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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

It's A Tidal Wave – I Mean a BlogTide

How often have you heard the term, back linking? If you write a blog and you want people to read your blog, you know the importance of back linking. And if you don't know it yet, you will eventually learn that you have to have it in order to succeed in the blogging world.

According to wikipedia.org, "Search engines often use the number of back links that a website has as one of the most important factors for determining that website's search engine ranking, popularity and importance. Google's description of their PageRank system, for instance, notes that Google interprets a link from page A to page B as a vote, by page A, for page B."

So how can you improve your back links? By joining BlogTide.

Started only about three weeks ago to give bloggers an opportunity to share blogs via hundreds of social bookmarking services available, BlogTide takes back linking to the next level.

It's really quite simple: Back links help authors, and BlogTide provides back links.

ANYBODY can join. Anybody, that is, except Spammers. Absolutely, unequivocally NO SPAMMING ALLOWED! And NO SCAMMING ALLOWED!  The creator of BlogTide is very protective of BlogTide members.

As a matter of fact, BlogTide's creator cares so much about the privacy of BlogTide members, he recommends setting your privacy at "Friends only viewing."

If you're looking for what BlogTide's creator defines as, "friendly social networking,"  and you want to increase your back links, you'll want to check out BlogTide by clicking any of the links in this blog.

If you would like Your Blog Connection to showcase your blog, please contact me through one of my other blogs, Your Weird Dreams at: weirddreams@mail.com

Happy Blogging! And Happy Back Linking!

1 comment:

  1. Might I add that the backlinks we offer members are from our blogs/groups/discussions, TO other content a contributor/webmaster might like traffic to.

    Thank you Theresa.