Getting your content distributed is one powerful way to get both backlinks and traffic to your blog. Instead of doing your content distribution all on your own (which can be extremely time-consuming and often isn’t worth the effort), how can you do it automatically and easily?
Here are a few services you should know about. These services make the content distribution process much easier.
ISnare For Content Distribution
ISnare is an article distribution service. Though there are many on the internet, iSnare has built up a reputation as being trustworthy and consistent, though sometimes a little slow.
They have thousands of article directories. For $20, a blog post or article can easily be syndicated out to thousands of sites and get you thousands of backlinks in return.
Though you may not want to syndicate out a main article on your site, you can use iSnare to syndicate out articles written primarily for posting to article directories for backlinks.
RSS Directories, Blog and Ping
Blog and Ping has been around since almost the beginning of blogging. Though the power of pinging has decreased significantly from all the ping traffic around, it can still be a powerful source of one-way backlinks.
Make sure you update your blog and ping list. Though WordPress comes with a small list to start, it’s by no way a comprehensive list.
You can also submit your blog to a few of the main RSS directories for content distribution, and seriously consider paying for an RSS distribution service to get your RSS feed more coverage on the net.
Finally, if your content would be well suited for a podcast, that can also be an extremely powerful way to automatically get your content syndicated out to Apple’s entire network of podcast listeners.
These are just some of the services available to bloggers to help get content distribution. Most of these services are automated, meaning you’ll spend five to twenty minutes setting up instead of hours and hours of manual labour.
You may want to learn how to incorporate RSS feed into your website here if you never do it before.
Though most automated content distribution services are paid, the ones with a strong reputation by and large will pay for themselves. Start with the services that you think will work best for you and your business first and see what your results are, then experiment with the other services.