Over 100 Link Parties to Expand Your Audience in 2019
One of the most important topics faced by new bloggers is learning how to grow your blog and expand your reach. There are tons of ways to go about it. Some Facebook groups are great for sharing content with other bloggers to post to their audience and be seen by more eyes. However, depending on how they are used they can go against the terms of service for those looking for sponsored or paid posts with some networks.
There are tons of great services out there that will get your posts out by sharing through other bloggers as well. However, these services can get expensive quickly and can be a bit much if you are just starting out.
So as a newer blogger just what are you supposed to do? This is where link parties come in to play. They are free to join and most hosts ask for minimal in return. Often they just ask that you follow their blog (so you can know when the party is posted each week!) and to comment or share a few of your fellow party participants. By posting amazing content to link parties you can gain almost instant traffic and get more shares of your stuff by fellow party participants. It can be a great way to hit the ground running as a newer blogger or to expand your reach as an experienced blogger.
One issue that I ran into when trying to be more proactive in adding my content to blog hops and link parties was finding ones that were actually active. It seems as though there are a million lists out there but many are out of date or have dead links.
Below you can find link parties and blog hops that are active as of 2019. If you have a blog hop or link party that you would like to add to the list please use the contact form below and I’ll be happy to put your link in!
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