20 Top Blog Submission Directories in a WordPress Plugin

A new WordPress plugin has been created that will have direct links to 20 different places to submit your blog.  These twenty blog submission directories are popular places to advertise your new WordPress blog. They appear as links inside the back office of your WordPress blog.

These links are great places to submit your blog to get traffic back to your URL.  Some of the links go to blog tracking web sites like www.technorati.com where you can see tracking statistics and find out the popularity of your blog.

Some of the links, like the blog analyzer go to places that analyze your blog posts so you can see which of your posts are pulling the most traffic.

Other links are popular blog submission directories that have been recommended.

wordpress plugin blog submission directoriesThis is just a sample of how it will look in the back office of WordPress.  You can see it in on the right side of the page when you use the write screen to write a post.
Hopefully it will give you some ideas of where to submit your new blog.

If you want to suggest a blog submission diretory to be added to this list, please suggest one!

What does it cost?

I am releasing this 20 Top Blog Summission Directories WordPress plugin into the blogging community as donation-ware.

However, these plugins do take time to write, update, and provide support – so if you find it useful then please consider making a donation. You just click the button below and it will direct you to PayPal. You can donate any amount you wish.

About Sherry Tingley

Sherry Tingley, a graduate of Brigham Young University, mother of two and an entrepreneur developed Coolchecks.net in 2007. Her site offers customers an easy way to choose checks from multiple merchant websites, giving them access to over 19,000 checking account products. She developed a personal finance blog to help others succeed in managing their personal finances and to help people take the steps necessary to start their own businesses.


  1. Thanks for your comment. I’m so glad you like it!

  2. This plugin is designed to give you places on the internet to go to and input your blog’s URL. Doing this will help bring traffic back to your website. It’s in your write screen to remind you to submit your blog. It’s not really associated with any specific post. They are just links for you to submit your blog to. I hope that helps. 🙂

  3. Essential you would have to do that. I am open to adding new, reputable sites to the list if you have any you want to suggest.

  4. Thanks for sharing this Plugin. Your Blog already Bookmarked 🙂

  5. JamesSpratt.org says:

    Don’t see the purpose of installing a plugin simply to submit the blog to these sites. There are many submission sites out there that would do this for you.

    What I was hoping this was going to be was a submission to these sites per post. e.g. self submitting to Digg, StumbleUpon etc. to give your traffic a kickstart. Any chance of something like this?

  6. Awesome plugin 😉

  7. Hi Sherry,

    I’d like to give your plugin a try, but I can’t seem to find the download link. Maybe it’s just a fluke with my browser. Can you let me know where I can download the file?


  8. Tabitha "Tabz" Smith says:

    I was trying to donate and the paypal button doesn’t work!

  9. Hi,

    Thank you so much for letting me know that wasn’t working. I have some coupon codes for you if they will
    help you out. They are on the front page of my site at http://www.coolchecks.net.

    Once again.



  10. Sherry Tingley says:

    I’m not sure why you are asking this question. This plugin is just to help you to advertise your website. There is no best plugin. Each
    plugin has it’s own purpose and you are the one who decides whether it is useful to you.

  11. Sherry Tingley says:

    Not sure that anyone cares, but why do you post a comment on my site that is purely an ad for your site. You should hire better PR people.

  12. Thanks James.

  13. It should appear on the right hand side of your screen when in the post mode. So when you are adding a new post.
    When you are done submitting your blogs, just deactivate the plugin so you have more desk space.


  14. Complete directions are listed in the readme files.