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100 blogs in 100 days

Do you want your blog to be featured on a successful and well ranked blog? Duncan at Blog Herald is starting a 100 blogs in 100 days

project and is inviting invitations. He writes:

‘Email me at [email protected] with subject line of “100 blogs in 100 days” with your blogs details (name, url etc..). You also need to include up to, but no more than 100 words about your blog, what it does, what it’s about, or why the readers of the Blog Herald should visit it that will be published as part of the post. In return though I’ll be inviting Blog Herald readers to provide some feedback in the comments here on what they think about your blog.’

The Blog Herald gets a lot of traffic and could be that break you’ve been looking for! So get submitting your URLs.

About Darren Rowse

Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.

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Comments

  1. Andy Merrett says:

    Tis true. Heh, I saw my traffic rise just by getting a comment on the blog herald (and it was a genuine one!)

    Now, do any of my blogs ‘qualify’…

    Which ones have the least dust :)

    Good incentive to keep them up-to-date, at least.

  2. Miha says:

    Looks like n00 lists are very popular this days.

  3. Oh, I hope I made the deadline!

    Had to keep jiggering with my description to get it under 100 words – LOL!

    Thank you for this opportunity!

  4. Thom Singer says:

    They are going to get swamped with submissions. Hopefully they can read them all.

  5. Thanks for this pointer. It will be interesting if they pick up my business storytelling blog. Fingers crossed.