BlogcriticsJust to let everyone know, I have recently become a writer for a blog called Blogcritics. Blogcritics is a huge blog with many, many writers. All these writers contribute articles, to make a big blog where users can fin d lots of information. It is not as targeted as blogs like mine are, as mine focuses totally on technology. This means that it probably is not as detailed, (if you se what I mean) as it tries to give something of everything.
Anyone can sign up to Blogcritics, but they do have fairly strict regulations, so if you have a technology article you want to get posted, my blog is still the best, and probably quickest way - as Blogcritics do take up to a few days to approve articles.
Publishers get paid when people click on their AdSense units, which links directly into their adsense channel. Furthermore the blog links to the writers own personal blog, so you can get more "fine tuned information" if you are interested in something.
Blogcritics insists that you post your articles there before you post them on your own site, so I have posted two articles there that are NOT currently on my technology blog, although they will be here shortly. If you want the latest tech, my blog is still the place to go, as I will not be writing just about technology on Blogcritics. Also any tech related articles will probably be published again here, within a day or two of being published there - possible even minutes after.
Not all of may articles will be published on Blogcritics, most will be exclusive to my blog. At the bottom of some of my articles I will be writing "This article was also posted on Blogcritics" so now you know what that means.
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Posted By: Christopher (Admin)
Date posted: 28th May 2010
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