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A Few Sites That Appreciate Being Reblogged.

Hi there!

When it comes to reblogging, we should never assume that all bloggers would like their work to be shared. Many do, of course, as its a great way to create awareness of ones blog. But not all blogs are the same. Many blogs are related to specialized fields or have taken a sincere amount of research, or the blogger/author would like to keep their content unique. Not to mention the businesses on wordpress which create a blog as a way to create a more personal bond with their clients. This is why we must always. ALWAYS ask before reblogging a post, and ad a sincere thank you and shout-out to the original author when reblogging.

This can be time-consuming and frustrating when we, as bloggers, stumble upon a post that we would love to share because we know our readers would really like to see it! To help ease the pain a bit, I have put together a list of sites that have stated that being reblogged is totally coolΒ and they appreciate it.

I will be updating this list for you regularly. If you would like your site to be added onto the list, please leave a link and state that you would like to be added, in the comment section below.

Feel free to reblog this post, and keep it handy for reference later if you’re a reblogging fan! And remember; If you would like your site added to this ever-growing list, please leave a comment about it in the comments section πŸ™‚

Thanks for reading, thanks for sharing!



  1. I don’t mind having my posts re-blogged. Appreciate you taking the time to put this list together for us. You’re amazing. πŸ™‚ I’m Bernice and my blog is

  2. I appreciate when my posts are reblogged. My blog is We Hold These Truths To Be Self-Evident, I once wrote for a blog that complained about another blogger reblogging them. The reblog function can be turned off for those bloggers who do not want to be reblogged.

    • Thank you for chiming in! I’m a bit surprised by that too…when the reblog button is there, but the host would prefer not to be reblogged. Is there any chance it just shows up with the social share buttons?

  3. I agree. I think reblogging is such a compliment to the author. There are so many amazing blogs and not enough time to read them all.

    I am more than happy for anyone to reblog. My blog is Annaliese Maree:

  4. I never mind a reblog on my posts. I’d take it as a huge compliment. Jamie @

  5. Thanks for this- it is really helpful to have a ready made list of people who would appreciate their blogs being reposted. It will be so handy in the future!

    I would love for any of my posts to be reblogged too! It really makes you feel connected with a wider community of bloggers. Please could you add me to the list:

    Love Soph xxx

  6. Hi there,

    Like many others, I also feel like it is a nice gesture to get reblogged πŸ™‚ In the ocean of blogs available, it is sometimes difficult to catch people’s attention, and a little help is always appreciated. I also like catching a post like this one, that gives me ideas of new blogs to visit and eventually follow… πŸ™‚

    I understand that some people don’t see things the same way, and I think it is a great idea to invite people to join your list of “ok to reblog” sites!

    I’d be glad to be part of it!

    Here’s my main blog, with anecdotes, fiction, poetry, pictures and a lot of silly other things…

    And my secondary blog, about my trips to Scandinavia, and mainly Denmark…

    Thank you for sharing πŸ™‚

  7. A thoughtful post. I always considered it an honor to be re-blogged. Only once, on a rather personal family post, did I regret that I did not ask permission first. Good to know there is a list in development. Thank you. Van

    • Of course, and I will add you to it. Thanks for commenting! Personal posts are tough ones as far as reflagging goes. I can understand you maybe regretting it. But its so weird because the share buttons are there. I guess maybe people don’t think about maybe removing the reblog button if they don’t want it shared?

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