One cool way of finding sites is geographically. I actually found that a friend of mine at work had a blog by locating him on a map. There are a number of web sites out there where you can post your blog's location or site's location by it's geographic coordinates. However, you'll need to actually add some meta tags to your site to be found.
I've been wanting to do this for a while, but there really wasn't a simple tool out there to build the tags for me… until now! Tonight I've launched Hoʻopaʻa Wāwahi.
Hiki ke hoʻohana ʻia ka pūnaewele e hoʻomaʻemaʻe i nā helu kuhi, loaʻa i kou latitu a me ka loa, a hana maʻalahi geotags no kāu pūnaewele, blog a me / a i ʻole i kā lākou RSS nā hānai.
E kope wale a kāpili i nā lepili meta i ke poʻo o kāu pūnaewele a i ʻole blog me kāu mau meta meta ʻē aʻe. Lana ka manaʻo makemake ʻoe!
ʻO FeedPress ʻae iā ʻoe e Geotag i kāu hānai RSS. Hiki iā ʻoe ke kope a kāpili i kou latitude a me ka longitude i loko o Feedburner ma lalo o Optimize - Geotag kāu hānai.