What is a blogroll?

A blogroll is a listing of other blogs that you either subscribe to or that you recommend. People often post a blogroll on their blog, either on the right- or left-hand side of the page. On the one hand, you may think that you're doing your readers a favor by pointing them in the direction of other resources that they may find useful, as well as creating more online traffic with cross-links, and the blogs that you recommend might end up getting more hits and therefore a higher page rank. On the other hand, if you want your readers to stay on your page, but you give them links to other pages, you may find them hopping off on a journey away from your blog.

At any rate, if you decide to have a blogroll, keep it under 75 links or it will probably be ignored by search engines such as Google. In addition, any sites that you write about inside your blog will be ignored, too.



Frequently Answered Questions

How do I find blogs?
There are a few ways to find blogs. One way is to use a search engine, such as Google, and search for blogs using keywords. Another way is to use social media sites, such as Twitter, and search for blogs using hashtags. Finally, there are blog directories, such as Blogger and WordPress, which list blogs by category.
What is blogroll link?
A blogroll link is a link to another blog or website that is typically found on the sidebar of a blog.