Would you like to have your blog about Linux become a featured blog on the BlogBridge.com Linux Topic Guide? How about a front page link in the “Blogs I Read” column on Yet Another Linux Blog? If this piques your interest, read on.
I’ve been a BlogBridge user for quite some time since discovering it with the version 4 release. It has consistently been the best RSS feed reader I have used since that time. I accept no substitutes. They offer the BlogBridge service for free which allows you to publish feeds on BlogBridge.com publicly and share feeds/tags of posts. You can also download Topic Guides to hit the ground running with pre-populated feeds. I am an author of one of those feeds.
Previously, when I reviewed BlogBridge, I was asked to be the Linux Topic Guide at blogbridge.com. Specifics on how this works: I keep tabs on various Linux centric blogs and publish my feeds to blogbridge.com. Then, when someone installs Blogbridge, they may select the Topic Guide that I publish with pre-populated feeds of interest. If you’re a BlogBridge user, you can also track down the linux feed or visit the Linux Topic Guide page at Blogbridge.com to see what sites are featured there.
In these past few years I’ve been doing this, many Linux sites have come and gone. I’ve changed jobs, states, and distributions. Since all of these changes have taken place, I’ve missed the launch of some great Linux blogs and websites. Therefore, I’m asking you, the reader to help me find new and exciting blogs and sites that I can feature for BlogBridge.com 🙂
Take a minute to compare your feedlist to mine or visit BlogBridge Linux Topic Guide and compare. If you feel your site is worthy or know of a site that should be featured, please leave a comment with information on why you feel it should be featured. Remember, we’re going for Linux feeds here so the content should be Linux based accordingly.
This is a good chance for those Linux websites that may not pull good traffic despite excellent content to get their place on the map (at least the map at BlogBridge). I’ll be reviewing all the submissions and will choose 5-10 new sites to feature based on content I find at the blog of nomination. I will also be adding a direct link to the “Blogs I Read” section on the front page of Yet Another Linux Blog 🙂
Thanks for helping and let me know what you read! Let’s find those hidden gems in the blogging world of Linux! 🙂
5 thoughts on “Become a Featured Blog at BlogBridge.com Linux Topic Guide”
Hi! I run a Linux blog called ProductiveLinux (http://productivelinux.com). Our focus is getting things done by using the Linux desktop as a productivity tool. To that end we highlight other blog posts, create completely original content and tutorials, and generally try to spread the word that Linux is ready for general desktop productivity in virtually every area. We also offer a podcast in mp3 and ogg format approximately twice a month. Check it out!
I have a Linux blog: Salatti.NET (http://www.salatti.net/). I’m a Linux user, and I usually write about my experience with it. I wrote some tutorials, how-to, news…when I find something interesting that is Linux related I use to write about it. Since I don’t write only about Linux (even if 90% of my articles are related to it) I can give you a Linux only feed: http://www.salatti.net/category/linux-hacking/feed/
Hope you’ll like it… 🙂
I don’t have a Linux blog, but one I do read regularly that I didn’t see on the BlogBridge list was New Linux User (http://www.newlinuxuser.com/).
I was wondering if you could take a look at our blog, Linux Brain Dump, and perhaps add it to the BlogBridge Linux roll call? We write about Linux ideas we come across, a Question of the Day and other bits and pieces of Linux information.
just wanted to ask you if you can update the blog link from linux.wordpress.com to the newer domain: blog.linuxoss.com
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