I’ve been monitoring my blog traffic for the past one month as I was pretty free everyday at home, so I surfed alot and also monitored alot. And during this process, I’ve came to learn quite a lot of things in the world of blogging.

Before this one month, I thought I have been quite up to date with the blogging scene and know alot of these kind of things. But than now I realised I’ve been a turtle in the shell for so so long! Well, but its never too late to play catch-up right?

Since I joined ping.sg my site traffic increased, not alot, but still more people come and now I do not only have silent readers, occassionally I’ll have a few passer by who left their mark on my blog. *so happy!* Now I do not have to just “talk” to myself in my blog, I have interaction happening! (This I’ve always wanted ever since I started blogging!)

And now that ping.sg and its creator, Mr Uzyn is featured in today’s Digital Times, you can read it here and the full page article here and sure more will be posting about it later. I’m sure the traffic to ping.sg is going to soar! Good news to the followers and bloggers at ping.sg. More things to read and more traffic to your blog!

But I also realised not all the blogs get pong at ping.sg. It really depends on the type of things you blog and yes, your title is very important. Last time, I used to use just one or two words in my title, but now I just use a long phrase of words that will help attract people’s attention. (Just like reading newspaper, not as if I read it, but than when I do read newspaper, usually I’ll scan through it and will only read when a title or photo catches my attention.) So this apply to blogs too. There are soooo many blogs out there, readers will choose and select topics that interest them before they’ll click on your link.

So if you’re still wondering if you should join ping.sg, don’t think anymore! Just join! Have fun in the community! Take part in their discussions and shoutbox. All very friendly (but shy) people. And boy! Now that I know how old Uzyn is, I’m starting to wonder… how old is the crowd at ping.sg? Hmm…