|How do you promote your blog?
I don't really. I comment on other people's blogs, and always include a link back to my blog(s). I also mention my posts on my Facebook status and on Twitter. But most people find my blog in Google searches.
I do not really promote my blog. If I want to, maybe just live my blog url link on the tag boxes of others' blogs?
I don't do this enough. Socializing and social marketing is a big part of being a successful blogger. Mostly I just blog and when I hold a giveaway I post it on as many free sites as I can.
I promote my blog via TwitterFeed and RSS feed. I promote my main site which includes my blog via every social networking site I can and in the signature of my emails.
I use Twitter, Facebook and advertize at vacation rental sites
I hardly promote it at all.
I am a member of virology.com and 20-something bloggers. I don't actively promote my blog at this point, although I would like to when I have more time.
I do try to "share" my blog, by giving itinerate playing partners a calling card with my URL on it . . . other than that . . . I can't be bothered.
I actually never did. I just randomly started leaving comments on blogs I liked, and that was it. I don't tend to brag about the blog.
I just have it and enjoy it.
People tend to come to my blog from other blogs, I guess thats how I get the readers.
Through Facebook, email, Twitter. I try to cross market my blog and what I am doing in a variety of ways.
I visit other blogs and comment--that seems to be the best way to increase your active readership. I do belong to a couple of social sites, but I find they really only bring "lurkers" or those who stop to record their visit (which is required by a certain social site).
On the back of my business cards, alternatively on Trulia, Facebook, email etc. The Boston Globe's Medford webpage frequently posts links to local interest topics from my blog.
There are many ways to promote your blog. Try joining social network groups in the area that your interests are. I belong to several groups, such as humorbloggers.com, blogcatalog.com, facebook, cmfads.com to name a few. You have to interact with others as much as possible. Blogcatalog.com is the easiest way to get started. It is a great place to showcase your work no matter what your niche is.
I don't really. Commenting on other's blogs have brought in new readers though.
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