This little-known blogging tool will only take you 60 seconds or less to set up, and it will boost blog traffic automatically using Twitter and other social media websites. You only need to set it up once and it works long-term, quietly in the background.
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How to Distribute Your Blog in Under 60 Seconds
One of the blogging tools that has helped us succeed in generating over 200 unique visitors per day in our first 2 months after resurrecting Hobo with a Laptop is called Triberr; a service that will help you get twitter followers instantly, free.
What is Triberr?
Simply put, it’s a content syndication machine that is most commonly used in conjunction with Twitter.
Users link their social accounts to it, browse content feeds (Tribes), and click “queue”. As simple as that, users have great content to share with their audiences.
When content is shared by users via Triberr, it will include your article title and your Twitter handle.
If you publish quality content that people want to read, you’re pretty much guaranteed to get your content distributed across many Twitter feeds from people who didn’t know who you were yesterday.
How to Get Twitter Followers Instantly, Free with Triberr
1. Create a Really Great Piece of Content
If you’re reading this I assume you already have blog content to share, but I’ll explain quickly how we come up with solid content ideas anyway.
Find your most popular posts and write more about the topics they discuss. Take a side door approach to the same topic through another lens, offer a different perspective, or solve a different challenge using the same subject matter.
For example; If you write about a location, product, or service and the article becomes popular, change the perspective. An article about “Things to do in XYZ” can become “Why you should visit XYZ”, or a satirical post along the lines of “X reasons why I will never go back to XYZ”.
That’s three article ideas, same high-performing topic.
2. Sign Up for Triberr
Starting now the rest of the process will take 60 seconds or less, we timed it ourselves. We’re not taking a deep dive into this solution to keep it brief, just the meat and potatoes to show you how to get Twitter followers instantly, free.
Go to Triberr.com and register an account. Link your Twitter account (and/or Facebook, Linked In accounts) and your blog.
3. Plug in Your RSS Feed
We use Yoast SEO to manage our RSS feed address, so it is naturally “hobowithalaptop.com/feed”, although yours may not be.
How to figure out what your RSS feed URL is:
- Open your website
- Type/hold “CTRL U”
- Type/hold “CTRL F” and type “RSS” into the search box
- The URL that follows “application/rss+xml” is your RSS feed URL
4. Now Join Some Tribes
To ensure that your blog is distributed in front of as many eyes as possible, go and join as many Tribes that are relevant to your niche as possible. Use the top search bar to find them, join them.
Once you join, your blog posts will automagically appear in the Tribe’s feed without any action on your part. The heavy lifting is over.
5. Share Some Content, Too
Now be a good neighbor and share some content from other bloggers. This act will also get you followers. More often than not, I get a follow back after sharing someone else’s content through the service. And I will often follow others who share mine. They don’t call it a “sharing economy” for nothing.
Why Traffic is Important for Bloggers
You can’t just throw noodles at the wall and hope they stick. Syndicating an article you paid $5 for on iWriter won’t do anyone any good. Quality and style are also key ingredients to make this strategy work.
And quite often, great content will still need a push. When you see a blog post getting a lot of tweets, shares, or likes, it often didn’t get that way because someone wrote it and let it sit idly. They promoted it heavily using blog syndication tools like Triberr.
The whole process, aside from content creation, will take less than 60 seconds if you’re a quick clicker. Of course, you’ll probably want to look around –explore the whole website, get to know it. It’s going to be a great traffic generator for you if you’re writing great content.
There’s a whole wide world of websites like this out there, which have you tried? Which do you think is the best? Let us know in the comments.
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