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My Squidoo Productivity for 2013

31 Dec

I was off my stride this year with Squidoo, as usually I create more pages than I did in this 5th year on the site. There were big changes, so much of my efforts revolved around rescuing my earlier work and stabilizing it. Each time, I’d say, “Whew, now I’m all set.” Then the next day there would be a new directive or recommendation from Headquarters.

The list below shows the newest ones first and those are mostly in the new product lens format or the how-to format.

For my tracking purposes, I’m listing all 65 lenses (web pages) here that I created on Squidoo this year.

1 Once a Librarian, Always a Librarian Dec 2013
2 Make a Teddy Bear Tree Nov 2013
3 Homemade with Love at Christmas Nov 2013
4 Venison Marsala Nov 2013
5 Cork Display Tray Oct 2013
6 Make a Christmas Village from Cardboard Oct 2013
7 Foot Sanding with the Dremel Rotary Tool Oct 2013
8 Fill a Shadow Box with Treasured Mementos Oct 2013
9 Why I Love My Cobra Oct 2013
10 Label Machine to the Rescue Oct 2013
11 The Ever Useful Rolling Step Stool Oct 2013
12 Comfy Reader’s Swing Seat Oct 2013
13 Add a Fairy to the Garden Oct 2013
14 Everything Is Illuminated – The DVD Oct 2013
15 Stop Freezer Burn with Seal-a-Meal Oct 2013
16 The Best Journal Oct 2013
17 Entertain Your Cat Oct 2013
18 Finding the Perfect Gypsy Costume Oct 2013
19 The Clean Machine – Why You Need a Pressure Washer Oct 2013
20 Halloween Storytime Crafts Sep 2013
21 Ideas for Autumn Mantle Decorations Sep 2013
22 Banned Books Display Ideas for Libraries Sep 2013
23 Junk Pumpkins Sep 2013
24 Remembering Foods from Childhood Sep 2013
25 Fairy Gardening for Creative Kids Sep 2013
26 Exploring the Perkins Hill Cemetery Sep 2013
27 American Girl Doll – Witch Costume Aug 2013
28 Make a Halloween Fairy Garden Aug 2013
29 Collecting Miniature Typewriters Aug 2013
30 Budget Bedroom Decorating Just Like HGTV Jul 2013
31 Become Theodore Roosevelt for a Day Jul 2013
32 Make a Fairy Garden in a Broken Pot Jul 2013
33 Build a Cat Enclosure Jul 2013
34 Albert Vining in World War I Jun 2013
35 Chipmunk Trap Comparison Test Jun 2013
36 Creating a Genealogy Work Space Jun 2013
37 Memories of the Five and Dime Stores May 2013
38 Landscaping with Stone Borders May 2013
39 Facebook for Libraries May 2013
40 Easy Taco Salad May 2013
41 Essential RV Kitchen Supplies May 2013
42 Summer Reading Solutions for Librarians, Teachers and Parents Apr 2013
43 Remembering Summer Time in the 1950s Apr 2013
44 Business Cards for Librarians or Book Sellers Apr 2013
45 Denny’s Easy Paella Recipe Apr 2013
46 Yard Sale Buying Tips Mar 2013
47 Chair and a Half Feb 2013
48 Outdoor Sofa Best Sellers Feb 2013
49 Bestselling Scanners Feb 2013
50 Watch Winders Feb 2013
51 Aviator Style Jackets Feb 2013
52 Bestselling Inversion Therapy Equipment Feb 2013
53 Wine Cellars/Wine Coolers/Wine Refrigerators Feb 2013
54 Storage Benches to Unclutter the Home Feb 2013
55 Bestselling Keyboard Drawers & Platforms Feb 2013
56 Reed & Barton Silver Flatware Feb 2013
57 Fairy Gardens – A Booklist Feb 2013
58 Pinup Tin Signs Feb 2013
59 Ruth Vining McGhee Feb 2013
60 Quilter’s Hobby Cards Feb 2013
61 Making Edwardian Clothing Feb 2013
62 Hall China – Water Pitchers Feb 2013
63 Coral Pillows for a Coastal Decor Jan 2013
64 Virginia Allain’s Squidoo Tips and Techniques Jan 2013
65 Irish Tweed Caps
 
2 Comments

Posted by on December 31, 2013 in Squidoo

 

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2 responses to “My Squidoo Productivity for 2013

  1. Nancy Carol Brown Hardin

    December 31, 2013 at 8:39 pm

    Under the circumstances this year, I think you did quite well. I know it was not easy, I went through pretty much the same thing. It was like “the hurrier I go, the behinder I get,” and seemed like no let up for a stretch of time. But you’re still with Squidoo and I’m sure you’re still earning with it, so there are good things that you accomplished with it in 2013. Congratulations on your work, it’s always well done!

     
  2. Linda Arthur Tejera

    January 1, 2014 at 3:31 pm

    I’m definitely going to mark this entry so that I can come back to it and read more! Wishing you a very Happy New Year and all the best for 2014! :)

     

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