I am mentioning MyBlogLog a lot these days, but there are reasons for this
- A large proportion of my readership are using it.
- A large number are still not using it (they are missing out)
- It is a powerful and useful service
- It is topical
- Topical content brings in traffic
- Linking through to others talking about MyBlogLog helps widen my reach, and adds to the discussion on other blogs.
That being said, if you want me to stop writing about MyBlogLog please let me know in the comments, and equally if you enjoy or find my posts relating to MyBlogLog useful, please let me know.
Three interesting stories for you today:-
Interview with Scott Rafer
I found this interview with Scott Rafer very interesting. Those who have posted articles on their blogs will have noticed how “connected” both Scott and Eric are with the community. In this podcast Scott explains his working day, and how he manages feedback regarding MyBlogLog so well.
MyBlogLog – Behind the Scenes
There is an awful lot going on behind the scenes with MyBlogLog joining Yahoo. Jeremy Zawodny goes into detail about what to expect in the future for MyBlogLog, and a little about what their priorities are.
MyBlogLog – Why is it Useful?
Graywolf who I am sure knows a thing or two about stats packages has a very detailed review of the MyBlogLog tracking features. Just like him, I have paid subscriptions for many of my sites and find some of the information fascinating and potentially very lucrative.