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Calling All Women Bloggers — Link Your Blog To The BlogHer.org BlogRoll.

Posted by Catherine Morgan on April 26, 2007

I am so excited to tell everyone that I am now a contributing editor for Health and Wellness at BlogHer. What that means is; I will be surfing their BlogRoll for other women bloggers that are blogging on health and wellness issues, so I can feature them in my posts. There are contributing editors for all topics, so just register your blog…and there is a good chance you will be noticed and have your blog featured on BlogHer. It’s also a great idea to comment on topics you like….because your site link will be within the comment. Well, check it out and see what you think.

Here is a recent article from The New York Times, featuring the founders of BlogHer.org.

A Call for Manners in the World of Nasty Blogs

Darcy Padilla for The New York Times

From left, Jory Des Jardins, Lisa Stone and Elisa Camahort of BlogHer.org, which follows a code of conduct. That code was the basis for proposed guidelines using seals of approval indicated by logos.

Is it too late to bring civility to the Web?

The conversational free-for-all on the Internet known as the blogosphere can be a prickly and unpleasant place. Now, a few high-profile figures in high-tech are proposing a blogger code of conduct to clean up the quality of online discourse.

. . . . . . . . . . . read full article . . . . . . . . . .

The preliminary recommendations posted by Mr. Wales and Mr. O’Reilly are based in part on a code developed by BlogHer, a network for women designed to give them blogging tools and to guide readers to their pages.

“Any community that does not make it clear what they are doing, why they are doing it, and who is welcome to join the conversation is at risk of finding it difficult to help guide the conversation later,” said Lisa Stone, who created the guidelines and the BlogHer network in 2006 with Elisa Camahort and Jory Des Jardins. — read full article

Anyway, I hope you will all check me out at BlogHer.org, you will find me at Health and Wellness — And, if you are a “Her” blogging, you should think about joining all the other women bloggers over at BlogHer.org — and checking out some of the great women bloggers from their blogroll.

Interview with Jory Des Jardins of BlogHer


5 Responses to “Calling All Women Bloggers — Link Your Blog To The BlogHer.org BlogRoll.”

  1. Congratulations!!! that is so awesome you are going to be such a great editor! I just signed up – thanks for the heads up. 🙂 Lady Rose

  2. Thanks so much, I’m really happy.

  3. sandi said

    *CONGRATULATIONS!* and what a *BEAUTIFUL!* pic! (((((HUGS))))) sandi

  4. Thanks Sandi.

  5. This is a successul step to rise the voice of women bloggers an give them a chance to a respecful consideration.

    Armand Rousso

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