Is Your Blog Indexed by the Blog Search Engines?

I should have done this a while ago, but I just did some research on 6
of the top blog search engines. They are listed below and sorted by
Alexa Ranking:

Search Engine Alexa Ranking Search Results on query: San Francisco 1906 My blog indexed
Technorati 1209 1,834 no
Bloglines 1529 32 no
Feedster 4738 1,922 no
Ice Rocket 4761 1,400 no
Blogpulse 11668 1,058 yes
Daypop 21331 75 no

In August my web site got 32,000 unique visitors, mostly to my blog at

But because my blog posts don\’t show up on 5 of the top 6 blog search engines, I\’m missing out on huge amounts of traffic.

So now I have to figure out how to get indexed by all these engines.
It\’s probably very simple. Then, I\’ll report back on how much
additional traffic I receive when my posts can be found on the other

My advice to other bloggers (including my BusM 457 students!) is to do the same thing–make sure your posts are being indexed.

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