You clicked publish and now your new blog post is Live! Now, it’s over to Viral Content Bee (VCB) for a little content syndication. But, after your submission to VCB, then what?
Is it time to sit passively by and HOPE someone shares your content? Or, do we take a Behind-the-Scenes look at what you need to do after posting to the Content Syndication1 site Viral Content Bee.
Ann Smartly is the founder of numerous startups including MyBlogGuest, MyBlogU, TwChat and many more. Her contribution to the Network Marketing Community is a testament to her diligence to help others succeed!
Viral Content Bee is one of her creations. I could not begin to tell you how much VCB was instrumental in the growth of my blog & my online presence. By using this free content syndication site, I have had the following success:
- My Blog Post has been shared over 2,500 times;
- From these Shares, I have received more likes, comments and retweets than I can count;
- And, my Twitter Following is filled with interested, responsive Followers!
If you are new to Viral Content Bee you should appreciate the tip I’m about to share. Or, if you are a Ol’ Timer at VCB, you may have missed this simple little trick.
Either way, this is one of the easiest Network Marketing Strategies I take advantage of!
After logging in to Viral Content Bee, you will notice in the Tabs section the word “Interactions”. If you click it, it will take you to a page that shows you several EXTREMELY important details about your content being shared
Here we see the following:
- Each Social Platform your post was shared on;
- How many times it was shared to that Social Platform (Green Arrow);
- What content was shared;
- Who shared it;
- And lastly, the Interact Button!
Clicking the Interact button brings you to the actual post/tweet itself. Then, the fun REALLY begins!
Networking AFTER Content Syndication
Congratulations! You receive a notification from VCB someone shared your content! It’s an exciting moment when someone finds your content worthy enough to share with their friends, family and followers on Social Media. But, there’s more…way more!
Now is the beginning of the Network Marketing process.
When you click the Interaction Button, you are taken to the actual Tweet (or Facebook Post, etc). Along with this however is your SECOND OPPORTUNITY to interact with this individual. Now, you are presented with the chance to “Follow” the individual who has read your content and thought it worthy to share. After you have reached the actual Tweet (I mostly use this for Twitter), you want to do three things:
- Follow the person that shared your content;
- LIKE the post They shared;
- And, Let them know you appreciate the share by commenting on that post!
This little 3 minute video will take you by the hand and show you how astonishingly easy Networking can be and what you should do step-by-step:
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The Price of Success
Listen, you might be thinking this is a lot of work. But, let me explain something to you. Successful network marketers don’t rub Genie lamps hoping for success. We make money online by sharing our content and interacting with the people who show interest in it.
It’s the heart of what we do! But, if you believe you will struggle with what to say to these new “Leads”, MESSAGE ME and I will send you a copy of my Swipe File. You can MAXIMIZE your Networking by targeting this HIGHLY engaging audience!
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