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Walks of Life and Beyond

Walks of Life advocates freedom of the press and freedom of self-expression, promotes the art of sharing of thoughts and highlights the significance and the power of the use of words and languages presented with a tagline that is... "The way to a free cognition is thru BLOGGING that speaks for the mind."--Azeweht

Monday, June 13, 2011

Overwhelming Response to BlogCritics

Posted by Ma. Theresa Macabuag On 1:25 PM 2 comments


I started to gain enthusiasm to blog again during the first time I spent my vacation leave here in Saudi Arabia, last February, 2011. I had nothing to do with my spare time even after having my part time job in the hospital clinic; still I had so much to kill time so I had to do something. I could not think of any but to blog. I may be a nurse by profession but I will always be an artist by heart. I strongly advocate freedom of the press and freedom of expression, and for me, one way to a free cognition is through blogging that speaks for the mind.

My wordpress.com blog didn’t work out so well that I had to migrate in blogger.com.  Though in terms of layout, themes, templates and even widget applications seemed to be much more manageable unlike in wordpress.com, the way to increase traffic and search engine optimization is still quite more like a challenge in order to gain more visitors here so to speak.

From here I came across Technorati, a blog search engine that is very significant to gain visitors by registering blog from its directory. I am newbie still, in terms of the different blogging tips and how to improve the sites so I had to explore and learn more.

From Technorati, only then I came across with Blogcritics, which from my research, is an online magazine which offers writing reviews on all aspects covering all the contemporary culture and society with more than 3600 registered writers.

I attempted to register my blog and was glad that they accepted my post and be a part of this online magazine. I knew there is something quite unique from this BlogCritics site and I am so happy that they did not turn down my writing post.

The response is quite personal and the approach to a human level is very touching and truly awesome. The treatment, the way they welcome and reach for writers are so much overwhelming. And more than any of the exposure that a blogger can get to increase traffic and to get on top of the page ranking in online marketing from Blogcritics is the learning experience and the relationship that any writer can gain from them and that aspect is priceless and irreplaceable.

I could feel some excitement starting from the very first time I have received an email offer for blog reviews from this site because I knew that this community will offer more than anything else that I will not find from any other sites.

Though the instructions are quite complicated just to make a new entry or make a new post, but still, I knew that I would learn more from this site and that is actually my main goal that’s why I am blogging. It is quite a challenge to submit the first article for any writers but I knew that this is one way or another to show that Blogcritics is hands on with their members and to show how they care. The way they moderate all the entries shows how persistent they are to help their clients or writers to improve more of their skills.

I do hope for the best for BlogCritics. I do look forward working with the team.

Written By|Azeweht


Good Luck in your new endeavor, I'm sure you'll be an expert in just a few months.

aww!!.. thanks so much sir Rob, am still on the learning process, really.. might as well that you register too!! BlogCritics is an amazing site! =)

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