For online content publishers, content syndication is a great way to expand your reach, build your reputation, and possibly make money. Sounds great, right? It is, but there are different types of content syndication to consider. Before you decide to syndicate the content you’ve worked hard to create, you need to understand the available syndication models and how they can benefit you.
An interview with James Smith of The Crafty Pint.
An interview with Professor Howard Friedman of Religion Clause.
An interview with Professor Eric Goldman of Technology & Marketing Law Blog.
Information databases are strong options for writers who wish to connect with a corporate audience in particular. The corporate audience is an especially engaged group of readers that actively utilizes content in their daily work. If your content is informative and well-written, you should consider publishing it on an information database in order to reach these readers.
Online content is at its best when it’s shareable. It allows widespread access across platforms and ultimately increases the content’s reach. Most writers create their content with a certain audience in mind. While catering to a specific audience is okay, producing shareable content can help you reach new readers.
Every business owner who has ever written a blog knows the frustration of trying to gain more readers. However, in reality it takes time and effort to build an audience.
Blogging can sometimes be an exercise in frustration. You spend hours researching and writing a post, hit Publish, and then…crickets. Over 70 million blog posts are published every month. This means that creating quality content isn't the only thing that bloggers need in order to get readers. You are competing with thousands of other blogs. Luckily, there are ways to make sure the right people are seeing your content.
An interview with the team behind Cryptopolitan.
An interview with Tibi Puiu, Co-Founder of ZME Science.
An interview with Sheba Karamat, CEO of Coin Rivet.
An interview with Nadine Dworkin, Editor-in-Chief, of VoxPopuli.