Building Better Connections – Blog Bytes

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Building Better Connections

To build better connections for your blog, it’s far more expedient to spend a little time a day to read and comment on several blogs that you follow, than going through hundreds of them leaving your likes and Gravatar on a consistent basis like a sticker.

Your comments leave a more valid impression behind. It’s a painstaking and time-consuming affair, but worthwhile in the long-term.

Remember that people follow people – they essentially follow the perceived personality behind the blog, even when the blogger is anonymous – and not necessarily the website. It’s the connections that form the backbone of your blog and those few minutes spent commenting builds a bridge to networking.

Networking

Networking means doing a whole gamut of things that I have written about here before such as; Read More…

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30 thoughts on “Building Better Connections – Blog Bytes

  1. Totally agree. We write on our blogs because we want people to read what we write. I believe blogging is a two-way street. I’m interested in what others have to say. As I get more followers, I try to follow back and read what others write.

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  2. I completely agree with you. It feels like a commitment to me, to take the time to read daily, most of the blogs I follow and leave my thoughts as many times they come to me, upon reading. And I truly appreciate when people intend to follow me because they like something in my work.

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