Claim Your Blog on Technorati (CT3MBXFMA7HG)

You may be wondering what that code is in the parentheses of this blog post. It’s the claim code that Technorati gives you to verify that the blog you claim is yours on their site, is, in fact, yours.

The Blogging Success Summit has started, and Richard Jalichandra (CEO, Technorati), gave the keynote address last night. When you claim and have your blog verified by Technorati or Google or other blog verification service, it helps drive traffic to your blog and lends more credibility to you and it. I thought that was an interesting tidbit that I wanted to share with you.

The Capable Manager has a short, well-written blog post on how to list your blog on Technorati, so I’ll send you there for the details, but I encourage you to do so in order to help you build your blogging business.

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One Response to “Claim Your Blog on Technorati (CT3MBXFMA7HG)”

  1. Taylor Vick Says:

    February 4th, 2011 at 12:27 pm

    Definitely key in getting your blog recognized. There are also blog directory submission websites out there that I encourage you to participate in! Here’s a list that gets updated every so-often: http://www.toprankblog.com/rss-blog-directories/. There are also tools with WordPress and other blogging software that include registration with Google, Yahoo and Bing.

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