Simple steps to blogging

Discussion in 'Website Promotion' started by gravekeeper, Jul 25, 2008.

  1. gravekeeper

    gravekeeper New Member

    What are some of the best blog sites for older folks.......I am too old for Facebook and sites like that.......I would like to promote my site but on a more even level.


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  2. tidbits

    tidbits New Member

    Try places like Digg and Reddit. There's also Mixx, Kirtsy and a host of other sites.

    I,too, am part of the older generation and don't feel a need for some of the social networking sites, but I think its all about what you make of it. Don't let the age thing deter you.

    You could also promote your site by posting in forums like this one, writing free articles for article directories and adding meaningful comments to blogs.

    Best Wishes!
  3. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    There's always Myspace - while there are a lot of young people there, you can search for older people in specific age ranges, so you can always find someone close to your age! [​IMG]
  4. dmitch31

    dmitch31 New Member

    If you're specifically looking for a "blog site" and want to be able to promote something, then you need to head on over to You can set up your own blog and promote all you want.

    On, however, if you promote a product, they will suspend your blog.
  5. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    It is always better to get a domain name and web hosting, it costs less than $ 20 / year.
  6. dmitch31

    dmitch31 New Member

    It's not always necessarily better to get a domain name and web hosting. I know that with, if you can get by with being subtle about your promotion, you can get quite a bit of traffic from their own users searching their index. Create a blog on and you'll get quite a bit of free traffic from itself.
  7. happywife

    happywife Gold Member

    dmitch31: On, however, if you promote a product, they will suspend your blog.

    Huh! I never knew that. I've never done traditional blogging, but still, that is a handy bit of information for those who are wanting to blog for the sake of affiliate marketing.

    I've thought of starting a blog for some off-shoot things that I like and want to promote (but they don't really fit into my niche sites), but just haven't made the time for it yet. This is something I'll have to keep in mind for when I do eventually get around to it. Thanks.

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