Rss Hugger, The Directory That Loves your Blog’s Feeds ;-)

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I recently came across rssHugger. It seems to be an interesting concept. It is a place where blog readers find interesting blogs and bloggers can promote their blogs. rssHugger can display a blog’s rss feeds for 10 years.

The way you can get your own page is either by reviewing the site on your blog by paying a one time fee of $20.

They have a Top 100 section that lists the most popular blogs. There is also a random blog and new rss feeds section too. The search section is a blog search directory. It has blogs organised into different categories.

Using rssHugger bloggers can leverage the potential of online marketing. It is also helps to build back-links. The readers can read various blogs on different topics that interest them.

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  • Nessa
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    This sounds interesting. I like the idea of being able to read several different blogs organized by topic. I enjoy reading blogs so much, a bit too much, lol. Plus, it sounds like a great way to promote your blog, something I am just starting to do more actively.

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  • Seth
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    It sounds cool, and 20 bucks isn’t a very high price to pay for something that will display your information for 10 years. I also like the idea of the top 100 list, which is more defined than a Google page rank or Alexa rank.

  • Lokia Cargo
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    It will be great to add blog to that directory. $20 will mean nothing since blogger can get huge advantage for improve their rank by getting link for PR4 directory and increase the number of subscribers.

    Lokia Cargo’s last blog post..9 Cool Ways to Reduce Bounce Rates from Entrecard Traffic!

  • Mike
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    it looks interesting but ƒ± prefer free ones 🙂

  • {HACKS} Daily
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    I used Rss Hugger for my couple of blogs ..it helps you build backlinks…

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  • Tellie
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    Sounds like a good way to promote a blog. I however agree with what some said earlier; I don’t prefer all things free =P I’m cheap!!

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  • AriananuAf
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    That was nice. Thank you for sharing this one.

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