How to Use MyBlogLog

One of the most frequent questions regarding MyBlogLog is how to use it effectively to gain something… anything… from taking part.

To get the most from MyBlogLog you have to use it as an aid in finding blogs that are interesting, and then actually join the conversation on the other blogs. Spam message either through MBL, or on a blog you visit aren’t going to bring you subscribers, future business partners, and friends.

Email Phishing – Idiotic Company Matchups

I can only conclude that email spammers and phishers are somehow inhabitants of another planet, totally unconnected from real world issues. If name dropping one Fortune 500 company doesn’t bring results, why not drop two?

MyBlogLog API – How Far Forward Are You Thinking

MyBlogLogMashups utilizing 3rd party services are a growing and competitive market, and only people who are fast on their feet get the chance to grab mind share with early adopters. Rarely is there a chance to take advantage of an API – before it is available.

Join MyBlogLog Community Graphics

Join MyBlogLog Community

You may have noticed… well how could you have missed the 2 starburst “MyBlogLog” invite buttons at the top of my pages now. These work on a very basic principal of sales and marketing.

Security: Is MyBlogLog a Parasite?

MyBlogLog

There is a good reason I include a quote from Dane Morgan on my about page. It is not just because it was complementary, but because I know he is a very smart cookie, that has been around the block a few times with all kinds of affiliate marketing. He is vastly more experienced than I am.

MyBlogLog Wishlists – Stop Thinking Small

MyBlogLog

I hate to say it guys, but all these wishy washy wish lists that appeared today really don’t give MyBlogLog the credit they truly deserve, or really explore the potential of MyBlogLog. Andy Beal has a few useful ideas. Shoemoney also has a list, but I am not going to link to him as he prefers invective to cover up his spamming activities. In fact Shoemoney’s list seems to be an attempt to control the problems his community marketing tactics initially encouraged.

Adsense Guidelines – Contextual Ads – Adsense Backgrounds

Google Adsense
Google Adsense

You might well have read on Jensense about the changes in the contextual advertising policy that confirmed my understanding of the policy that I wrote about 2 days ago.

As I stated in the comments in that post, I also contacted Google directly but I asked multiple questions. I had to use the email route not having a direct line to decision makers at Google, but Google have been fairly prompt in replying to my questions.

MyBlogLog Roundup

MyBlogLog

I am mentioning MyBlogLog a lot these days, but there are reasons for this

  1. A large proportion of my readership are using it.
  2. A large number are still not using it (they are missing out)