In the local scene today there are a number of emerging networks, aggregators, blogs and ever growing number of authors who are aiming to steal the limelight from the more popular. Nowadays if you’d like to have a popular face in the tech section of the newspapers, just start a blog and make sure you spam them to visit your weblog.
Nah, just kidding. You might be able to pull it off but I’m not supporting it. The best method for these authors who want their websites to reach an average of 100,000 views or unique visits per day need to invest their time in alternate methods. Such as submitting and joining to aggregators or networks that constitute to Web 2.0 – supposedly people empowered.
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I was invited to join the Malaysia Blog website and was expecting something different from what’s already existing today. But even on the first visit, I was disappointed with not only the lack of interest in providing it a website design but the goal of its existence too.
It took a scroll down to finally give me the message that this website is one of those blog ranking or website ranking networks. The ranking system is made by averaging the views or visits to your website/blog that is being tracked by Malaysia Blog and also the rating you might get from supporters.
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