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Traffic Jam Weekend Linky Party at Being A Wordsmith

For any newcomers to Traffic Jam Weekend, this weekly linky party is all about linking up your old posts so you can get some new comments and traffic.
To the frequent TJW visitors, thanks for always linking up.


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The bloggers bringing this fabulous party to you:







These are the featured posts from Traffic Jam Weekend #77...


Christmas Home Tour 2016 by No Small Life

Kimberly chose Christmas Home Tour 2016 by No Small Life. "OK YOU GOT ME! I featured Chris and Megan's Christmas Home Tour 2015 at the end of last year. But their decorations are once again super gorgeous and stunning. Check it out!"


How to Get Paid in Affiliate Marketing Whether or Not You Make a Sale by Mostly Blogging

Gail chose How to Get Paid in Affiliate Marketing Whether or Not You Make a Sale by Mostly Blogging. "Always great to get advice on making money blogging."

Happy New Year & Some New Year's Eve History by Georgie Lee

Evelyn chose Happy New Year & Some New Year's Eve History by Georgie Lee.

Inspiration Friday-Reflecting and Looking Forward by Amber Uninhibited

Mari chose Inspiration Friday-Reflecting and Looking Forward by Amber Uninhibited. "I loved it because I always feel it's important to reflect in order for us to grow."

Why I'm Mad I Had to Say Good-Bye to Princess Leia by Joy Reclaimed

Reuven chose Why I'm Mad I Had to Say Good-Bye to Princess Leia by Joy Reclaimed. "I chose this post because it was a touching sentiment on the loss of a public figure from a mother who was worried that she might lose her own daughter to a similar fate. Very moving."

This post also had the most views.


Thank you guys for sharing! Your posts have been pinned to the Traffic Jam Weekend Linky Party Pinterest board. Please grab a special Traffic Jam Weekend featured button below to display on your blog.


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Just a few rules for the party...
  • Grab a Traffic Jam Weekend button below for your site
  • Link up as many of your old posts as you like below
  • Take some time and visit the other posts
  • Create some traffic jam for the hosts of this party
  • Share this party on social media with the hashtag #trafficjamweekend


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1 comment:

  1. Hope you have a great weekend and Happy New Year.

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