Now there are in some cases where you have a blog but are not getting enough traffic or not enough readers. You get the feeling that you’re blog site is nowhere near perfect from the rest but you’re blogging topics are good and well-typed. These are the hardships to having a blog and working your butt off just so it sits there in the Internet not being read. As if it is like lost treasure, deep underground, where readers would have to do some ground searching and digging in order to find your blog.
That’s why there is a place where all bloggers meet and talk about their problems with their blog site. There are probably hundreds, if not thousands, where people of all ages, kinds, types, social status, etc, meet and talk about their work on blogging. Wanna know if your blog has good content? Ask in the forums. Wanna know if your blog is getting good readership? Have another blogger or writer to proofread your blogs. Wanna know how to make money through blogging? It’s all in the blogging network.
Blogging networks are specifically designed to newbie bloggers to professional bloggers or “probloggers” for short. In these networks, you can seek all kinds of help. Blogging network is a friendly community. They share ideas of their success in blogging, comment on each other blog sites, and even try helping each other as guest bloggers to fill in some blogs for the owner and author of their own blog site. There is a whole range of blogging network sites.
The Blogosphere, as defined by Wikipedia, “The Blogosphere is made up of all blogs and their interconnections. The term defines that blogs exist together as a connected community or as a social network in which everyday authors or common people can publish their opinions.” That is what a blogging network means. That is what it means to be a part of the social community. So aside from other social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace, Friendster, etc, a Blogosphere is where bloggers coexist and make the community a lot friendlie