I am still learning the ins and outs of blogging and I am worried about promoting my blog on forums that I belong to. I do not want to get kicked out of any messageboards that I really like for leeching traffic. Has anyone ran into trouble with this?
How do you promote your blog without looking too obvious?
Be sure to read the terms of service and forum rules for those where you are a member. That's the only sure-fire way to find out if promotions are allowed, limited or banned.
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