There are a lot of weekly link compilations powered by a submission program called Mr. Linky. These are sometimes called memes, because many of them began and spread through informal communications on the web before Mr Linky was available. Popular examples among nature bloggers include: My World Tuesday – http://showyourworld.blogspot.com/ Bird Photography Weekly – http://birdfreak.com/category/bird-photography-weekly/ [...]
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Whether you're looking for the best nature blogging on the planet or consider your work among the best, you should be familiar with blog carnivals:
- What is a blog carnival?
- Why should you submit to blog carnivals?
- Which carnivals should you submit to?
- Which link compilations should you submit to?
- How do you host a blog carnival?
Nature bloggers have yet to effectively leverage the power of social promotions networks like Digg, del.icio.us, or StumbleUpon. Yet, as anyone who's been on the receiving end of this level of publicity can attest, social promotion makes a difference. Publicize quality nature blogging by joining one or more social sites (We recommend StumbleUpon) and bookmarking posts you enjoy during your daily browsing.