BlogRush: Generate extra traffic to your blog

Most bloggers have the same goals: We want more and more traffic and are all looking for ways to increase it. To help us with this never ending quest, a guy named John Reese recently launched a new web service named BlogRush.

Blogrush is a “Cooperative Syndication Network” that can generate extra exposure for your site by displaying your newest headlines on a widget on other blogs. Each time your widget displays content from other Blogrush members, you earn credits that are later used to advertise your own content elsewhere. So if you run the widget on your site and get around 10000 page views per day, you get 10000 impressions on the Blogrush network. You also get extra credits for each person you refer to the network. The following video explains how the service works.

You can sign up to BlogRush by clicking here.

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12 Responses to BlogRush: Generate extra traffic to your blog

  1. Oh and.. lots of big bloggers are currently using it: John Chow, ShoeMoney, and the list goes on and on…

    If you are curious about what the widget looks like, just look at the bottom right of the sidebar.

  2. Oh and.. lots of big bloggers are currently using it: John Chow, ShoeMoney, and the list goes on and on…

    If you are curious about what the widget looks like, just look at the bottom right of the sidebar.

  3. It works. actually in ASP.NET Pages, you need to encapsulate the Script under the Tags of the Specific ASP.NET Tag, actually I am using Community Server Blog Engine. so IN their Theme.master page you need to enter the Script at the following Position:

    "

    tag, don't let it go orphan.

    It was not the URL Issue anywayz.

    Take Care,

    Mudassir Azeemi

    San Francisco, CA

  4. It works. actually in ASP.NET Pages, you need to encapsulate the Script under the Tags of the Specific ASP.NET Tag, actually I am using Community Server Blog Engine. so IN their Theme.master page you need to enter the Script at the following Position:

    tag, don’t let it go orphan.

    It was not the URL Issue anywayz.

    Take Care,

    Mudassir Azeemi
    San Francisco, CA

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