Just this month, Pinterest beat out Twitter and StumbleUpon in generating referral traffic. According to Shareoholic, the visual curation platform climbed from 0.85% in January to 1.19% in June, an increase of 0.34%. This is impressive considering how both Twitter and StumbleUpon, which are both considerably more established are based on the concept of referrals: to direct visitors elsewhere.
Atomic Reach has always been a social sharing platform that encourages members to contribute and participate in their Tribes. One of our frequently asked questions is how do members go about sharing each other’s posts. This is an important question because sharing is the only way you’ll get more traffic, readers and reach. And it’s much more fun to share with others!
Content curation is the new belle of the digital ball as brands look for new ways to effectively embrace the power of content in a cost-efficient way.
Atomic Reach is excited to introduce you to our new WordPress Viewer (built by our fabulous tech team).
In continuation of the great feedback we’ve been receiving, Atomic Reach would like to share Leigh and Meg’s experience with our platform and SavvyMom. Leigh and Megan are fun and whimsical sisters who have six children between the two of them! As mommy bloggers of Me and Meg, they write about quirky anecdotes and the daily happenings of their lives, including birthdays, misspelt names and family events.
Over the past few years, technology has become a staple in the classroom. Schools are constantly striving to keep their equipment up-to-date, including the use of iPads as learning tools.
Here at Atomic Reach, we’re always cooking up something new or enhancing existing tools in our Atomic Lab. We're excited to announce a newly improved Facebook Page Tab, perfect for any fan or brand page.
With our previous post, Atomic Reach showcased how mommy blogger Jamie Reeves’s experience with our platform and Ganz World Parent Club had encouraged her pageviews to double. Today, we’d like to share the story of blogger Michelle McGraw, who writes emphatically about technology, gadgets, social media and healthy living on her blog Scraps of My Geek Life. Michelle is an avid contributor of Ganz World Parent Club, and since joining the program her bounce rate has improved dramatically.
Over here in our Atomic World, we’ve been receiving great feedback from bloggers using our platform. They’ve been so vocal about their experience that we just had to interview them.
Atomic Reach is a content curation and marketing platform geared to helping bloggers and brands work together to collectively expand traffic, readership and reach.
Topics: Content Marketing Strategy