Most of you must be familiar with news and links aggregator sites like Digg, Mixx, Reddit, StummbleUpon etc. Another peer web service called Blogsvine has been launched and which can be used by Bloggers to increase traffic to their sites.
With the old hands like Digg, which have been around for some time now, it is quite difficult to land up on their first page. Even though you shouldn’t stop submitting to Digg and the rest, because of their broader appeal and larger audience, but at the same time add focus to sites like Blogsvine etc. The odds of making it big on these up and coming websites are better.
What is Blogvines
Blogsvine likes to call itself a user generated, revenue sharing, blog bookmarking and rating website. The good thing about Blogsvine is that it is solely meant for blogs. Besides diverting traffic, the site also back links to your blog. This can be particularly useful if you are looking to improve your website’s Pagerank etc.
One thing that will appeal to a lot of users is that almost 65% of the Google Adsense revenue generated from showing ads on the link submitted by you will be shared with you. While signing up for the site, don’t forget to add your Google adsense publisher ID in the profile. However this percentage can be changed at the discretion of the Blogsvine admin.
To sum up, why you should consider signing up for Blogsvine:
1. Increase traffic to your blogs
2. Back-linking to your blogs
3. Revenue generation
4. Blog exposure and publicity
5. Your blogs might get reviewed by others
6. Networking and latest news from other bloggers
7. More feedback/comments from other users
If this has managed to grab your fancy, head over to Blogsvine.