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How To Add NetworkedBlogs To Your WordPress Blog

If you are taking time to write quality content for your blog, you want to make sure you give your visitors options to connect with your blog and find it easier to come back to your blog as a result. One way to do that is by adding your blog to NetworkedBlogs. NetworkedBlogs, which is a service that runs in conjunction with Facebook, allows you to connect your blog with your Facebook page and build a more solid community around your blog. NetworkedBlogs also allows you to feed your blog’s RSS feed to your Facebook pages automatically, so that’s another plus.

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In order to take advantage of NetworkedBlogs, you need to first register your blog. The process is very easy and doesn’t take too much time. You will need to have a Facebook account to get the job done.

Once you have added your blog to NetworkedBlogs on Facebook, you are ready to grab the widget you will need to add to your WordPress website in order for your visitors to connect with your blog much more easily. You can find the widget link at the following URL:[site-name]

You can grab the code you need to copy and paste into your sidebar from the above page by clicking on the “widget” link.

So how does this work? You grab the code from NetworkedBlogs and paste it into a text widget on your sidebar. That would embed NetworkedBlogs widgets into your website. If you are running your blog on, you can always use NetworkedBlogs’ badge instead. By adding the above widget to your blog, you let your visitors connect and follow your blog much more conveniently.

So why should you use NetworkedBlogs? It’s simple. It can drive additional traffic to your blog. Besides, your content can go viral much more easily if you have a serious following on Facebook. NetworkedBlogs’ widget certainly makes it easier for your visitors to connect with you and share your content with the world. It’s a free service and easy to implement. Well worth a try.

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