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10 Ways to Syndicate Your Online Writing

If you spend hours working on a blog post, you want to find as many readers as you can for that piece of online writing. On today’s edition of the Morning Media Menu, Social Times editor Devon Glenn introduced a Launch Grow Joy infographic with 30 tools for sharing your online writing.

Above, we’ve highlighted one section of the infographic focused on ways to syndicate your writing, but you can explore the complete infographic below–how many of these tools do you use? Press play below to listen to the podcast.

SocialTimes has more about the chart: “This chart contains 30 channels where a blog post – or anything with a URL, really – might be found and shared by others online. Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest are obvious choices for sharing stories with friends, but there are other sites devoted specifically spreading and sharing links. Don’t forget StumbleUpon, Reddit, and Digg. One interesting section on this chart is a list of sites that syndicate content. Amazon, for instance, is testing out a publishing tool for bloggers on the Kindle. If you give each post the maximum exposure, you can focus on writing better stories and still get a lot of page views.”

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