Thursday, December 15, 2011

BlogFrog - Helps to get get More Followers

Find Me On BlogFrog!
For the past 3 months, I've become more involved with the BlogFrog. This is a social media site that links bloggers together in a number of ways. First, it provides you with the ability to broadcast your blog posts and Twitter tweets to all other members. Second, it gives you the ability to create your own Community and to join communities of others. These are organized by topic, which means that your discussions are targeted to others with similar interests. Third, it helps to bring you traffic by recommending your site to other members.

To me, however, the most important benefit of the BlogFrog is that it provides a free advertising vehicle by which I've gained more Google Friend Connect Followers. Since January 2011, my followers have increased by over 25%. I started the month with 98 followers, and now have 126.

This increase in followers was easy for me to achieve. I log into the site nearly every day and review all of my followers. When I see someone new, I visit their blog and become a Friend Connect follower. Most of these members reciprocate and follow me back.

To help members attract more BlogFrog internal followers, the site suggests a handful of members. I simply click on the "follow buttons" and that's it. Within days, my newly acquired friends become followers of my blog as well.

The BlogFrog was founded by Rustin Banks and Holly Hamann in 2009. I joined shortly after it was launched and have witnessed its explosive growth. Today, the site has thousands of members from all over the country. It's membership base appears to be predominantly based in the United States, which is also my primary target audience.

Compared to Adgitize or CMFads, the BlogFrog community contains a wide range of "affiliate marketing" members. Many are trying to sell something, so having free access to a geographically diverse audience is an important plus. Because the remainder of the membership is female dominated, the entire network is clean and family orientated.

From a technology aspect, the BlogFrog requires a java plug in. It continually displays an updated feed of the latest member posts which helps to spark internal dialogues. However, this capability consumes a great deal of CPU. Navigation between the various sectors is often frustrating because it is slow and often ignored. Therefore, I would only recommend this site to those who have high speed Internet connections which has a lot of bandwidth.

One of the other benefits that the BlogFrog advertises is that it can help monetize your blog. I have yet to experience this benefit and believe it is only offered to the most select of members. Thus, new members should minimize their expectation of receiving any income from them.

On the whole, however, I believe the BlogFrog is an important social networking site that everyone should join. It provides free access to a huge membership base. And, I truly believe that you can get more followers with the BlogFrog.


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