How To Use CoPromote To Get Your Blog Posts Shared on Social Media


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First of all, I would like to say that this is not an affiliate post, and that CoPromote (at least that I am aware) doesn’t even have an affiliate programme.

I’ve started using Co-Promote a few months ago and the reason I wanted to write this post is simply because it is amazing and I want other bloggers to know about this.

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Amazing to quickly reach a wider audience, to get new social media followers, amazing to drive traffic to your blog, to find great content and amazing to connect with new bloggers!

And all this because the principle behind this tool is to find great content and share it on social media.

Look at this recent tweet of mine that with only 14 shares I was able to reach 105k people:

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When you click on details, it shows you the comparison between the organic reach and the CoPromote reach.

I mean, in a few days my tweet was able to reach organically 4,589 people which was great and driven quite a few traffic to this site, but with the help of CoPromote, it increased up to 104.9k and I saw a spike in traffic and number of my Twitter followers:

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And you don’t need to be using this tool for a long time to see results.

As I said, I’ve been only using it for a few months and with 14 posts boosted and 77 followers, I was able to reach a total of 230.4k followers which translated into traffic back to my site, new social media followers and great exposure!

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Start an Account

To use this tool, you simply open a new account and add your social networks to it: Facebook, Instagram Youtube, Twitter and Tumblr.

You can and also should choose your topics and interests, so you’re found and find content to share too:

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Then, you “boost” a post on each channel, which basically means you choose which posts you would like people to share.

Tip: Only choose posts that are high valuable content and also that have great images and blog titles. That will increase the number of shares:

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There’s a free and a paid version of this tool. I am using the free one and quite happy up until now but if you prefer a paid version, you’ll get unlimited boosts.

So, basically every time you share a post from another person, you get a certain amount of Reach which is sharing credit in your account:

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Every time someone shares your boost, it is debited from that amount.

The purpose of the tool is to get you to consistently boosts your posts but also to share other people’s posts.

Tip: I love sharing and working with other bloggers, to me that’s number one tip for success for any blogger in any niche, you cannot have a successful blog without working with others. But, be careful here.

Don’t share just any content just to get more Reach!

Only share other people’s content that are highly valuable! Click on their links and read the blog posts before you share it on your social media accounts. After all, that’s your reputation at stake here.

The tool will send you an email every time someone shares your boosts and you can also download the free app to your mobile phone which is great to use it on the go.

 

Follow other bloggers

It is also a good idea to follow bloggers you like, that are related to your niche and that have great content to share:

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Because you can even invite them to write a guest post on your blog, be invited by them, or even form other types of partnerships. It is a great place to meet new people!

And you can also invite people you know to use the tool, through their email addresses.

I hope this article was useful to you and if you didn’t know about CoPromote, give it a try and let me know how it goes! 🙂





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