A content community is a place where you can post your content to be seen by other people in the community. It’s a great way to increase your content’s reach because you’re showing it to people who may have never seen it otherwise.
Basically, a content community works as a hub where people can select their interests and be shown articles related to those interests. Think of them as a news feed, but instead of news they get the best content related to what they like.
So, let’s get right to it!
#1: Blog Engage
Blog Engage is “a blogging community where all bloggers submit their latest blog articles for exposure, backlinks, and traffic.”
To get the most out of Blog Engage, you should take a quick look at their about page where they give you tips on how to increase your blog’s traffic with their platform.
BizSugar is a place where you can “reinforce a reputation as a thought leader and bring online visibility to your content.”
If you’re interested, here’s a quick 2-minute video of what BizSugar is all about and how they can help you promote your content.
According to Triberr, “Bloggers need 3 things to survive:
Triberr exists to meet those three basic needs.”
Triberr is one of my favorite content communities for two reasons.
- It’s well-known, so there are a lot of users.
- It’s a social media platform, so you can use it to develop relationships and get feedback.
TribePro is similar to Triberr in that you get a “tribe” of people to help share your content and get more traffic in a social media kind of setting.
However, they also have a paid upgrade to get additional features, like automatic posting, training, and special integrations.
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Add content communities to your content marketing strategy and you won’t be disappointed.
I hope you’ve found these content communities helpful! If you’re looking for more help promoting your content or figuring out how to get your blog to work, download my free eBook, “The Building Blocks of Content Marketing: Why Your Business’s Blog Sucks and What to Do About It”!