10 Forums to Make You a Better Blogger
Reading forums and participating in forums is a great way to become a better blogger. Forums focused on blogging are the best means to get questions answered and become known within the blogging community. I don’t suggest that you participate in all of these, but instead pick one or two and become a valuable member. The real power of forums is to become well known within the forums’ community.
You want to establish yourself as a valued member of the community and an authority blogger.
Here are my favorite blogging forums:
The Authority Blogger Forum is a forum created by Chris Garrett, the author of Chrisg.com. This Forum is pretty new, but I am finding it to be a great community of bloggers. It is also great for new bloggers.
The Blog Traffic School Forums are forums provided by Yaro Starak. Yaro is the author of Entrepreneur’s-Journey blog. In addition to this blog, Yaro runs the Blog Mastermind blog mentoring program. If you are interested in being a professional blogger, I highly recommend join the Blog Mastermind program. I have been a participant since Yaro started it.
The Blog Experiment Forums are an extension of The Blog Experiment, but the forums are the focus of the community. This is an excellent community of bloggers. The forums are very active and very helpful.
The Bloggeries Blog Forum is one of my favorite forums for blogging. Bloggeries has an awesome revenue sharing program with its participants. Participants earn 50% of the Adsense revenues generated from their threads. Bloggeries’ revenue sharing program is designed to create a very active community.
The Blogger Forum is one of the most active forums. It is a great forum and I highly recommend participating in this forum. If you are new to blogging the Newbie Section is a great resource.
The Bloggst Forum offers a lot of great forums. One of the coolest things about Bloggst is that you can submit your blog’s feed to this site and they will publish your posts to their forums. This is a great way to generate traffic and exposure.
The Blogging Tips Blogging Discussion Forums are an extension of Kevin Muldoon’s blog, Blogging Tips. The forums are fairly new and at this point not too active. This presents a good opportunity to become a leading member of this community. Sometimes it is better to participate and establish yourself at these newer forums.
The Performancing.com Forums are an extension of Performancing.com Blog. I read the Performancing.com Blog everyday.
The Digital Point Blogging Forum is a section of the famous Digital Point Forums. Digital Point is a hub for people making money (or hoping to make money) on the Internet. I encourage you to check out all of the forums at Digital Point. The amount of information on these forums is absolutely amazing.
The V7 Web Development Community Blogging Forum is part of The V7 Web Development Community. The V7 Web Development Community focuses on Internet Marketing, Web Design and Blogging.