The Ultimate Party for Week 29

Welcome back to another week of  The Ultimate Party

Fall is here!!

The Ultimate Party for Week 29

Even here in Central Florida, for the past few days, its been nice for this time of the year and it looks like it will last a few more days.  Love the 80 degree weather anytime.  Finally got out the rest of my fall decorations and if you are wanting a I Love Fall printable, be sure to download it HERE.  While you are there, check out all the great Fall posts in the linky and if you have a fall post that you would like to share, please link up with our blog hop.  



Looking for a way to boost links and views at your blog?  Come and sign up with our Cash for Christmas giveaway.  You can read all about it HERE.  

Saving a Family Heirloom


My hubby finished his long project to restore a family heirloom he recently inherited.  By the picture above, you can see it was in need of total repair.  And that’s just what he did. A complete restore. He  sure would love to read some comments about his 1949 radio/record player project.  

 My Favorite Post from Last Weeks Party


Speaking of fall, how about some of the cutest Halloween Cake Pops by Krafts & Kiddos.  Heather did such a cute job on these.  Be sure and stop by to see how she made these.  

Now on to the party!

We would love to have more co-hosts for this party! We are looking for people that already participate in this party to co-host for 1-4 weeks at a time. We would ask for you to be available for at least half of the day (8-2 or 2-7 EST) where you could get on periodically and comment, +1, and share posts. Your link would be right after the hosts on the linky, and we would ask that everyone follow you on G+. If you would like to be considered to be a co-host, please contact Tammy from The Ultimate Linky HERE or let us know on The Ultimate Party Google+ page.

The Ultimate Party for Week

Why do we do a G+ party at all, and why do we do it on Fridays?

  1. Posting on G+ helps with SEO optimization.
  2. Posting on G+ helps your posts get ranked higher in Google’s search engine.
  3. Friday is supposed to be the best time for interaction on G+, specifically between 11a.m. – 2 p.m. and 7 – 10 p.m. We will leave the linky open until 9 p.m. for the West Coast bloggers and for those who work during the day. Kim will hang out with you in the evening as many of your hosts live in the EST/CST time zones and have to be off our computers at that time. Please link up as early as possible so that you get the most interaction on your posts.
  4. To help you gain more followers on G+. (We’ll have a G+ circle that we share every week for those who link up.)
  5. To interact with and get to know other bloggers. Most parties you follow people and never interact. Here you get to see who has the same interests/niche as you do!
  6. BECAUSE IT’S FUN!! Why do a party if it isn’t going to be fun?

Here is a little extra information for this party:

  1. You can follow our G+ page (The Ultimate Party) if you want to see our updates and see who we feature during the party.
  2. If you wish, you can follow our Pinterest board called The Ultimate Party where all of your hosts can pin your great posts.
  3. Optional: You can include your pin URL that coincides with your post on G+ so that others can pin it if they want to do so. You would say something like, “Try out my family’s favorite Easter pie. It’s the best pie ever! Go here to see the recipe: http://theultimatelinky/ . . . Pin it for later: . . .) #theultimateparty” If you repin the pin, please try to remember to include the hashtag #theultimateparty in the pin description.
  4. We would love it if you grabbed our button!
The Ultimate Linky


I also would love any tweets you could do to help spread the word about this party! The more people that come, the more your posts will be boosted!



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  1. Happy Friday Tammy! Thank you for featuring our Cake Pops this week, I’m so glad you like them 🙂 Super fun to make and eat of course 😉

    1. You are so welcome Heather. I recently had my first cake pop at a gathering we had for our Garden Clubs grandkids and they were adorable and a huge hit. Now with your recipe, I know how to make them myself.

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