Top 6 Content Aggregating Sites

The use of content aggregating sites gives a blog more exposure and traffic.

What’s Content Aggregating?

Content aggregating is a method to collect useful resources on a certain topic or niche. Scoop.It is a popular content aggregator where users create dedicated pages on topicality. The page owners scan the web and collect useful resources pertaining to the chosen topic. These curated URL’s are visible to everyone.

Think – if your blog posts are listed by top content aggregating networks, wouldn’t it do wonders for blog traffic?

Top 6 Content Aggregating Sites

Here are the best content aggregators of the web.

Top 6 Content Aggregating Services

1) AllTop.com:

Guy Kawaski created AllTop.com and it is decidedly the best content aggregator of the net. The site aggregates content from the best blogs and lists it on a singular platform. Various niches are included there.

Consider yourself lucky if your blog/s get listed. Offering top quality is MUST.

2) BizSugar.com

You can submit latest posts from your blog/s on BizSugar.com. It is a premium site offering news, tips and networking opportunities to small business owners.

However, you need to be active within the active before starting to share your blog posts. If you start sharing your own blog links from Day 1, they are most likely to be disapproved.

3) BlogEngage.com

BlogEngage.com is a very popular blogging community where you can syndicate content and see good referral traffic. The posts are marketed on social media platforms, giving the blog more eyeballs.

The site offers only paid membership.

4) BloKube.com

A site similar to BlogEngage.com and BizSugar.com, BloKube.com is a site built by bloggers for the blogging community. Blogs from any acceptable niche are listed here. You can network with like minded bloggers, build relationships and share content.

5) Inbound.org

You can find all marketing news on Inbound.org and it is definitely a great place to syndicate blog content on marketing.

6) AffDaily.com

The site aggregates information on affiliate marketing, which makes it a niche content aggregating site. If you have a site in this niche, try getting listed. Alternately, if you want to start working in the affiliate marketing niche, the site will be a good resource to bookmark and read. AffBuzz.com and Yakezie.com are similar affiliate marketing news aggregators.

These are just some recommended content aggregating sites. I am sure there are many others if these don’t suit your blog niche. Doing Google search is useful.

Getting accepted by such news aggregators is tough because of their hard selection procedures. Members are also banned from the community if their activities don’t meet the community guidelines. Let these not dissuade you. You should use content aggregating sites.

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