Okay, now that you have your cool aggregator, what are you going to aggregate? Sure you have your favorite blogs and you don’t mind surfing around to find new stuff. Surfing is part of the fun. Yeah.
But rather than spend all day at the RGB altar, wouldn’t you rather be hiking an Arizona canyon or snorkeling in the Dry Tortugas? Or maybe even…napping?
Why search for what has already been discovered?
A lot of interesting people in the BlogBridge community are happy to share their discoveries. Take, for example, Mark Anderson, a well-known cartoonist. Maybe you’ve seen his work in the Wall Street Journal. His passion is political cartoons. A while back he emailed us and offered to put together a concise list of what he thinks are the smartest political cartoon blogs. It’s an awesome list that you can install on BlogBridge for yourself. So now, if you are interested in cartoons, you don’t have to run around searching–you can use Mark’s list and revise, adjust, expand it for yourself.
Mark is one of BlogBridge’s “experts.” There are many more and they’re willing to share their discoveries with you.
No other aggregator comes with “recommended reading” created by experts who are genuinely passionate, enthusiastic and committed to their subjects.
We’re always adding to the BlogBridge universe of guides—suggestions welcome, although we won’t promise you’ll see the guide of your dreams instantly available. It takes time to coax some experts out of hiding. Speaking of which, if you an expert on something—would you like to develop a guide? We share many guides with our readers and if they’re good, they get to be BlogbBidge expert guides. (Read more about why you should write a guide here—you’d be surprised at what’s in it for you.)
The Guides are what give BlogBridge its super-powers. Our Guides are not computer-generated lists. This is real advice. Good stuff by people who know what they’re talking about.