Link building with blog reviews

Posted on Sunday, April 22nd 2007 2:57 pm by menj in Offbeat

Blog Reviews are undoubtedly a viable way way of getting your message across. With links in blog reviews, search engines like Google will easily pick up those links and you can get listed in these search engines in no time at all. Of course one would need to go to a paid blogging service which offers a way for advertisers to get their links posted on hundreds of blogs. Sponsored Reviews is one such service where you can have links building from various blogs in no time at all to gain traffic and prominence on search engines.

As this blog post describes it, paid blogging is a great way for link building and they have given 101 reasons why this new way of online marketing is good for you and your website in the long run. In addition to the reasons outlined, it should be noted that Google PageRank can be increased with the addition of links on blogs that are relevant to the niche topic. Check out the tips provided for enhancing your link building, you certainly will not regret it.

This post is sponsored by Sponsored Reviews. If you are interested in getting a review for your site, you can visit this page and purchase a review.

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    • baldy eire says:

      July 21st, 2012 at 4:30 am

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      What you need to move to your new profile
      Your 360° information will not be automatically transferred to your new profile on Yahoo!. To move your profile photo, nickname, and any personal status messages, you’ll need to first save or download them before July 13, 2009. Once you’ve saved this information, you can later upload it to your new profile. Be sure to check out your new profile soon so you can make it look just the way you want.

      What to do with your blog
      Be sure to take your blog with you as part of this transition process. To help, we’ve built a blogging tool for you in your new profile on Yahoo!. We’ve made the move easy; it takes just one click to take your posts with you. If you’d prefer to take your blog to a different website instead, you can download an archive of your posts and transfer them to your new blog space. Click here to read more about your blogging options.

      Some content will not be supported in your new profile
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      Your privacy settings are retained
      Your privacy is important to us. Both your new profile and your blog contents will be set to “private.” This means unless you change the setting, you will be the only one able to see your profile.

      To help you through this transition, we’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions and resources here. We’ll be sending another email 14 days before 360° closes to remind you to set up your new profile.

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      sera p
      Is that why my service is running slow lately
      ? ??? ???g???? g???f????? ?
      I don’t plan on learning Vietnamese. I don’t know why that was their.
      Wascally Wabbit
      What’s the mustard/Ketchup thing about. Does it make since or am i just stupid

    • Thomas A says:

      July 28th, 2012 at 8:32 am

      Dear Yahoo! 360° customer,

      To read this in Vietnamese, please use the link at the bottom of the message.

      We will be officially closing Yahoo! 360° on July 13, 2009, to focus our efforts on making your new profile on Yahoo! the place where you connect with the people who matter to you most. As a result, you will need to move your 360° information to your new profile before this date. After July 12, 2009, your content on Yahoo! 360° will no longer be accessible. Here are some details to guide you through this transition.

      What you need to move to your new profile
      Your 360° information will not be automatically transferred to your new profile on Yahoo!. To move your profile photo, nickname, and any personal status messages, you’ll need to first save or download them before July 13, 2009. Once you’ve saved this information, you can later upload it to your new profile. Be sure to head over to your new profile soon so you can make it look just the way you want.

      What to do with your blog
      Be sure to take your blog with you as part of this transition process. To help, we’ve built a blogging tool for you in your new profile on Yahoo!. We’ve made the move easy; it takes just one click to take your posts with you. If you’d prefer to take your blog to a different website instead, you can download an archive of your posts and transfer them to your new blog space. Click here to read more about your blogging options.

      Some content will not be supported in your new profile
      Please note that your new profile will not allow mature content. Also, you will not be able to take the following with you to your new profile: your 360° inbox, testimonials, friend categories, local reviews, RSS feeds, tags, or custom theme. If you want to retain any of this material, we strongly recommend that you return to your pages and download it before July 13, 2009.

      Your privacy settings are retained
      Your privacy is important to us. Both your new profile and your blog contents will be set to “private”. This means unless you change the setting, you will be the only one able to see your profile.

      To help you through this transition, we’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions and resources here.

      Thank you for using Yahoo! 360°. We look forward to seeing you in your new profile on Yahoo!.

      The Yahoo! Profile Team
      Why am I the only one that got this. Maybe it’s not true.

    • mike s says:

      July 28th, 2012 at 9:42 am

      because it will be officially closing on 13 July, 2009

      Dear Yahoo! 360° customer,

      To read this in Vietnamese, please use the link at the bottom of the message.

      We will be officially closing Yahoo! 360° on 13 July, 2009, to focus our efforts on making your new profile on Yahoo! the place where you connect with the people who matter to you most. As a result, you will need to move your 360° information to your new profile before this date. After 12 July, 2009, your content on Yahoo! 360° will no longer be accessible. Here are some details to guide you through this transition.

      What you need to move to your new profile
      Your 360° information will not be automatically transferred to your new profile on Yahoo!. To move your profile photo, nickname, and any personal status messages, you’ll need to first save or download them before 13 July, 2009. Once you’ve saved this information, you can later upload it to your new profile. Be sure to check out your new profile soon so you can make it look just the way you want.

      What to do with your blog
      Be sure to take your blog with you as part of this transition process. To help, we’ve built a blogging tool for you in your new profile on Yahoo!. We’ve made the move easy; it takes just one click to take your posts with you. If you’d prefer to take your blog to a different website instead, you can download an archive of your posts and transfer them to your new blog space. Click here to read more about your blogging options.

      Some content will not be supported in your new profile
      Please note that your new profile will not support mature content. Also, you will not be able to take the following with you to your new profile: your 360° inbox, testimonials, friend categories, local reviews, RSS feeds, tags, or custom theme. If you want to retain any of this material, we strongly recommend that you return to your pages and download it before 13 July, 2009.

      Your privacy settings are retained
      Your privacy is important to us. Both your new profile and your blog contents will be set to “private.” This means unless you change the setting, you will be the only one able to see your profile.

      To help you through this transition, we’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions and resources here.

      We’ll be sending another email 14 days before 360° closes to remind you to set up your new profile.

      Thank you for your support of Yahoo! 360°.

      The Yahoo! Profile team

      Do you care? I don’t, there are far better sites out there!

    • nmlpc says:

      July 29th, 2012 at 5:16 pm

      … and me messeger …andrei1004 will continuu to be. I will past now me mail from you …i dont need yahoo 360… but me id messeger I need
      i hope you can answer me question at andrei1004@yahoo.com. thx

      Dear Yahoo! 360° customer,

      To read this in Vietnamese, please use the link at the bottom of the message.

      We will be officially closing Yahoo! 360° on July 13, 2009, to focus our efforts on making your new profile on Yahoo! the place where you connect with the people who matter to you most. As a result, you will need to move your 360° information to your new profile before this date. After July 12, 2009, your content on Yahoo! 360° will no longer be accessible. Here are some details to guide you through this transition.

      What you need to move to your new profile
      Your 360° information will not be automatically transferred to your new profile on Yahoo!. To move your profile photo, nickname, and any personal status messages, you’ll need to first save or download them before July 13, 2009. Once you’ve saved this information, you can later upload it to your new profile. Be sure to head over to your new profile soon so you can make it look just the way you want.

      What to do with your blog
      Be sure to take your blog with you as part of this transition process. To help, we’ve built a blogging tool for you in your new profile on Yahoo!. We’ve made the move easy; it takes just one click to take your posts with you. If you’d prefer to take your blog to a different website instead, you can download an archive of your posts and transfer them to your new blog space. Click here to read more about your blogging options.

      Some content will not be supported in your new profile
      Please note that your new profile will not allow mature content. Also, you will not be able to take the following with you to your new profile: your 360° inbox, testimonials, friend categories, local reviews, RSS feeds, tags, or custom theme. If you want to retain any of this material, we strongly recommend that you return to your pages and download it before July 13, 2009.

      Your privacy settings are retained
      Your privacy is important to us. Both your new profile and your blog contents will be set to “private”. This means unless you change the setting, you will be the only one able to see your profile.

      To help you through this transition, we’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions and resources here.

      Thank you for using Yahoo! 360°. We look forward to seeing you in your new profile on Yahoo!.

      The Yahoo! Profile Team

      Learn more
      Learn more (Vietnamese)

      Please do not reply to this message. This is a service email related to your use of Yahoo! 360°. To learn more about Yahoo!’s use of personal information, including the use of Web beacons in HTML-based email, please read our Privacy Policy. Yahoo! is located at 701 First Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94089.
      Go to Web beacons
      Go to Privacy Policy

    • Keaton says:

      August 7th, 2012 at 11:42 am

      Did you get this message?

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      Dear AT&T Yahoo! 360° customer,

      To read this in Vietnamese, please use the link at the bottom of the message.

      We will be officially closing Yahoo! 360° on July 13, 2009, to focus our efforts on making your new profile on Yahoo! the place where you connect with the people who matter to you most. As a result, you will need to move your 360° information to your new profile before this date. After July 12, 2009, your content on Yahoo! 360° will no longer be accessible. Here are some details to guide you through this transition.

      What you need to move to your new profile
      Your 360° information will not be automatically transferred to your new profile on Yahoo!. To move your profile photo, nickname, and any personal status messages, you’ll need to first save or download them before July 13, 2009. Once you’ve saved this information, you can later upload it to your new profile. Be sure to check out your new profile soon so you can make it look just the way you want.

      What to do with your blog
      Be sure to take your blog with you as part of this transition process. To help, we’ve built a blogging tool for you in your new profile on Yahoo!. We’ve made the move easy; it takes just one click to take your posts with you. If you’d prefer to take your blog to a different website instead, you can download an archive of your posts and transfer them to your new blog space. Click here to read more about your blogging options.

      Some content will not be supported in your new profile
      Please note that your new profile will not allow mature content. Also, you will not be able to take the following with you to your new profile: your 360° inbox, testimonials, friend categories, local reviews, RSS feeds, tags, or custom theme. If you want to retain any of this material, we strongly recommend that you return to your pages and download it before July 13, 2009.

      Your privacy settings are retained
      Your privacy is important to us. Both your new profile and your blog contents will be set to “private.” This means unless you change the setting, you will be the only one able to see your profile.

      To help you through this transition, we’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions and resources here. We’ll be sending another email 14 days before 360° closes to remind you to set up your new profile.

      Thank you for your support of Yahoo! 360°.

      The Yahoo! Profile team

      Learn more
      Learn more (Vietnamese)
      sera p
      Is that why my service is running slow lately
      ? ??? ???g???? g???f????? ?
      I don’t plan on learning Vietnamese. I don’t know why that was their.
      Wascally Wabbit
      What’s the mustard/Ketchup thing about. Does it make since or am i just stupid

    • white man says:

      August 13th, 2012 at 4:23 pm

      Dear Yahoo! 360° customer,

      To read this in Vietnamese, please use the link at the bottom of the message.

      We will be officially closing Yahoo! 360° on July 13, 2009, to focus our efforts on making your new profile on Yahoo! the place where you connect with the people who matter to you most. As a result, you will need to move your 360° information to your new profile before this date. After July 12, 2009, your content on Yahoo! 360° will no longer be accessible. Here are some details to guide you through this transition.

      What you need to move to your new profile
      Your 360° information will not be automatically transferred to your new profile on Yahoo!. To move your profile photo, nickname, and any personal status messages, you’ll need to first save or download them before July 13, 2009. Once you’ve saved this information, you can later upload it to your new profile. Be sure to head over to your new profile soon so you can make it look just the way you want.

      What to do with your blog
      Be sure to take your blog with you as part of this transition process. To help, we’ve built a blogging tool for you in your new profile on Yahoo!. We’ve made the move easy; it takes just one click to take your posts with you. If you’d prefer to take your blog to a different website instead, you can download an archive of your posts and transfer them to your new blog space. Click here to read more about your blogging options.

      Some content will not be supported in your new profile
      Please note that your new profile will not allow mature content. Also, you will not be able to take the following with you to your new profile: your 360° inbox, testimonials, friend categories, local reviews, RSS feeds, tags, or custom theme. If you want to retain any of this material, we strongly recommend that you return to your pages and download it before July 13, 2009.

      Your privacy settings are retained
      Your privacy is important to us. Both your new profile and your blog contents will be set to “private”. This means unless you change the setting, you will be the only one able to see your profile.

      To help you through this transition, we’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions and resources here.

      Thank you for using Yahoo! 360°. We look forward to seeing you in your new profile on Yahoo!.

      The Yahoo! Profile Team

      Learn more
      Learn more (Vietnamese)

      Please do not reply to this message. This is a service email related to your use of Yahoo! 360°. To learn more about Yahoo!’s use of personal information, including the use of Web beacons in HTML-based email, please read our Privacy Policy. Yahoo! is located at 701 First Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94089.
      Go to Web beacons
      Go to Privacy Policy
      blog i like just to do an all new blog how do i do that

    • louisewoods1984 says:

      August 31st, 2012 at 7:27 am

      Dear Yahoo! 360° customer,

      To read this in Vietnamese, please use the link at the bottom of the message.

      We will be officially closing Yahoo! 360° on July 13, 2009, to focus our efforts on making your new profile on Yahoo! the place where you connect with the people who matter to you most. As a result, you will need to move your 360° information to your new profile before this date. After July 12, 2009, your content on Yahoo! 360° will no longer be accessible. Here are some details to guide you through this transition.

      What you need to move to your new profile
      Your 360° information will not be automatically transferred to your new profile on Yahoo!. To move your profile photo, nickname, and any personal status messages, you’ll need to first save or download them before July 13, 2009. Once you’ve saved this information, you can later upload it to your new profile. Be sure to head over to your new profile soon so you can make it look just the way you want.

      What to do with your blog
      Be sure to take your blog with you as part of this transition process. To help, we’ve built a blogging tool for you in your new profile on Yahoo!. We’ve made the move easy; it takes just one click to take your posts with you. If you’d prefer to take your blog to a different website instead, you can download an archive of your posts and transfer them to your new blog space. Click here to read more about your blogging options.

      Some content will not be supported in your new profile
      Please note that your new profile will not allow mature content. Also, you will not be able to take the following with you to your new profile: your 360° inbox, testimonials, friend categories, local reviews, RSS feeds, tags, or custom theme. If you want to retain any of this material, we strongly recommend that you return to your pages and download it before July 13, 2009.

      Your privacy settings are retained
      Your privacy is important to us. Both your new profile and your blog contents will be set to “private”. This means unless you change the setting, you will be the only one able to see your profile.

      To help you through this transition, we’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions and resources here.

      Thank you for using Yahoo! 360°. We look forward to seeing you in your new profile on Yahoo!.

      The Yahoo! Profile Team
      **************************

      Does this mean I will lose all my contacts on my messenger if I don’t do something?

      I don’t know what they are talking about or how to do what they are asking.

      If anyone knows how to simplify what they are trying to say I would appreciate it.

    • Armas says:

      September 5th, 2012 at 5:02 pm

      because it will be officially closing on 13 July, 2009

      Dear Yahoo! 360° customer,

      To read this in Vietnamese, please use the link at the bottom of the message.

      We will be officially closing Yahoo! 360° on 13 July, 2009, to focus our efforts on making your new profile on Yahoo! the place where you connect with the people who matter to you most. As a result, you will need to move your 360° information to your new profile before this date. After 12 July, 2009, your content on Yahoo! 360° will no longer be accessible. Here are some details to guide you through this transition.

      What you need to move to your new profile
      Your 360° information will not be automatically transferred to your new profile on Yahoo!. To move your profile photo, nickname, and any personal status messages, you’ll need to first save or download them before 13 July, 2009. Once you’ve saved this information, you can later upload it to your new profile. Be sure to check out your new profile soon so you can make it look just the way you want.

      What to do with your blog
      Be sure to take your blog with you as part of this transition process. To help, we’ve built a blogging tool for you in your new profile on Yahoo!. We’ve made the move easy; it takes just one click to take your posts with you. If you’d prefer to take your blog to a different website instead, you can download an archive of your posts and transfer them to your new blog space. Click here to read more about your blogging options.

      Some content will not be supported in your new profile
      Please note that your new profile will not support mature content. Also, you will not be able to take the following with you to your new profile: your 360° inbox, testimonials, friend categories, local reviews, RSS feeds, tags, or custom theme. If you want to retain any of this material, we strongly recommend that you return to your pages and download it before 13 July, 2009.

      Your privacy settings are retained
      Your privacy is important to us. Both your new profile and your blog contents will be set to “private.” This means unless you change the setting, you will be the only one able to see your profile.

      To help you through this transition, we’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions and resources here.

      We’ll be sending another email 14 days before 360° closes to remind you to set up your new profile.

      Thank you for your support of Yahoo! 360°.

      The Yahoo! Profile team

      Do you care? I don’t, there are far better sites out there!

    • Keaton says:

      September 10th, 2012 at 2:51 pm

      Over the summer, Car and Driver released findings from a study the magazine conducted that tested the dangers of texting while driving. The conclusion: texting while driving is more dangerous than being impaired under the influence of alcohol. You can see a video of the test at the following link: http://www.caranddriver.com/re....._it_-video

      Recently, a father asked a Fast Company author about how to best educate and prevent teens from texting while driving. The author responded with the following tips:

      -“Ask her whether she believes that drinking while driving is dangerous. She’ll say yes, of course. (If she says no, swap her car for a bicycle.) Point out to her that research shows that texting and driving is more dangerous than drinking and driving. Maybe that will give her a little shock.”
      -Try appealing to her conscience. Tell her that it’s not just her you’re worried about–ask her how she’d feel if she got distracted by texting just long enough to overlook the little girl who was crossing the street.
      -Get her to see for herself how dangerous it is. The New York Times built a cool “texting & driving” simulator/game and I found it pretty convincing. Maybe if she experiences for herself the huge decreases in reaction time that come with T&D, the truth will sink in. Link to game: http://www.nytimes.com/interac.....-game.html
      The complete Fast Company can be found at the following link: http://www.fastcompany.com/blo.....nd-driving

      If you are parent, what would you do to educate your teen driver? If you are a teenager, what would you tell your friends who practice this bad habit? Do you think this is going to become more a problem?

      What would you like to see State Farm Insurance do to help educate teens and adults about this increasingly dangerous habit?

      Full disclosure: As is mentioned in my Yahoo profile, I am here as a representative of State Farm. Our goal is to help people become better educated about how to evaluate insurance needs.

    • Scott Bull says:

      October 9th, 2012 at 1:44 am

      Hello everyone, I am completely new to building websites. I’m a quick learner on the computer, but I have NEVER built a website before. I was thinking of starting with IWeb, but wasn’t sure if I should start there, or would run out of options to quickly. I get the general idea, that I need a Host (to host my website), and to buy a Domain name, and link the two. Then I need to download a program to help me build me website? (If I’m not using Iweb).

      Is this basically correct? Can anyone give me a more detailed explanation of where to start, or what programs/hosts to use?

      I would really appreciate this help. Basically what I am looking to create is a blog/reviews about certain things/other general information I find interesting. Maybe in the future create a forum.

      Thank you so much!

    • Sophia C says:

      October 21st, 2012 at 5:58 pm

      Dear Yahoo! 360° customer,

      To read this in Vietnamese, please use the link at the bottom of the message.

      We will be officially closing Yahoo! 360° on July 13, 2009, to focus our efforts on making your new profile on Yahoo! the place where you connect with the people who matter to you most. As a result, you will need to move your 360° information to your new profile before this date. After July 12, 2009, your content on Yahoo! 360° will no longer be accessible. Here are some details to guide you through this transition.

      What you need to move to your new profile
      Your 360° information will not be automatically transferred to your new profile on Yahoo!. To move your profile photo, nickname, and any personal status messages, you’ll need to first save or download them before July 13, 2009. Once you’ve saved this information, you can later upload it to your new profile. Be sure to head over to your new profile soon so you can make it look just the way you want.

      What to do with your blog
      Be sure to take your blog with you as part of this transition process. To help, we’ve built a blogging tool for you in your new profile on Yahoo!. We’ve made the move easy; it takes just one click to take your posts with you. If you’d prefer to take your blog to a different website instead, you can download an archive of your posts and transfer them to your new blog space. Click here to read more about your blogging options.

      Some content will not be supported in your new profile
      Please note that your new profile will not allow mature content. Also, you will not be able to take the following with you to your new profile: your 360° inbox, testimonials, friend categories, local reviews, RSS feeds, tags, or custom theme. If you want to retain any of this material, we strongly recommend that you return to your pages and download it before July 13, 2009.

      Your privacy settings are retained
      Your privacy is important to us. Both your new profile and your blog contents will be set to “private”. This means unless you change the setting, you will be the only one able to see your profile.

      To help you through this transition, we’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions and resources here.

      Thank you for using Yahoo! 360°. We look forward to seeing you in your new profile on Yahoo!.

      The Yahoo! Profile Team
      Why am I the only one that got this. Maybe it’s not true.

    • Matthew David says:

      November 2nd, 2012 at 7:35 am

      Did you get this message?

      Having trouble viewing the email below? Please click here.

      Dear AT&T Yahoo! 360° customer,

      To read this in Vietnamese, please use the link at the bottom of the message.

      We will be officially closing Yahoo! 360° on July 13, 2009, to focus our efforts on making your new profile on Yahoo! the place where you connect with the people who matter to you most. As a result, you will need to move your 360° information to your new profile before this date. After July 12, 2009, your content on Yahoo! 360° will no longer be accessible. Here are some details to guide you through this transition.

      What you need to move to your new profile
      Your 360° information will not be automatically transferred to your new profile on Yahoo!. To move your profile photo, nickname, and any personal status messages, you’ll need to first save or download them before July 13, 2009. Once you’ve saved this information, you can later upload it to your new profile. Be sure to check out your new profile soon so you can make it look just the way you want.

      What to do with your blog
      Be sure to take your blog with you as part of this transition process. To help, we’ve built a blogging tool for you in your new profile on Yahoo!. We’ve made the move easy; it takes just one click to take your posts with you. If you’d prefer to take your blog to a different website instead, you can download an archive of your posts and transfer them to your new blog space. Click here to read more about your blogging options.

      Some content will not be supported in your new profile
      Please note that your new profile will not allow mature content. Also, you will not be able to take the following with you to your new profile: your 360° inbox, testimonials, friend categories, local reviews, RSS feeds, tags, or custom theme. If you want to retain any of this material, we strongly recommend that you return to your pages and download it before July 13, 2009.

      Your privacy settings are retained
      Your privacy is important to us. Both your new profile and your blog contents will be set to “private.” This means unless you change the setting, you will be the only one able to see your profile.

      To help you through this transition, we’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions and resources here. We’ll be sending another email 14 days before 360° closes to remind you to set up your new profile.

      Thank you for your support of Yahoo! 360°.

      The Yahoo! Profile team

      Learn more
      Learn more (Vietnamese)
      sera p
      Is that why my service is running slow lately
      ? ??? ???g???? g???f????? ?
      I don’t plan on learning Vietnamese. I don’t know why that was their.
      Wascally Wabbit
      What’s the mustard/Ketchup thing about. Does it make since or am i just stupid

    • Jose B says:

      November 8th, 2012 at 9:04 pm

      … and me messeger …andrei1004 will continuu to be. I will past now me mail from you …i dont need yahoo 360… but me id messeger I need
      i hope you can answer me question at andrei1004@yahoo.com. thx

      Dear Yahoo! 360° customer,

      To read this in Vietnamese, please use the link at the bottom of the message.

      We will be officially closing Yahoo! 360° on July 13, 2009, to focus our efforts on making your new profile on Yahoo! the place where you connect with the people who matter to you most. As a result, you will need to move your 360° information to your new profile before this date. After July 12, 2009, your content on Yahoo! 360° will no longer be accessible. Here are some details to guide you through this transition.

      What you need to move to your new profile
      Your 360° information will not be automatically transferred to your new profile on Yahoo!. To move your profile photo, nickname, and any personal status messages, you’ll need to first save or download them before July 13, 2009. Once you’ve saved this information, you can later upload it to your new profile. Be sure to head over to your new profile soon so you can make it look just the way you want.

      What to do with your blog
      Be sure to take your blog with you as part of this transition process. To help, we’ve built a blogging tool for you in your new profile on Yahoo!. We’ve made the move easy; it takes just one click to take your posts with you. If you’d prefer to take your blog to a different website instead, you can download an archive of your posts and transfer them to your new blog space. Click here to read more about your blogging options.

      Some content will not be supported in your new profile
      Please note that your new profile will not allow mature content. Also, you will not be able to take the following with you to your new profile: your 360° inbox, testimonials, friend categories, local reviews, RSS feeds, tags, or custom theme. If you want to retain any of this material, we strongly recommend that you return to your pages and download it before July 13, 2009.

      Your privacy settings are retained
      Your privacy is important to us. Both your new profile and your blog contents will be set to “private”. This means unless you change the setting, you will be the only one able to see your profile.

      To help you through this transition, we’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions and resources here.

      Thank you for using Yahoo! 360°. We look forward to seeing you in your new profile on Yahoo!.

      The Yahoo! Profile Team

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    • shahrukh says:

      November 15th, 2012 at 7:39 am

      There are many blogs out there. Are you a blogger ? Do you have an online personal space ? If so, which blog do you use ? Which one do you like most ?

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      November 26th, 2012 at 5:29 pm

      I want to make an “Open blog” of sorts that anyone can post in. How would I do that?

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      November 26th, 2012 at 7:23 pm

      I’m 13 and getting really bored every other website out there, like myspace. So please give me some other websites that are interesting. Some creative websites would be nice to.

    • Marlon P says:

      November 26th, 2012 at 8:14 pm

      I need an effective or quick way of advertising my online game. Best answer goes to the person with the best idea!

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