Gaining exposure for your blog is critical to building a following and revenue. To get that it’s time to list your blog in one or more directories. So i have decided to give to list of 24 blog directories to submit your blog.
There re many paths of building links but few are as easy to implement and cost effective as submitting to blog directories. And a link juice makes for a growing blog.
is one of the most respected blog directories. The layout is clear and concise, and readers are able to find what they are looking for in a snap.
remains a powerful tool for sharing your blog, especially since this director’s very selective, listing only mature and valuable blogs. A link from here is majestic.
stores plenty of quality blogs, and it sports solid on-site search.
4. Blog Pulse
features a powerful community element, on-site analytics, and a clean design. The “submit” page is a bit tricky to find, so here’s the quick link.
is an interesting mix of a directory and a Google News type site that is fed by the blogs listed with Blogged. And it’s free to list your blog.
6. Blog Catalog
features a vast number of categories, from “academic” to “writing”, while offering the ability to search by country, language or user. It has a no-frills design, but offers convenient access through a simple blog registration.
has too many features to list. Only non-commercial blogs are accepted. The site may be busy, but I like being able to narrow my search by title, author or subject.
8. Blog Hints
features over 100 categories. The site is very picky about which blogs are included, and those that are listed are presented via a visual interface that shows the site’s design and page rank. This makes Blog Hints the perfect site for finding link-swapping partners.
is a powerful list. The fee, currently $34.99, pays for a review of your blog.
10. While the design and infrastructure have changed somewhat over the years, Blog Search Engine
remains one of the most selective blog directories on the web. Membership has its privileges.
11. The blogs at the top of Bloglisting
are fun, colorful and catch the attention of the reader. Bloglisting displays the page-ranking blogs, which is a helpful tool when determining with whom you want to exchange links.
isn’t focused on location, but on the culture. It is asked that bloggers be genuinely “Britished.”
13. Blog Universe
has a layout that’s easy to navigate and, although the content is limited, it’s an all-around good directory worthy of submission.
is a crisp, clean and easily navigated site. It’s low ad-to-content ratio has helped solidify its reputation as a quality directory.
15. Blogging Fusion
boasts over 60 categories, including family-focused blogs. Blogging Fusion has an good number of listings, and it also has visitor stats.
has an interesting and eye-catching homepage. Readers are easily connected to top blogs and new posts. Innovative categories, a colorful design and its blogger tool kit make this directory a hit.
is a well-designed directory with categories such as “health,” “society,” “Internet,” and “personal.”
is a free, manually-edited directory that reads the RSS feed of your blog. You can also use the site’s social features, article directory, and other great tools to build your blog.
is organized and clear with a strong social element.
20. Bigger Blogs
is intertwined with a business directory and an article directory, giving you access to several powerful tools in one location.
is well-respected and spans more than 30 categories.
has a strong base of blogs and a solid text-ad system for its front page.
features a good expose in Indian schools and colleges
24. Blog Digger
is a strong search tool, especially for local blog listings.
This above list is full of juice where you can add your blog url and earn lots of directory entries.
There are countless more directories at your disposal.