If you haven’t already heard of it, Blog Engage is a social bookmarking community for bloggers that gives hard working writers or bloggers the chance to submit their latest posts in order to get…
More Traffic and
New Readers !
Even though Blog Engage is a great service, and a free one at that, the problem with social bookmarking sites like this is that submitted every new post can become a chore, especially when you’re trying to submit to…
Dozens of Sites !
To fix this, and make the Blog Engage community even more powerful, they’ve announced an awesome RSS syndication service, which automatically posts your brand new articles to the Blog Engage service, as well as its…
Sister Sites !
Better yet, you also get a share of the AdSense revenue generated as a result of your content, as well as a set of premium benefits given to subscribers of the service.
My Experience Using Blog Engage
Few years back I began using the free Blog Engage service, manually submitting my new posts one by one. Initially, I saw only small gains in traffic, but then something happened… my traffic was growing exponentially, simply because I was submitting…
More and More Content
to the Community !
Eventually it got to the point where I was busy managing new traffic and fail to submit new posts as often as I like. As you might guess, this caused my traffic to drop, and I was frantically looking for a way to fix it. The answer was obvious, but I was completely unaware that the Blog Engage RSS syndication service existed until another blogger mentioned that they’d been using it with great results. At that point, I logged in, joined the service, and gave it a go.
Has Never Been the Same !
Because I’m a regular in the Blog Engage community, my articles get posted to the top faster, and more often. The multiple account feature allows me to cross promote my content without spamming, and the featured spots on Blog Engage give me an even…
Greater Push than
I Had Before !
My AdSense revenue isn’t quite enough to pay for the service on its own, but it’s growing by the month, and I predict that very soon Blog Engage will be paying for itself. As any blogger will know, trying to fight for guest posts can be a bear, but backlinks are essential for…
Good SEO !
By using the Blog Engage RSS syndication service, I’m able to get backlinks from high PR domains without having to beg and plead for an opportunity. This way, I can spend less time worrying, and more time writing great content. It’s a no-brainer for me. What about you? Have you used the Blog Engage RSS syndication service? Tell me what you like or don’t like about it in the comments below.
The Bad Blogger
Also Known As “The Syndication Blogger”