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Do you want to know the biggest reason I think you should have a Gravatar? Once you click on the button, you’ll be taken to a sign up page where you can fill in your information – email address, username and password.It’s because your comment might otherwise look like a spam comment: The Word Press commenting system might mistake your no-Gravatar comment for a Spam comment and place you in the Spam folder. So, it goes to show, not having your headshot along with your comment can hurt your chances at growing your blog and actually getting your comment published! Now that you know how important it is for you to have a Gravatar, here’s a step-by-step tutorial on setting up your Gravatar account. Now, you might be hesitant because Gravatar is branding itself with Word Press. Click on the link in the email and sign in to your Gravatar account.
After signing in you’ll go to For this demonstration I picked upload an image: Once you crop your image, click finish and then rate your image. Now every time you use your email that’s associated with your Gravatar, your headshot will show up!Let me guess: You’re new to blogging and have no clue what the heck a Gravatar is right?(you just liked my blog image of those yummy donuts eh? When I first started blogging almost two years ago, I never heard of a Gravatar.While there are many different ways to get your blog on the map, one easy and quick way is with your Gravatar. But, I know from experience, having a Gravatar is the underrated blogging tool to helping you grow your blog.Here’s how it can help you generate more traffic, followers and engagement: Have you thought much about your visual brand?When you use your name for your brand, it’s imperative to show your face. New people want to know who you are and what you look like.
But, what if you aren’t using your name for your blog? Good blogging practice is to respond to any blog comments on your blog.
By leaving insightful, useful and meaningful comments on other people’s blog, you immediately create trust and a level of curiosity.
People will start to notice you and want to get to know more about who you are, much more with your Gravatar than without.
You can choose from a G rating which means it’s okay to be used on all websites and audience types to X (hardcore sexual imagery! Start making an impact with your blog strategy and get yourself a Grvatar right now – and then test drive it by leaving a comment on this post 🙂 I hope you’re enjoying my Blogging Basics series.
Be on the lookout for more topics to help the newbie blogger navigate this beast we call blogging!
For example, my post, 12 Mama Bosses Tell You How They Monetize Their Blog has Gravatars of other mama bloggers: So, instead of asking for their headshot and having to use an editing tool like Canva or Photoshop to resize it, I can just use their Gravatar.