Written by A.J. Brown

Have You Heard of MyBlogLog?

My Blog LogIf you scroll down and look in the right-hand column of this page, you’ll see a bunch of little pictures tiled in a rectangle. This is a visual grid that displays the pictures of this blog’s most recent readers.

The grid is powered automatically by MyBlogLog.

The reason I bring this up is because I’d like you to consider getting a free MyBlogLog account if you haven’t gotten one yet. Here’s why…

1. By getting a free account, you can have your picture show up on the blogs you read.

2. If you have a blog, you can create a community for people to join using MyBlogLog. (You can join my option trading community here.)

3. You can attract new readers to your blog simply by visiting other blogs. That’s because some readers will click on your picture to learn more about you, and may start reading your blog as a result.

4. You can get traffic and new readers to your blog just by being a part of the MyBlogLog network. (A lot of folks use MyBlogLog to search for new blogs to read.)

One of the tricks for getting the most out of MyBlogLog is to upload a picture of yourself. All you do is click on "My Account" and then "Change Image." So long as you have a digital camera and know how to upload a picture, then you should have no problem doing this.

Right now, I notice a lot of the people who read this blog haven’t uploaded a picture yet. So there are a lot of gray smiley faces. If I had my druthers, I’d prefer to see the real faces of my readers. :-)

If you don’t have a MyBlogLog account, then perhaps get a free one. It only takes a couple minutes. And if you do already have one, then consider taking a moment to add a picture of yourself.

Then add me as a contact and/or join my community. I’ll make sure to return the favor.

Best regards always,

A.J. Brown

Categories: Blog / Updates

One Response to “Have You Heard of MyBlogLog?”

  1. RichE @ 3:43 pm:

    My! Aren’t you the social network blogineer.


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