2 Tips to Rock Blogging Communities (Plus 14 Extra)

2 Tips to Rock Blogging Communities (plus 14 bonus tips)Blogging communities are often treated as a place to hang your blog link, your blog post and head down in the search of other blogging communities to repeat the same cycle of visiting and leaving links.

As we find out of blogging communities, we save their links on a text file or write them down in our notebooks to save the time in future. Or any other special way you store them. πŸ™‚

Not only this but we always speak of those blogging communities to the people who think we are guru of blogging.

While it was a valid way back in the time (and for many it is the same now, but it shouldn’t be this. Like the same from back in the time.

No matter we meet people virtual world, we have to treat them like meeting with people in the real world.

Why? Because they have heart, mind and emotional taste because they are the real people.
We have to make a relationship with them, meet them here and there virtually, give them our time, our support and do everything legal to get our-self noticed to them.

Okay, but that does not mean we always do this for the people who are successful than us to help us out in the future but to everyone and anyone from the range of getting started to highest place from their industry.

Let’s get started with the core idea of this topic..

Blogging Communities are not for only links.

Actually they are while they are not. It is your mindset how you want to treat such great blogging communities.

How they are?

Because of they are. They are there to help you grow by leaving links to attract readers and fellow bloggers.

Now how they are not?

Because they are not. They are there for you to help you grow. And when it is in focus, you have to give first before asking.

Blogging communities are to help you expand.. your reach.

[Tweet “Give before asking.”]

I suppose you would not want anyone coming over your place just for the sake of leaving links in comment and disappear.

Disappear in the crowd then come back again after a month or two to repeat the same cycle.
While you hate this scenario, why would you do it yourself? Leaving the links on blogging communities and expect the tsunami of traffic will hit your blog and posts.

Yeah, it can happen, I meant you can get traffic up to single or double digits out of those blogging communities but not the tsunami.

To expect and ultimately get the tsunami, you have to work hard and build your place as inspiring and exciting as you can through exceptional content. But that’s not it.

You have to reach, you have to give, you have to invest and you have to support the folks first.

How can blogging communities really help me

Because they are open to actually help you.

Through blogging communities, you find out your niche/industry-related blog posts and of course the folks.

Ways to help through blogging communities:

  1. Contribute to their content with one easy way of commenting. Leave exceptional comments on their updates plus over their blog posts.
  2. Share them.

Ways to help through your own blog:

  1. Write about them.
  2. Feature them.
  3. Interview them.
  4. Link them.
  5. Mention them.
  6. Mention their posts.
  7. Mention how something from them helped you resolving your issues.

Ways to help through social media:

  1. Befriend with them on social media (not instantly but after awhile when you’re comfortable and you sense they are comfortable with you.)
  2. Follow them.
  3. Welcome them.
  4. Don’t push them (asking for this and that. Remember, give before asking.)
  5. Share them.
  6. Keep sharing their updates.
  7. Interact with them as much as possible.

I want to much stress upon one thing which is give before asking. It is literally not giving before asking. It is the idea, a beautiful way to help someone.

Everybody loves loyal readership no matter at what level of success they are with their blogs but everyone loves it.

Being a genuine reader of someone, you owe to help them as well. They are writing for you to help you and in return you have to give them credit how they helped you by going through any and all mentioned ways.

It is called reciprocation. But it is really not meant to give to those who give to you first. And it is not the one-day game.

It is a cycle of repetition.

It is all about reaching to everyone and keep reaching them no matter what you get to be noticed to them instantly or after weeks and months and even years but keep doing it and never push them as well as never fail to not reach them. Sooner or later you will get noticed. I tell you!

Keep doing it! Keep marching with it and you will rock the blogosphere.

Understand the power of blogging communities.


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Renard Moreau - August 30, 2015

[ Smiles ] I love your take on blogging communities!

Steven - August 31, 2015

Great insight. Should be give and take indeed. Thanks for sharing!

Leslie Denning - September 2, 2015

Hi Adeel. You have given many great ways to nurture people in blogging communities. I’d like to add one more: comment.

Many people in blogging communities need comments on their blogs so they will be picked up by the search engines. Also, commenting on soheymeone’s blog helps to give the blog owner social proof. Also, if gives the blog owner confidence that someone is actually reading their content.

For the commenter, there are benefits, too. They become visible to people who read their comments. I’ve made some good connections that way

I try to comment on 3 Triberr posts a day during the work week. I also share the posts to social media using the buttons on their post.

Entrepreneurs are busy people, but taking some time out to comment is another way to forge relationships.

Thanks for sharing your ideas.

All the best,

Ryan Biddulph - September 5, 2015

Hi Adeel,

Hey, look at those Blogging from Paradise eBooks on your sidebar! Way cool dude! Thanks so much πŸ™‚

Your steps are dead on and you walk your talk, big time. Give freely, receive easily. Social, sharing, caring folks go so far in this world because their communities love them and support them.

Thanks for the awesome tips Adeel and have a fun weekend!


Nikhil - September 5, 2015

Hi Adeel,

I truly follow the way you described here for blog communities. Blog comments can get us few visitors but not the Tsunami of visitors. To get one, we have to make relations with the bloggers we are commenting on. I usually get lots of comment which are not related to my niche. These kinds of comments have been done by the spammers. They want to be noticed through their comments, but it does not happen in most of the cases.

I would love to have more such kinds of informative posts.


Siddharth Sharma - September 10, 2015

Hi Adeel,
First of all i want to say you thanks for this awesome blog post because bloggers need to active for help of each other that’s why we should need to join blogging communities to learn more and earn more from passion ( Blogging ).
Blogging is passion now i made it profession i am happy with these all things πŸ™‚
Thanks πŸ™‚

Mike - rug cleaning orlando - September 30, 2015

Thanks for the advice. I blog for work, but constantly consider starting my own blog for fun. This is a great site & that was a wonderful read. Thanks!

Abhishek - October 22, 2015

Nice post buddy,
All newbie bloggers should join blogging communities in order to excel in their field.
Joining these communities provide bloggers confidence to do more. I liked your post very much. Thanks for sharing this valuable information with us.

Jessica Lacy - October 23, 2015

@ Sami

I’m getting jealous on you whenever see your posts. lol..
You are lucky enough to go around the world..
Enjoy your days mate and keep sharing like these posts..
Have a great weekend..


MINHAJ UDDIN - November 22, 2015

As-salamualaikum Adil bro!

Hope you are doing well! Yes, i am also well!

Now for your post! Definitely an useful post you shared with us. Blogging communities can help us in many ways. We can get connected with a lot of like minded bloggers easily. Besides of that we can grow our blog’s online exposure too! Still i am not active on blogging communities. I hope i will be soon.

Anyway, very well written article. Thanks for sharing this useful article with us.

Keep it up bro!

Natasa Suri - November 27, 2015

Hi there, I enjoy reading through your Blog. I like to write a little comment to support you.

Natasa Suri

Christina Lynn - December 12, 2015

Hey Adeel,

All are key points of Blogging Communities, they’re really helpful for us. First of all, we’re engaged with them and getting more beneficial for own websites. To get links and informative information from those Communities. Thanks for shared tips of it and enjoyed to read this post once again!

Priya Singh - December 19, 2015

Blogging communities are very helpful to get extra boost on your blog by permanent readers but we need to be active in communities.
Actually as i read your this post , this is very helpful a newbie can get start joining communities and he will also learn many thing about blogging .
Thanks πŸ™‚

Shilpa Malhotra - April 22, 2016

I like visiting you site since I always come across interesting articles like this one.Great Job, I greatly appreciate that.Do Keep sharing!

Jenifer@ Bharat Travel - June 23, 2016

Blogging communities are very helpful to get extra boost on your blog by permanent readers but we need to be active in communities.

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Priya Soni - September 14, 2016

i want to say you thanks for this awesome blog post because bloggers need to active for help of each other that’s why we should need to join blogging communities to learn more and earn more from passion

Angel Smith - December 26, 2016

Thank Adeel Sami, for this valuable article about Blogging Communities.

IFMC - October 30, 2017

You have done such a great job in this blog. you blogs inspire to so many people who just start their own blog. thank you so much .


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