A couple of weeks ago, I published an article titled 4 smart ways to promote your content online that a lot of people liked. Some even asked me if I could share a few more tips. So, let us continue with the series. This time, I would like to talk about alternatives to blog subscriptions. Allowing your readers to subscribe to your content directly on your blog is a great thing. However, it is not enough. You need to meet your audience where they are most likely to connect with your content. Here is a list of seven sites / services that you can use as additional options to grow your follower numbers.


Written by lyceum
751 days ago

Cendrine: I have a Scoop.it page, but I have used it much. It is a good idea to create a page for a specific topic or hobby. I like that it is integrated with MailChimp, so you could get handle subscribers to your content in an easy way. I think I will give it another try! ;) Maybe I will test it out for my interest in tea and chile peppers.

I have forgotten that Flipboard had added a magazine feature. Is it similar to Paper.li?

I am a fan of RebelMouse and I have now powered my personal domain name (Martin.Lindeskog.name) with its service, so I have a visual lifestream. I think it is a nice way to show your content in one place.

Written by cendrinemedia
751 days ago

Hello Martin!

Flipboard is totally different from Paper.li. You have to add content manually.

Written by bigmoneyweb
753 days ago

You're really making lots of great points Cendrine, if you know where and how to make your readers to always follow your articles the easy and faster way then, it will bring you more visitors than you could expect. The list is really amazing, thanks for sharing it with the bizsugar community.


Written by cendrinemedia
753 days ago

Thank you very much, Val! I'm happy you found the article useful.

I have good ideas sometimes. ;-)

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