The fall TV season is now heating up. Most of the new series are already in midstride. Some of the new shows like Homeland, The New Girl and Person of Interest are getting a lot great reviews and have already been renewed or asked for more new episodes. But some shows have stumbled, among them the hotly anticipated but dead on arrival Charlie Angles remake.
A lot of things are happening in TV land and bloggers are taking advantage of it by writing about it in their blogs – either as interesting articles in a general interest blog or a blog that has an altogether different core topic, or as more substantial coverage in TV show-dedicated blogs. It may be possible that your excitement for a new TV show is compelling you to start your own blog because you feel that what you have to share will be found interesting by other TV fans. But if you’re a new blog owner you’ll quickly discover that making a blog get noticed takes a lot of work.
One effective way of making your blog get noticed is entering a blog directory, for example, the newly relaunched blogsearchengine.com. Using a site like blogsearchengine.com will allow your site to be seen by internet users who are searching for sites that cater to a topic or subject they want to read about. It’s like a virtual phone directory for relevant topics for sites.
Using blogsearchengine.com is easy. First you need to sign up for a membership, which costs $14.99. You can then submit your blog. It will be reviewed and then featured in the blogsearchengine site. You can then opt to upgrade to higher (silver, gold, platinum) membership plans that offer different levels of benefits for bloggers like you.
So what are the benefits of signing with blogsearchengine.com? First you get a backlink to your blog, which is very important. You also get to have your link featured on a PR6 site. More perks open up depending on the membership plan you get.