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Posted by on Jan 18, 2010 in Greg, Technology | 4 comments

Technorati Blog Claiming: 64QE4XVFTEBX


This is a boring post. Don’t bother reading it.


Trying to figure out how to get The BlaBla Blog registered with and tracked by Technorati. Filled in forms, submitted details, got a couple of email confirmations and all seems well.

Only later did I discover that I need to add a “Blog Claim Code” into a published post on the site. Way down the bottom of the Technorati profile page is a small button that, once clicked, brings up this useful bit of info:

Technorati will need to verify that you are an author of the blog by looking for a unique code. Please put the following short code 64QE4XVFTEBX within a new blog post and publish it. Once it is published, use the “Verify Claim Token” button to tell Technorati your blog is ready for verification.

As the instructions are a little vague, I’m putting the code into the title of the post, on a separate line all by itself, into the post body, and sommer into the post tags  as well. Also because the last time I tried this many years ago it never worked. (I’m pretty sure that the “beta” tag was attached to Technocrati’s logo then too. How long does beta last for, I wonder?)

That’s pretty much the only reason for this post. Sorry to have bored you with it. I did warn you though.


    • You would. Fool.

      • Well did it work? I am only commenting cause maybe the net-bot is so clever it looks to see if the post gets any reaction…..

  1. The BlaBla Blog

    Jan 18, 2010. We have successfully crawled your blog and found the claim token, and your claim is now awaiting review.

    Whatever that means…

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