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Add a ‘click-able’ signature to comments you make.

While blog hopping recently, I came across this fantastic tip listed on Be Our Best.  Jill has compiled her Top 10 Blogging Tips in one place to help others out there in blogland.  Most of them I had heard of before.  But she had one on her list that I have only seen a couple times in practice, and have not heard a how-to do it before.

Number 6: Add a clickable signature to your comments.

If you add the following text to the bottom of the comments you leave for other bloggers, whatever text you insert for “Your Text Here” will be clickable.  You have to switch out “{“ and “}” with “<” and “>” then it will work.  Remember to also change the “Your Blog Address” part, LOL!

{a href=http://www.YourBlogAddress.com/ }YOUR TEXT HERE {/a}

Bonus Tip ~ I use Notepad to store all the html codes I use on a regular basis {the direct link code for my signature image, color codes, etc.}.  I added the above code to my Notepad page, edited it with my information, and saved it.  Now all I have to do is copy and past the code at the end of any comment I make.  Very quick, easy, and direct… direct back to my blog.  I think this is my favorite how-to at the moment!

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  1. Thank you for the mention!

    We try to get our girls to tell us one new thing that they've learned each day.
    It is definitely the way to go!

    Today I learnedto be truly thankful forr the honesty that family gives you!

    I hope lots more people benefitfrom the sharing of the blog tips and especially the signature!!

    Please click on our signature to come back to our blog!!

    http://beourbest.blogspot.com/

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  2. Thank you for sharing this! I did it and it was easy!

    Just Jo-sewwhatbyjo.blogspot.com

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  3. Thank you for stopping by, now following you back from Feelin Like Scrap.

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  4. Stopping by to say hi and I am your newest follower from FMBT.
    Have a great week.
    Best wishes,
    Cindi
    Little Yayas

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  5. Testing your tip:

    Boobies, Babies, & A Blog

    :)

    Here returning your follow from FMBT!

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  6. O.K. trying this...

    {a href=http://www.puddlejumpercreations.blogspot.com/ }Susie{/a}

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  7. I'm sorry for taking up your time. I just can't figure it out :-(.

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  8. Hey Susie ~

    I sent you an e-mail too, but in case others are having troubles... you have to change the brackets out. Change the swirly parenthesis to the arrows and it will work. {} to <>

    ~Kimberlee

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  9. Wow! Thanks for the tip! I will have to try this!

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  10. Nice!
    I'll definitely try this out!
    Thanks for follwing!
    -follwing ya back
    ;)

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  11. What a great tip! I'll have to try this.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'm your newest follower and would love to have you as a follower, as well! :)

    morrowsunshine.blogspot.com

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  12. Thanks for the follow. I'm following you back. Consider following my cat too; he has his own Google account and blog and follows back as well ;-) You can find him at Avalon Cat Cartoons.

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  13. Following you back!
    Great tips -have a great night!

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  14. That is a great tip but if you just click the commenters name it goes to their blog so not sure why'd you'd need it.
    Glad I found your blog!
    xoxo
    SC

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  15. Wow it works great. Thanks so much for clearing that up Kimberley!
    Susie at Puddle Jumper Creations

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  16. Way too cool



    http://handmadecraftsdonewhilerving.blogspot.com/

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  17. HAND MADE CRAFTS WHILE RVING


    lol I think I got it this time... Gosh way too cool..

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  18. Cute blog!

    I just found your blog through the Follow Me Back Tuesday Blog Hop! Have a great week.

    Amanda @ www.nutritionistreviews.com

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  20. Thanks for the tip and for following Mommy Time Out!

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  21. Giving this a try - thanks for the tip : D

    Bee seeing you!

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  22. Had to comment again - it works great - going to check out Jill's other 9 blogging tips -thanks again !!!

    WynnieBee

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  23. Very smart - love the idea of saving all in notebook. Discovering Google Docs recently was a total score.

    Thank you for visiting my site - really glad to find you! Going to look at your project list!
    henry happened

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  24. I'm finally getting around to following you back. Thanks for stopping by PS Mom Reviews.

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  26. Thanks for the tip! ~April @ Wildflowers & Whimsy
    yay! I finally figured it out!

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