How To Grow Your Online Community

Are you wondering how to engage and grow your blog community?

I think it’s a continual journey for most of us bloggers… so while I was at the Mom 2.0 Summit 2010, I grabbed a few minutes with community expert and founder of The Blog Frog, Rustin Banks.

So tell us, have you ever visited a community on The Blog Frog?

Do you have your own community – either on The Blog Frog, on your own blog or on another site?

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Thanks to Loralee who recorded the interview for me. (Last year at Mom 2.0 we had a fabulous camera guy to help Janice and I with our video interviews, but this year I went solo and we didn’t have a cameraman. LOL.)

Talk soon,
Susan, co-founder of 5 Minutes for Mom.

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Comments

  1. says

    I’m a novice at blogging and just play around with it a bit. I had never heard of blog frog & will be checking it out! Thanks!

  2. says

    When Susan asked, “can we interview you about building community?” I said “you don’t even need to ask”. I love talking about community.

    To me, that’s what it’s all about, connecting and sharing. To the extent that we can build tools that help blogs do that, I’m a happy man.

    It was so great hanging out with Janice and Susan at Blissdom and Mom 2.0. I love their blog and LOVE LOVE the surprises they have in store for everyone (tease tease).

  3. says

    I’m a member of the 5 Minutes for Mom community on The Blog Frog and I also have my own community called Mommy’s Camera and Blogger the frog. I love the communities of The Blog Frog and they have definitely increased my readership!

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