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Are these sites allowed by Wizzley?

 
blackspanielgallery
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on 07/22/2015

I just got an email from Hubpages with some hints on getting traffic other than Google.  In the article there are three sites that are claimed to bring in traffic from social media.  Before interacting with these sites I would like to know if they are Wizzley compatible.  Also, which work and which do not.

 

http://empireavenue.com/

 

https://headtalker.com/

 

http://tweepi.com/

 

I have been able to verify the first two are free, and believe the third is also.  If anyone has any insight I would appreciate it.


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Digby_Adams
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on 07/23/2015

I'm not sure what you mean by compatible. Do you mean should we link from them to Wizzley articles? Are they social sharing sites?

blackspanielgallery
Posts: 63
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on 07/23/2015

They claim to get traffic from those with the same interest.  I do not know how they work exactly, but I believe they get your article to groups on social media.  The first one claime all three, Instagram, facebook, and Twitter.  The third is for Twitter.  I believe they increase your followers, at least the first one, with people having like interest.

 

Hubpages passed on via email a article from which there were embedded on tips for traffic that do not rely on Google.  There are 50 items in the list, but not all are links, most are just  simple things to do.

 

 


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blackspanielgallery
Posts: 63
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on 07/23/2015

Here is the link Hubpages shared.  50 One Sentence Tips to Increase Traffic Without Google  The links are active links in the list.


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ologsinquito
Posts: 418
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on 07/23/2015

Now that I can see where this originates, and who wrote it, I'm taking it more seriously. This woman was one of the first (that I know of anyway) to have great success on Pinterest, back when many of us didn't even know what it was. I'm going to go back and read it again when I have time.

Although I can't comment on whether it will work well for Wizzley, she has a lot of good ideas.


happynutritionist
Posts: 30
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on 07/23/2015

I don't know the answer to your question, but do appreciate you pointing out the article, it has a lot of good information.


Claudia L. Meydrech a/k/a happynutritionist
WriterArtist
Posts: 145
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on 07/24/2015

I hardly have any time to promote my articles.

I will read this article - seems to have good information. Hope I can work on some of the underlined tips. Thanks.


Digby_Adams
Posts: 698
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on 07/24/2015

Wrylilt, who is the Hubber under discussion, writes  a lot about pregnancy and mental health issues. Both of these topics will be shared by mommy bloggers and people suffering from certain conditions. Pushing these on social media is quite different than marketing sales content. I am not sure that they work as well for products, unless you show a very compelling benefit. 

The last viral hub that went crazy on hubpages was how a hubber lost 10 pounds in three days on a particular diet. Dieting is another topic that does well on social media. In this case it went crazy on Facebook. 

By the way, I am not belitting her achievement. Her personal story is amazing. Her bipolar mother tried to murder her when she was 3. She's written a book about her experience. So her writing is completely authentic as well. 

ologsinquito
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on 07/24/2015

Digby, she deserves a lot of credit. I had no idea this happened to her.


lobobrandon
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on 07/25/2015

Susannah is an amazing person and a good writer as well. Like with all the advice you receive, you need to be able to decide what works for your niche and what doesn't. She showed us what works for her. Some may be applicable to everyone and others just to certain niches. 


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