How To Contact Bloggers

So you stumbled across an interesting page on Blogger, Tumblr or WordPress. Their words captivated you- you really liked what they had to say: maybe they were funny and entertaining, or it seems that you have something in common. But now, you’d like to get in touch, but aren’t sure how. Look no further. This article will tell you how to contact a blogger of your choice.

1. Leave a comment.

Leaving a comment, It’s a pretty simple thing to do, given that you don’t even need any kind of account to do so. You have the option of appearing as anonymous, or using a variety of different accounts that you may already have. It takes all of two seconds to do, it’s convenient and a great starting point.

2. Look at the page.

Most blogs will display a series of pages at the top of the home page. Often you can find one which will say “Contact Me” or something similar, or perhaps even an “About” page.

3. Open the contact page and look through it.

Most bloggers have an account on Twitter which is a good way to get in contact, especially to start with.Some can put their email or phone numbers for easy contact

4. If there’s not an obvious contact page, things are a bit trickier.

You can try entering their blog’s title into Twitter if they don’t link to it; or if you have their name, you could also try searching it on Twitter or Facebook. Be warned, however, that this won’t necessarily work.

5. Find a profile page on the site

You could try going onto their profile and checking for an email address, or an account on another site. You can easily find it on their home page, typically in a sidebar, and any information they’ve made available to the general public is easy to find.

6. Visit regularly and give feedbacks.

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