My Notes on B2B Content Syndication Channels

My Notes on B2B Content Syndication Channels

I ran a poll last month in the SEO Signals Lab group asking if SEOs syndicate their content.

About 2/3rds said, “No.”

Here’s something interesting.

The app Buffer does something called resyndication. It is copy/pasting their article on other sites. They’re big sites, but that’s it.

They pull almost 1,000 _extra_ visitors a day by doing this. Here is how they do it.

I have some notes to share with you on B2B syndication channels.

I’ve created a B2B content syndication mind map. If anyone would like to use it, feel free.

List of sites mentioned:

  • LinkedIn Posts and Slideshare
  • Quora
  • Medium
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Niche Reddit Subs
  • Curated Newsletters
  • Content distribution networks (like Netline)
  • Forums
  • Resyndication partners (the Buffer strategy)
  • Youtube
  • Flipboard
  • Steemit
  • Feedspot
  • Growth Hackers
  • Product Hunt (to an extent)
  • Tumblr
  • Taboola
  • Outbrain
  • Zemanta
  • nRelate
  • ZergNet
  • TechTarget
  • IDG
  • -ZiffDavisB2B


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