How to claim your blog – Everything you need to know

The CataBlog directory at launch contains over 1,700 blogs – a list which we have curated manually over the last 18 months, in addition to a large number of user submissions from bloggers just like you. So – now we’ve launched – what do you do?

Every blogger needs to register on the site – entering your contact details to create an account. Once created and your email verified, you can login to CataBlog and add your website to our database. If your website already exists you will be prompted to “claim” that website as your own. All claims are processed manually by the CataBlog team.

Once registered, and once you’ve added a blog or several blogs – you can login to CataBlog to check your details and ranking in your category.

Here’s a look at the process:

First on our home page click REGISTER under Bloggers

First on our home page click REGISTER under Bloggers

Enter your details to register an account

Enter your details to register an account

 

Check your email to verify your account

Check your email to verify your account

 

Once confirmed, click "Register a blog"

Once confirmed, click “Register a blog”

 

Enter all the details of your blog - checking carefully the URL (Address) and your social account details

Enter all the details of your blog – checking carefully the URL (Address) and your social account details

 

If the website exists in our database you'll be prompted to CLAIM your blog (Green button)

If the website exists in our database you’ll be prompted to CLAIM your blog (Green button)

 

Once you submit - you will see this page - your claim needs to be processed by our team.

Once you submit – you will see this page – your claim needs to be processed by our team.

 

Happy blogging!

 

 

 

 


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