BlogFrog Launches Premium Membership

As a BlogFrog Community Leader I’ve been in on a secret, but today I get to share it with you.  I’m sure that you’ve noticed BlogFrog widgets around the internet.  Some, like mine, contain a link to a discussion forum where you can ask questions and talk with other blog readers, others show you recent visitors or the latest blog posts from community members.  It’s a great way to interconnect blogs that helps bloggers get more exposure.  If you have a blog and don’t have a BlogFrog widget it’s time to look into it as a fun, easy way to connect with other bloggers.

Now on to my secret.  Today the BlogFrog is launching a brand new feature, Premium Memberships.  A Premium BlogFrog member gets a number of extra features, features like having your blog advertised to 20,000 internet users each month, advanced statistics (who is visiting your site most often, what are their other favorite sites, etc.), a newsletter with blogging helps and hints and your blog will also be featured on the BlogFrog homepage and in other BlogFrog communities, all for just $4.95/month.

So whether your a new blogger who is looking to grow your blog or an established blogger who would like to expand into new spheres, check out the new BlogFrog features.

But wait there’s more! :) For a limited time only you can try the BlogFrog Premium Features FREE for 14 days AND everyone who signs up now will get double the amount of blog exposure for the life of your membership!!!  So what are you waiting for?  Hop over to the BlogFrog and try it out.

Of course if you don’t already have a BlogFrog widget on your blog, get hopping, they’re free!!

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7 Responses to BlogFrog Launches Premium Membership
  1. Holly Hamann
    October 1, 2009 | 7:54 pm

    Hi Kimberly – thanks for helping us share the news. If any of your readers have questions about how BlogFrog works, we’re happy to help!

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    Maureen Reply:

    Does BlogFrog have an auto feature where it automatically shows visitors even if they haven’t actually visited? I have a couple visitors that seem to “stop by” about every couple hours. I can’t imagine that they are THAT interested in what I have to say :) Could it be that they have an auto feature that makes it “seem” as if they have visited my page as a way to get them exposure?

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    Raising Olives Reply:

    The way that I understand it this. Say I linked to your blog, every time that one of my readers clicked through that link to visit your blog it would show up as Raising Olives visiting. It is not necessarily me, the blog author, but it is someone who came to your blog from mine. Does that make sense? So if Raising Olives drove a good amount of traffic to your blog it could very possibly look as if “I” was visiting every few hours.

    I will double check with Holly or Rustin to make sure that I explained that correctly and I’ll let you know if I didn’t. :)

    Thanks.

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  2. Jenny
    October 1, 2009 | 10:57 pm

    Ok- now it’s my turn to write my Blog Frog CL post. Yours is so great- wish I could just copy and paste it!!!

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  3. Heather
    October 3, 2009 | 9:34 am

    Hi:)Just popping in to ask you how the community blog frog works for you. Do I just start up a conversation and let it go over time or do I need to be “live”? I still haven’t figured that sucker out! Thanks Heather

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    Raising Olives Reply:

    Hi Heather – I’m very rarely “live” in my community and I haven’t had any problems. I do try to check once a day M-F to keep up with what is going on, but that seems to be enough. I think that the BlogFrog forum is a great tool for people to connect or ask questions. Any other questions, just let me know or start a discussion in the forum. :)

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    Holly Hamann Reply:

    Hi Heather – saw this comment today and thought I would chime in. We have many BlogFrog communities where the blog owners don’t really have to participate in the community to keep it going. They usually do when they are first getting it going, or are growing it. But the idea is that, by providing your readers with a place to go to discuss anything that is on their minds (not just your posts), they actually “take it over” and it becomes a thriving place of its own – with or without you! How great is that!?

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