101 FREE Ways To Promote Your Blog
101 FREE Ways To Promote Your Blog

101 FREE Ways To Promote Your Blog

Hello blogoolians,Guest Posting I am collating a huge list of blog promotion resources to help you promote your blogs across the World Wide Web! The list is in no particular order and will continue to grow when I discover new methods. There are two lists, one for free blog promotion methods and one for paid blog promotion methods.Please note that this list is for FREE options only.Facebook.Every man and his dog knows what Facebook is so I’m not going to explain this one but say just one thing: Get a Facebook page for your blog! Get your friends to click like and each one that does a link will be posted so all their friends can see… and so on.   Powerline Blog

Sams verdict: A Facebook page is essential to any blog.Twitter.Just about every man and his dog knows what Twitter is so I’m not going to explain this one either but say just one thing:  Get a Twitter account for your blog! Link it to your blog so that a message gets send out to your Twitter followers every time you make a post on your blog.Sams verdict: A Twitter account is essential to any blog.Twiends.Twiends is a great way to find Twitter followers who are interested in the same things you are. For example, you can add “blogging” to your interests and then it will list all those people who also have “blogging” as an interest. It also provides the ability to gain Facebook fans or turn your credits into website views.Sams verdict: Please Follow the Rules and Best Practices provided by Twitter. It has the ability to drastically boost your twitter followers so if your new to Twitter it might be a good way to get you started.  Be careful to use it in moderation because Twitter may ban your account if you go crazy following and unfollowing hundreds of people everyday. Twitter stats that “every user can follow 2000 people total. Once you’ve followed 2000 users, there are limits to the number of additional users you can follow: this limit is different for every user and is based on your ratio of followers to following.” Obviously celebrities are once again exception to the rules with Tiger Woods getting 130,000 or so followers in his first few days!

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