After just a few months at BlogFrog, I’ve spent like every day connecting with the people there. My friends are mostly with the mommies, and some grandmas and aunties and even all-the-single-ladies. So I’m kinda hooked. Really. I’m spending more time at BlogFrog more than on Twitter and Facebook accounts.
At the “pond” – as I call it, there are real, fun, interesting, zany, cool and intelligent people and more. Everyone wants to be connected in there – and they genuinely want to stay connected. While for some being at BlogFrog is about marketing, promotion and business stuff, I’m like there because I love the peeps there! Next to visiting my favorite blogs, I should say the “pond” is my next best thing to relax.
Well, OK… I’ve tallied just a few benefits about being a BlogFrog member. Nowhere near the a-little-less-than-a-million prior claim. But believe me. When you’re an active member, it would feel like there really is that much benefits! Like Cheryl and Leanne (great mom bloggers!) who wrote something awesome about BlogFrog, I am just so appreciative of the site. But I’ve gotten just halfway to optimizing the good stuff that BlogFrog could offer. Allow me, however, to enumerate the things I like, gained, learned, appreciated and loved about it.
1. It’s FREE! Yes, peeps… no membership fees, service fees, fees, fees, fees. Nobody likes them although I bet, if you’d want to invest on something… Hmm. Another story. But really. BlogFrog is free and yet after a few months, I’ve made solid friendships. That’s a guaranteed 10 plus visitors on my website per day! Yahoo! It’s building a following, generating traffic back to your website and voila! Of course, you could opt for the Platinum or Premium membership fees – very minimal and yet I’m begging my hubby still! Ughs!
2. You can build a community… and they’re instant followers, readers, leads and whathaveyous. For the real savvy ones, you could even customize your community in so many ways. Others have integrated their community to their websites so that their followers can freely get connected with each other. I’ve got to hand it to the girls back there… they’ve come to that. As for me, I’m the stubborn “not-into-techie” gal who’d rather ogle at lovely sites. Alas, am not so gifted and motivationally-challenged when it comes to anything technical. LOL!
3. The mom-potential is so huge at BlogFrog. As we moms know, mom bloggers work double time – think over 50 thousand moms and their power to over 6 million influence over other moms all over the world! Oh, OK. That’s a long-shot. But it’s a shot that moms make because they always go the extra mile, right? I should know. *wink*
4. It’s good for business. Well, maybe not for me but all the rest of the bloggers out there, man! They’re doing so good! Their community and genuine following are just so supportive I could cry. And so a lot of the members at BlogFrog are actually earning from advertising on their community pages.
Hmmm. I counted like 17 benefits that BlogFrog have done for me and others from the “pond.” If you’re a member, do share your experienced benefits with being at BlogFrog. That would be real cool!