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The BlogFrog What can it do for You?



I have had a few people ask me a lot of questions about BlogFrog and what it is and what it does. I would like to just talk about it for a few minutes and maybe some of you will be interested as well.

A few months ago the one of the blogfrog founders (Holly) emailed me and asked if I would be interested in being a blogfrog community leader. I was thrilled! I thought that it would be a great opportunity to learn more about blogging and help me be a better blogger. But these are only a few of the many wonderful things that have happened since we began.

Not only have I learned more about being a better blogger, I have also learned what a HUGE and great community blogging can be. I have met so many great women (who just happen to blog) that I have so much in common with. (Not to discriminate there are some great men bloggers out there too!)

As a perk of being a community leader blogfrog has generously been advertising my blog for others who have blogfrog widgets to see.

Because of these few things and twitter I have more than doubled my traffic. You read correctly my friends. According to my sitemeter I went from 199 visits in May to over 1000 visits this month!!!

If you want to join up with blogfrog just click on one of the widgets on my sidebar and sign up. It is free! All you need is an email and password. Just add a widget to your blog then join some communities and start some discussions. You will be surprised by who drops by and visits!

For more info or if you want to ask more questions click here to go to my forum where we can discuss it further!

Comments

awesome, thank you for all your help with this!I'm hoping it will help me get more hits on my photography blog!
That is awesome! Congrats on your growing traffic, keep up the great work!
Toni
Lynette said…
That is so cool GF. I will have to get on board and try it out. You rock.

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