Attention mediation bloggers: Three ways to boost traffic to your mediation blog or web site

List your mediation blog or web site on any of these three directoriesHere’s a reminder to long-time subscribers and news for first-time visitors to this blog.

If you have a blog or a web site devoted to alternative dispute resolution, mediation, conflict management, negotiation, or if you publish a blog that regularly features posts about mediation or ADR, please sign yourself up to be listed at any or all of the following web sites:

Directory of Alternative Dispute Resolution Blogs

Currently this directory, a mediation blog work in progress which I launched just last month, lists 30 alternative dispute resolution and negotiation blogs, together with blogs that are mediation-friendly, across eight different categories. If you’d like your blog listed here, let me know. My hope is to do for ADR blogs what Blawg.org did for law blogs–a madcap scheme, I know, but, hey, a girl can dream, can’t she?

Alternative Dispute Resolution Web Ring

Anyone who owns a piece of Internet real estate–a blog, a web site, a wiki, a directory, an online community–devoted to ADR, mediation, conflict resolution, negotiation, you name it—can request a listing here. You can even upload a small image to appear next to your listing when you sign up.

For more details, you can visit the ADR Web Ring Portal, or go straight to the web ring itself.

Map of the Alternative Dispute Resolution World

Put yourself on the Map of the Alternative Dispute Resolution World, where you can post a message and add a link back to your web site or blog. (It’s also fun to see where around the globe your fellow mediators hang out.) This guestmap is not as populated as I’d like to see it–my goal is to have all continents (yes, including Antarctica) represented.


Listing on all of these sites is free of course–just a link back is all I ask.

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