BlogSearchEngine Revamps Offerings, Provides More Ways To Get Listed

Filed as News on November 8, 2011 12:45 pm

Promote Your BlogWhen BlogSearchEngine original launched in June 2003 there was one option, have you’re blog reviewed and listed for $14.99. Over the years the vast number of blogs to be listed on the site and the constant updates to the platform have taken BSE to a PR6 listening while the number of categories available has grown exponentially.

It’s with the sites growth that BlogSearchEngine has decided to expand it’s offerings, now providing four different packages that includes lifetime links via several PR5 and PR6 directories along with feature banners and other “extras” that provide exposure and relevance to the blogging community.

Still offered is the sites original $14.99 blog review and listed service however users can now take advantage of a much larger scope of websites. For example the $24.99 “Silver Package” also provides links to:

For an additional $35 ($59.99 total) BlogSearchEngine provides a Gold Package which includes the two extra links listed above plus a 30 day link on, another PR6 website that can bring in extra exposure and search ranking power.

Finally is offering a $99.99 which includes ALL of the features listed above plus a 15 day “Featured Banner” on BSE which will be created for your site by the team at

Whether you run a “Home & Garden” blog or a site about “Finance,” “Blogging,” “Technology” or anything in between BSE can provide a listing that offers a more robust listen then many other directory websites at just a fraction of the cost.

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