Social Interaction Builds Blog Traffic

As you socialize you increase brand awareness and as your brand awareness increases so does your blog traffic. Deciding where to spend your time socializing in today’s market requires great thought as this will be where your blog traffic is originated from. Blog Communities offer unique features and functionality to gain your interest hoping someday you will take the time and invest your marketing efforts on their website of blog.

At blogengage we like to offer our members unique ways to meet their needs. The main goal is to help increase your traffic and blog awareness. We have such unique opportunities and I find them to be most appropriate for all types of bloggers no matter the niche.

I’m always promoting blogengage and if you follow me you know this is a fact. The community grows daily because I’m always mentioning it somewhere inviting bloggers to join and submit their articles. Lets take a moment and see how you can get involved within the community to help build your blog awareness and blog traffic.

The Blog Engage main social site offers bloggers a unique opportunity to do two things. Firstly we offer you the opportunity to submit every article you write helping your blog build quality back links and traffic form other bloggers, secondly we offer a unique opportunity to target and comment on blogs within your niche. As all bloggers know the best way to increase your blog traffic is by blog commenting.

Blog Engage has thousands of members  submitting their content weekly so you will always have fresh and new articles to choose from. You don’t have to spend hours looking for blogs within your niche anymore. Blog Engage offers a solution to the majority of your marketing and advertising needs. This is for the typical and even advanced bloggers.

As we move on and look towards the Blog Forum we see even more potential and opportunity for marketing and branding. We have so many ways to promote your blog using the Blog forum. Let’s take a moment and see if any of the following topics would be of interest to you.

Active forum topics

1. What is your website worth?

2. Blog Roll link Exchange

3. Comment Exchange Request

4. On Page Optimization

5. Join our Link Love page

6. Blog Comment Discussions

7. What is better for SEO hyphens or underscores

8. Find out who’s not following you on Twitter

9. Google Analytic Discussions

10. What’s your bounce rate like?

The coolest thing about the forums is if you don’t like any of these topics we have tons more to choose from. I’m always adding interesting topics to have intelligent discussions about so make sure you stop by and introduce yourself.

Perhaps you don’t think Blog Engage makes the cut for your high quality style of blogging. Well think again not only do we have beginner and intermediate bloggers we also have a fair sized collection of pro bloggers as well. Take a look at our Top Bloggers list and you might be surprised many of your blogging friends are already members.

Well that’s it for me today. I hope to see my readers starting to visit and interact a bit more at blogengage. Please take the time to vote for other bloggers as you submit as well. I imagine they would appreciate it and perhaps even add you as a friend.

As always don’t forget to vote for me @ blogengage and if interested you can join my social group.

Add me as a friend, bbrian017



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11 CommentsLeave a Comment

  1. ZXT says:


    Lolz…I thought this was Yahoo.

    AnywaysI completely agree with your article…for the past for days I’ve learned building a relationship with fellow bloggers gets you traffic and priceless knowledge about blogging.
    .-= ZXT´s last blog ..Tweeting from Operation Room =-.

    • bbrian017 says:

      Nice I’m glad I’m not the only one that agrees building relationship is the way to build traffic.

      Thanks for stopping by ZXT.

  2. Doug Dillard says:

    Socializing definitely brings more people your website way… and allows you to meet great people, some of whom you might work with down the road on projects.

    I am a big fan of Blogengage as it drive quite a bit of traffic to my site each week, and the owner is pretty cool too… oh yeah, that is your Brian 😉

    I still need to get more active in the forum… and will, as soon as I find a little spare time.
    .-= Doug Dillard´s last blog ..Win an Awesome Custom Banner Package =-.

  3. Asswass says:

    Hey Brian, you know it’s really hard to organize our schedule to visit every blog and forum and social network available. So, how do we do it? You should write a post about that.
    .-= Asswass´s last blog ..Rule #7 of Radical Marketing: Create a Community of Clients =-.

  4. Courtney James says:

    “Nice I’m glad I’m not the only one that agrees building relationship is the way to build traffic.”

    I agree Brian,

    It’s often said that building RELATIONSHIPS is what marketing is all about– especially online.

    But I think most people underestimate the power of simply being friendly and helpful.

    If you would have told me six months ago that I’d have reached all of my two-year goals simply by being a decent human being I’d laugh at you.

    Still, no word of a lie… it happened.

    And so the best advice I have for anyone these days is to go to their local bookstore and pick up the “tacky” classic: “How to Win Friends And Influence People”

    Friends open doors. Yelling and “selling” to random strangers does not.

    Nice to meet a fellow N-Bay traveler.

    All the best,

    .-= Courtney James´s last blog ..Web Copy Made Easy… =-.

    • bbrian017 says:

      Hi Courtney,

      Welcome to my blog. It’s a pleasure having a fellow friend from North Bay join our discussions.

      Building relationships is so important in real life and online. More so like you said online because without the relationship we have nothing else to trust or fall back on. Simply out an online presence without a relationship is a void of emptiness and that’s not pleasurable for anyone.

      It’s really cool finally meeting someone from my neck of the woods.

      Do you know anymore North Bay Bloggers?

      Perhaps we can have coffee sometime? Similar to me you’re probably blogging with a Tim Horton’s in your hand LMAO haha

  5. Will McCulloch says:

    Hi Brian,

    The internet is brilliant at bringing people together – and Blogengage does it in a way that is cool, competitive & clever. I’ve really enjoyed reading a few of the posts there, am sure I’ll find some great blogs for inclusion on my own site – and look forward to returning regularly.

    The voting system you have on Blogengage is fantastic by the way.

    Best wishes from Will in Hamburg – with half an eye on the US Tennis Open ( late night watching here in Germany!)
    .-= Will McCulloch´s last blog =-.

  6. Filmari Botez says:

    Hey Brian,
    The blogs are made basicly for earning some cash on the web, but that is not the only reason. Taking into considertaion that the comments are made from a lots of ppl, some of them can easily become friends. Form here to earn some cash is just a little step, so see what reaons to do something you likewithout haveing a little fun 🙂

  7. Brian, very good post, good things started happening to me once I started talking about blogengage on my blog. Your blog will never make if you don’t start connecting and making friend with others. I amnot sure how you do it all either your all over the place.

    Keep up the good work.
    .-= Jared P Little´s last blog ..What Your Blog Strategy? Part 1 =-.


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