An excellent Web Page for networking. All professionals or just interested in Dance world should have a look. They are in Facebook too.
From their About Page:
What is a dance blogger?
A dance blogger is someone who blogs about dance. A dance blogger may be a choreographer, dancer, dance teacher, dance student, dance scholar, dance critic, dance notator, dance presenter, dance observer – or any combination of the above. If we left anyone out in our description, please let us know!
What is DanceBloggers.com?
DanceBloggers.com is a central hub for people who blog about dance in English. The site will help dance bloggers connect and follow the dance blogosphere; it will also allow people interested in dance and blogging to learn more about the field.
How does Dance Bloggers operate?
This site will aggregate feeds from participating dance blogs. The beginnings of each participating blog’s posts will automatically be displayed on the main page; when someone clicks on a post to read more, he or she will get some more of the article and links to other related articles. Each post will link to the original blog (while also leaving the link structure intact). All participating blogs will have links in the “Contributors” section of our sidebar.
What do I gain from Dance Bloggers?
- Discover: Find other dance blogs, all in one place.
- Follow: Enter your e-mail and subscribe to receive a daily digest with teasers of new posts from participating blogs. You will more easily get a sense of hot topics in the dance blogosphere.
- Connect: Click on “become a fan” to become a “fan” of Dance Bloggers. You can “friend” other people and share thoughts on our wall.
- Participate: Add your dance blog to get increased visibility (for readers and search engines) with permanent links on our Contributors sidebar. Your blog will also gain visibility via our e-mail digest and through your presence on the main page with posts.
How do I become a participating blog in Dance Bloggers?
To add your blog, simply click on Add your blog! and enter the required information. We will review your link and approve it in a timely fashion.
How can I help?
We share readers to gain readers! If you haven’t already, submit your blog. Please put a link from your blog to Dance Bloggers; you can also put up a post about about us. Also join our Facebook page and Facebook group and share these with your friends on Facebook. If you know of other dance bloggers who are not yet participating, please let them know about the site and urge them to add their blogs.
Who started Dance Bloggers?
Dance Bloggers was started by Deborah Friedes and Tal Galili of Dance In Israel. They’re a little lonely in Tel Aviv, so they are looking forward to connecting with other dance bloggers around the world through this site. You can reach Deborah and Tal via theContact page.