With almost 5,000 political bloggers and 114,000 non-political bloggers already part of the BlogCatalog conversational ecosystem, BlogCatalog is the Internet's leading destination for mainstream political bloggers to have their political voices heard, engage in the political debate, increase their blog's exposure, and participate in lively discussion.
SAN ANTONIO & WASHINGTON (PRWEB) July 21, 2008
"As we approach the Democratic and Republican conventions, BlogCatalog's Political Channel will serve as a benchmark of what is on the minds of mainstream political bloggers across America," stated Tony Berkman, BlogCatalog CEO. "With almost 5,000 political bloggers and 114,000 non-political bloggers already part of the BlogCatalog conversational ecosystem, BlogCatalog is the Internet's leading destination for mainstream political bloggers to have their political voices heard, engage in the political debate, increase their blog's exposure, and participate in lively discussion."
With over 120,000 bloggers - from mom bloggers to corporate bloggers, BlogCatalog provides a window into the minds of mainstream bloggers - ordinary folk across America, who are communicating, sharing and effectively influencing millions of blog readers both on BlogCatalog as well as on their own blogs. All bloggers listed in BlogCatalog are opt-in and must pass a 5-step qualifying process, reviewed by a BlogCatalog Analyst.
More Than Just a Social Network
BlogCatalog's multi-faceted conversation architecture platform was designed to search blogs, connect with bloggers, learn more about blogging, and promote 50 category specific topics in the mainstream blogosphere. And now with the introduction of the Political Channel, BlogCatalog continues to innovate with new features including:
An Exclusive Political Discussion Area Just like the BlogCatalog main discussions, the Political Discussions are designed to be a place where conversations flow freely, and where bloggers are engaging with one another in political discussions at: http://www.blogcatalog.com/politics/discuss.
Political Posts Highlighted The political channel is designed to highlight the members' latest political posts and enabling readers to browse and search all political posts at: http://www.blogcatalog.com/politics/posts.
Political Search What bloggers are talking about? BlogCatalog's Political Social Search results provide an insider's view into what BlogCatalog bloggers are saying, about the election and other hot political topics, across a large number of social networks including on twitter, digg and stumbleupon, their own blogs and the BlogCatalog discussions. Log on to: http://www.blogcatalog.com/politics/search.
Political Groups BlogCatalog has made it even easier than before to join or create a political group. Political groups are highly focused, mini-discussion areas designed for you to connect at a closer level with other politically minded bloggers, or simply read what politically minded bloggers are saying about more specific issues and parties. To join a group or browse the political groups visit http://www.blogcatalog.com/politics/groups.
Political Bloggers If you are a political blogger you may want to login to your BlogCatalog account and review the category in which your blog is placed as we have added a number of new political subcategories to the blog directory.
Political Bloggers Wanted:
Political bloggers not yet members of BlogCatalog may log on to: http://www.blogcatalog.com/blogs/submit_blog.html to join. All BlogCatalog applicants are processed by a Certified Analyst using a 10-step method that qualifies the blogger for membership, ensuring that content on BlogContent remains authentic and of the highest quality.
Founded in 2003, BlogCatalog is the Internet's fastest growing blogger social network. With the most user submitted content and participation, BlogCatalog is the destination of choice for searching blogs, connecting with bloggers, learning more about blogging, and promoting your own blog,. For year-end 2008, BlogCatalog will have attracted more than 50 million unique visitors annually. Learn more at: http://www.blogcatalog.com.
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