You Blog Me, I Blog You, We Create Buzzzzzz……

by Donald on August 17, 2007

What I do these days is to go online everyday and spent many hours checking out the Internet to see what is new and interesting. Along the process, I chanced upon many interesting web sites that may be of interest to bloggers and Internet marketers. I took a closer took at some of them and thought they are really interesting to generate free traffic and make some cash for yourself online.

However, I have a dilemma because sometimes I wonder if I should spend my time on all these and then share all my hard work with everyone else without getting paid for it. Anyway, I am compiling all these information and packaging them up into an ebook or mini report and hopefully earn some cash for myself by selling them away. If you like what I am doing, do support me!

Nevertheless, today I will share something with you. That night when I could not sleep, I thought about getting my friends and associates to give me a blog review and in return, I will do the same for them so as to generate more traffic and backlinks to each other.

However, before I could start to contact them about it, something happened! (Well, as some of you already know that I am a firm believer of the Law Of Attraction because I know that it really works!)

And so the Law Of Attraction sprung into action again the very next day! While I was researching the Internet for new things, I chanced upon this web site reviewback.com. This site basically was started on the basis of what I had thought of the night before, that is to have blog owners create reviews for each other’s blogs to generate more traffic and backlinks to one another’s blogs!

ReviewBack is basically a free blog review and exchange service!

Reviewback - How It Works

The easiest and most effective way of promoting your content and website in the blogosphere today is to have fellow bloggers write about and link to your site. Reviewback takes all of the work out of tracking down and negotiating with fellow bloggers. Instead, ReviewBack provides a marketplace and trading ground where bloggers can get in touch with one another and help each other increase their exposure. All you need to do is sign up with ReviewBack and add your site into their ReviewBack directory, and begin swapping reviews with networked bloggers via ReviewBack.

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