We Interrupt This Blog . . .

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to post the Technorati Claim Token so their spider bots can crawl my site and verify I’m the owner.

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4 comments ↓

#1 Tina Dee on 11.25.09 at 7:56 am

Okay, I’ll bite the bot…what does that mean and how do we get it to do that to our blogs?

Also, what does all the Digg, Google Book Marks, Ning, Posterous, Ping on Ping.fm, Stumble Upon, del.icio.us stuff do/mean and how do we do it to our blogs? Do we have to do it to every post or just one time somewhere on the sidebar or page element/gadget/widget?

#2 Linda Fulkerson on 11.25.09 at 8:01 am

Okay, Tina, I guess it’s time to write a post about pinging, LOL! Since this is really a promotion question, how about we discuss this on the next Marketing Monday (Nov. 30)?

(And I still haven’t made you a how-to video on the other question you asked, but I haven’t forgotten — kids are home for holiday & life is crazy-hectic at the moment!)

#3 Rafael on 11.25.09 at 6:49 pm

I’ve never gotten any traffic from Technorati, stumbleupon, digg, reddit, delicious all send me lots of traffic, but nothing from Technorati. Let me know if you get any visitors from them.

#4 Linda Fulkerson on 11.25.09 at 9:36 pm

@Rafael — we’ll see how it goes with them. I’ve gotten a bit from Digg and StumbleUpon, of course my blog is still new so I haven’t been dugg & stumbled much yet.

Some of this SEO stuff & promotion stuff is starting to take effect, though. I had a guest blogger today who has two blogs, and I posted the story at 5 a.m. this morning. By this afternoon I was on page one of Google for her name (not in quotes) and a few hours later ranked above BOTH of her blogs for her name, coming in right after her Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn profiles.

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