Why I Don’t Promote Bloggers

1 – Promoting other bloggers through reblogs and pingbacks is an awesome way to network and grow your community.

2 – WordPress has a forever growing group of bloggers blogging on every topic you can think of. Promoting new bloggers and new topics helps to spread ideas and cultures around the blogosphere.

3 – When you actively network and help promote others your readership in turn benefits. You will see incoming traffic, views, and even more special are the comments that come from actively engaging other bloggers.

4 – Promoting other bloggers effectively can give you a small break from when you are out of blogging ideas. It may also help to inspire some ideas of your own!

5 – The Reader might look like a mess of advertisement and spammy posts, but if you sift through it you can find some great nuggets of inspiration! Personal bloggers are still out there and finding them helps them to find you!

6 – Believe it or not many bloggers don’t know how to find you or your posts. Promoting other bloggers can cause chain reactions that create waves of awareness your site may never have gotten. That’s a social media reaction from growing your own awareness through promotion. Don’t just rely on one wave or one push either. You have to continuously grow that awareness around your site or promotion doesn’t mean much.

Oh wait… these aren’t… oops…

-Opinionated Man

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60 thoughts on “Why I Don’t Promote Bloggers

  1. Haha!. What a good twist… I was expecting the “cons”…. 😉
    I agree with you…. I try to use pingbacks & share others´work on Twitter…. No reblogs, though …. Wishing you a great weekend.

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