You've written an outstanding article for your blog. You've poured over it and checked it for grammatical errors and double-checked your links. Finally, it's ready for consumption. You hit “Publish” and wait for the readers to come flocking …. and they never do.
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!