I’ve been having a great time exploring the member blogs in my MyBlogLog Community. Currently, the community has 581 members and counting. I encourage all readers to check out the blogs of our community members. I discovered many great blogs this way.
To further reward members for joining my little community, I’ve decided to spread some link love around. I’m going to feature some great blog posts made by community members for you to check out. I enjoyed them and I think you will too.
- Dating Your Boss – Careerramblings.com
- How To Fight Back Against Collection Agencies – Broke-Ass Student
- How to make a successful blog – 3 Golden Rules – Thomas Walker
- Instant Messaging through Google AdSense Ads – JohnTP.com
- Top 10 Worst Internet Marketing Videos Ever – Net Business Blog
- The 10 Commandments of Modern Web Development – Douglas A Karr
- Tips To Establish Financial Security – My New Choice
- Blogging Strategy: SWOT Analysis – Daily Blog Tips
- School: Will I Graduate? – Shawn Knight
- The Best Steak Sandwiches Ever – Ed Lau
- A walk through Mong Kok – Carl Nelson
- Understanding The Power Of A Link – Last Blogger
- Web 2.0 sites that I use Daily – Part 1 – Shiny Living
- Another successful example of my SEO – Jeff Kee
- 2007 Web 2.0 Idols revealed – Tech Zoogle
- John Chow’s Top 10 Blogging Mistakes – A Closer Look – Mr. Gary Lee
- $10,000 MySpace Contest – Grega
- Why I Love Having An Online Business – Hannes Johnson
- Why Are YOU Blogging? – Nate Whitehill
- Ace Your Next Interview – Imagine This
- Waterproof 2G iPod Shuffle! – Techzi
- Why do I use Blogger? – Paul Knows
- Few Established or Many Small Earners? – AlleNation
To increase your chances of being featured in a future community love post, I recommend doing the following steps:
- Make great blog posts. If the post sucks, I’m not going to link to it.
- Be active in the community. You may notice that most of the posts highlighted are from community members who are active on this blog. When I’m looking for posts to highlight, my first choice will always be commentators who are also community members.
- Visit this blog often. If I see you in the “Recent Readers” a lot, chances are good I’ll come visit your blog and check out your posts.
- Write about me. I’m like Digg. If you write a great post about John Chow, chances are, it’ll hit front page. 😀
You can chalk this up to another evil John Chow plan to dominate the blogsphere!