This is just an informational posting for trying to succeed by registering some of my blogs by Bloglovin‘, a platform that would present several blogs to its readers.
There are a crop of blogging companion tools and lots of bloggers hope to reach some readers.
Bloglovin’ started out as a prettier version of an RSS reader, and it has evolved over time to be a portal for fashion and lifestyle content from the blogs its users follow. The site’s audience of 10 million monthly unique visitors is 93 percent women, with a median age of 20, according to internal stats.
Bloglovin’ promises a rise in readings, building on the introduction of a mobile reader app, widgets that show which readers follow which blogs and a public aggregator for most-loved posts. Google Reader’s shutdown proved fruitful for the company, as Bloglovin’ rallied bloggers to tell their readers to follow them on its site.
“We got thousands of blog posts about it,”
said Bloglovin’ CEO Mattias Swenson in 2013 in an interview.
Basically, the site tries to be the interconnecting tissue between blogs and blog readers, and that is something we can use. When looking at Bloglovin’ it looks like it manages to share many of the social-network-for-blogging tools that are familiar from Tumblr, but it can be used to read any blog site as well as larger news sites, too. The one thing it doesn’t do is host blogs itself.
The Bloglovin’ community tends to like things that are different from more general interest sites. Therefore it could be interesting to be connected to it. With this posting, I am trying to claim this site, because I do not seem to be able to claim my other site “Some view on the world”
With some good luck, I look forward to claim this site.