Tag Archive for 'Australian Blogs'

Australian Blog Of The Month – January 2014 – Floatation Tank Melbourne

Every month, Australian Blogs selects a Blog Of The Month from its registry of more than 5,000 blogs. This month’s featured blog is www.FloatationTankMelbourne.com.au. Click on the image below to check it out. If you would like your blog to be featured, your blog needs to be registered and once that is done, contact us. […]

What do you think of our new banner?

As you can see, we’ve updated the Australian Blogs Banner… We thought it was time we gave it a mini face lift. Let us know what you think by posting a comment to this blog post. If you have ideas and suggestions about other themes and iconic images we should include, we’d love to hear […]

Blog Of The Month

I am going to highlight a blog of the month every month – if you’d like to nominate your blog, post a comment here. I’d love to know why your blog should be singled out above and beyond others – of course ONLY Australian Blogs can be spotlighted here – afterall this is the #1 […]

Get More Traffic To Your Blog

Subscribe to Australian Blogs simple as that. Click the hyperlink to find out how and why this is the least expensive strategy you can deploy to get more traffic to your blog. Nothing more needs to be said – get to it now. Time is money and lost opportunity… Imagine getting 10, 20 or 300 […]

Australian Blogs Wanted!

We have a few initiatives with partners interested in doing Joint Ventures with you… If you have a blog that caters to visitors and/or potential immigrants or visa applicants to Australia. Your blog can be about moving to Australia or anything to do with newcomers or people considering moving to this beautiful land down under! […]

1% Improvement the Key to Blogging Success

If you’re keen to get your blog’s readership up, it’s all about doing the 1% that makes a difference. If you watch this brief video, you’ll understand the concept and then I can explain how you can APPLY that to your blog and blogging. I know how simplistic 1% sounds. But y’now what? That’s the […]