- Monitor your blog traffic. Its basic free package allows you to find out who visits your site, what pages they viewed, and where they end up going. If you are running advertisements in your website, this is one way of monitoring clicks!
- Find out who visits your website and vice versa. By clicking on their faces or names, you'll get to know them better such as their blog, friends, and community membership.
- Let your readers know what are the top links in your website. However, this is not working as often as it should.
- Create a community for every blog. Once you reach 10 members, your stats report will also indicate what sites have your members been clicking.
- It has a hot topic list that gives you a preview on what people have been interested in.
- You can also leave a message greeting a fellow member either in public or private. Although I have seen some who abusively left messages in all my blog community group trying to promote a blog. Good thing I can delete them. This is where I wish that the report spam feature will be enhanced.
- Shows the latest blog posts per blog. It is a good way to check your RSS if it is working.
- You can now also add tags in your home profile and at the blog level. This will allow you to see other blogs having the same tags too.
- Add co-authors to help you manage your community and keeping in touch with them.
- You can also add Twitter alerts and keep your readers posted on what you are reading.
Friday, May 25, 2007
Ten ways I use MyBlogLog
I've been using MyBlogLog for quite sometime now and there are so many reasons why I like it. For those who would like to find out how MyBlogLog can be of use to your website or blog, read on!