A year ago I saw a post on Duncan Riley’s blog about the A-list of Australian bloggers and he talked about the lack of Australians in the top 100. He started to mention bloggers he thought could be on that list. I came across the post and made a comment that there were no women on that list but that I planned to be on it. A couple of other women also posted similar comments.
Well, this morning I see that Des Walsh has a new post referring to a list of the Top 100 Australian bloggers (on Craig Harper’s site, right hand menu half way down) according to the Technorati rankings and I’ve made the list! And there are other women on the list too. I’m glad you can’t see me dancing or hear me right now – my daughter says I’m very loud! But I am excited as it was a goal I set and wanted to achieve.
If you are blogging for business or personal it is important to be posting regularly, to keep to the topic (although there can be several categories within the topic) and make sure you visit other blogs and refer back to them on your own blog. There are a number of blogging communities you can also join to get to know other bloggers and learn more about this medium. I mentioned one of them in a previous post about LinkedIn. KMT