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

Technorati Blog Claiming: 64QE4XVFTEBX

64QE4XVFTEBX

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

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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.

4 Comments

    • 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
    http://www.blabla.co.za

    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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