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How To Increase Technorati Rank

Updated on February 23, 2010


It doesn't matter whether you have your personal blog or a commercial website. Technorati is a proven way to increase website traffic. It is the greatest blogosphere which includes almost all recognised pages. It is a great place to start with if you are looking for ways to promote your pages. You have nothing to lose. Working in Technorati is real fun. It's not less than any social networking service. It is an excellent place to filter websites, blogs and webmasters having your topic of interests, Thus you can get a lot of  exposure to the pages. But making use of technorati is all about the technorati rank. If your website has more authority in technorati, then you would get a good rank which is the basis on which a lot of visitors get the first impression. Increasing technorati ranking is pretty simple. Relax and continue reading.


Claiming your Blog

This is the first step that you have to complete after filling out your profile page. In order to ensure the ownership of the blogs or websites you submit in technorati, it has included this step. Claiming of your blog can be done in one or more methods  as mentioned in Technorati. They may provide some code to be pasted on your blog's template source code. Or, you will be instructed to place a technorati widget or badge. You need to keep this until technorati successfully recognise the site. That's all.

Upload Avatar Icon

This is not a serious step actually. But there is a reason for me to explain it here. People often use unrelated or meaningless avatar icons in their profile pics. I mean those icons which don't tell anything about your interest or about your site. Your site  is listed in Technorati, sometimes, only a thumbnail view or avatar icon is visible. At this point of time, your avatar icon may help the visitors reach your blog.

Start Faving Blogs

It is a typical task included in the technorati platform to make people in touch with their favourite blogs or webpages. It is just like bookmarking your favourite pages in the browser. So if you fave a blog, there is a great chance that you will get a visit or comment. If you continue to do this, you can explore the similar blogs in the blogosphere and stay tuned with the updates. Also, you will get visits and bookmarks too. 

Commenting On Do-Follow Pages

This is a great thing if you spend a few minutes to impress some one with your feedback or appreciation. People think exactly the way you think. If you leave a comment on any blogs you find interesting, then you would get a comment in return. So if you do this regularly, you can ensure that you will get the reward for your visit. Also, you would be amazed to notice the number of faves you get in return. It's all that simple.

If you succeed in the above steps, then you would get a good reputation in Technorati. This is one of the best ways to get quick exposure with in a short time. So start using Technorati regularly.


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      Anthony Goodley 

      8 years ago from Sheridan, WY

      Good advice. But I wonder if Technorati could be used directly with HubPages? It doesn't sound like it if you have to place code on your web page.


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