BuzzBadge: BuzzBadge to MyBlogLog

Friday, February 09, 2007

BuzzBadge to MyBlogLog

The idea of anonymity behind the screen has faded long long ago. People now establishes identity and profile on the internet. Whether the identity resembles their real world character is not a major concern, but how they play their virtual role as a netizen.

You probably know a ton about your favorite bloggers - what they think about the subjects they write about, maybe some of their work and life history... you may even know what toothpaste they use. But how much do you know about all the other people who read their blogs? And how much do they know about you?

Readers can become friends with other people who read your favorite blogs. See what else they're reading. Check out their MySpace and Friendster profiles and view their Flickr photostreams. Authors can learn more about their readers individually and as a group. What do they like and what are they ignoring? What are they reading elsewhere on the Web?

MyBlogLog is growing like crazy. People are joining when they see others are joining too. It is sort of a traffic tracking site minus complicated matrices plus a community with a bonus of networking.

Look at the right side of this blog, you can notice there is a panel with pictures of faces and names. They are MyBlogLog members who has visited Buzzbadge. Thank you!

By joining MyBlogLog, you can create a profile for yourself and your blog. Whenever you visit another MyBlogLog's member's blog, your profile will show on their blog. People visiting the blog can then follow the link and land on your blog.

MyBlogLog has gathered a lot of traffic recently. And if you want to increase the traffic to your blog, you should go to where the traffic gathers, make sense?

If you want to make some friends and seek like-minded personalities, go to MyBlogLog, do a search on your topic of interest, and you will find blogs that are related to your interest. With that, you can get to know a few more friends.

MyBlogLog is famous as a channel to know each other, when previously, this could not be done without being a suspect of spam attempt.

MyBlogLog definitely deserves a BuzzBadge. Today's BuzzBadge goes to MyBlogLog.

Update: This is my profile page: BuzzBadge

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