Okay, I have one on my site but to be honest I have no clue what to do with it. I'm afraid it's going to consume me. I have downloaded the document that they have to help you get started but, quite frankly, it is not that easy to follow.
Can someone give me a brief description of Entrecard and how to use it best? I don't understand the advertising and how it works - GAK!!! I feel like such a ding dong!
Thank you anyone for your kind and helpful insight :).
EntreCard's basic purpose is to increase blog traffic. You visit other EC blogs, click the "drop" button and earn a credit for yourself. The blogger whose blog you clicked also gets a credit. The more blogs you click, the more credits you earn. The more bloggers who click your "drop" button, the more credits you earn. You use your credits to advertise on other EC blogs. Folks see your ads, click on them and go to your blog. That's pretty much it in a nutshell.
EntreCard does have some features to make it all easier, like the toolbar you can install if you use FireFox browser. How many cards you "drop" per day is entirely up to you, but the limit is 300.
Please don't hesitate to let me know if you have any other questions or need help.
We also have an EC Moms group here at MomBloggersClub that you can join. I believe there are 80+ members in there who are also available to help.
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