Visibility Boom: How to amplify your I-see-you-everywhere factor

Visibility Boom: How to amplify your I-see-you-everywhere factor

Dearest Blog Commenter,

THANK YOU for taking time out of your busy day to validate me and my ideas. Your comment is a gift to me. But I must confess – I want more… just one more thing.

I want to see your lovely face!

I see it all the time – the default avatar image assigned to a blog comment (or worse, a comment without the web URL but I’ll save that convo for another day/post!)

Grava-what?

A gravatar is a Globally Recognized Avatar.

Your Gravatar is an image that follows you from site to site appearing beside your name when you do things like comment or post on a blog. Avatars help identify your posts on blogs and web forums.

Using a gravatar is a simple – and totally free – way to amplify your I-see-you-everywhere factor!

Below is a quick video that explains the whole thing. Watch it and then, go to Gravatar.com and get YOURS ;)

And now that you’re grava-hooked-up – come on back to the blog and say hello so I can see your lovely face. Xo

P.S. share this post with the faceless commenters you know and love too ;)

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7 Comments

  1. I love having a gravatar. it is so fun and the photo is the same accross the web so I am recognizable.

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  2. I’ve already got mine done!!! It’s a couple of years old, though, so — full disclosure — my neck looks a little different. The rest of me is still this cute, though.

    Jen!!!

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  3. Love my gravatar too! Best, cheapest, and easiest way to indeed increase your online visibility no matter what site you visit. Thanks Gina!

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  4. The best part about needing a photo was having a great excuse to get great pictures of me! I love it when people have their picture on their blog and everywhere.

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  5. Hey, let’s see if I have one…

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  6. Hi,

    Thanks Gina for the link. Now I have my picture.

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