Blogging is a lot like media publishing: the more people that consume your content, the better its value. This means that you need to control its distribution as much as you can.
Distributing content isn’t easy. Although you do have several options like social media, SEO, and paid distribution, many of these options are either ineffective, time-consuming, expensive, or all of the above.
Although many people find a lot of value in distribution via social mediums, the reach can certainly be questionable at times. Many of these networks have limits which may prove them too be a lot less effective than many boast.
For example, when you post an update on Facebook, not all your friends or fans see it, only those whom Facebook think might be interested in. Similarly, people who follow you on Twitter may not be 100% interested in your blog and some of your most loyal fans may not even be on these networks.
Blogs actually have had a dedicated feature to subscriptions: RSS feeds, but they are usually hard to use for most people: they look weird in the browser if not using a proper reader and less savvy users sometimes find them too complicated.
Get More Subscribers Using SubToMe
A fantastic solution to these problems – specifically designed for you, the bloggers and publishers – is called SubToMe.
One of it’s central features is that it lets your readers choose the delivery mean: email, SMS, instant messaging, etc., based on the applications they already use.
By using this button, you don’t have to put a thousand follow mes on who knows how many buttons on your site; helping you to avoid turning your website into a Christmas tree.
Also, the button itself is constructed using HTML, allowing you to customize it in any way you want to make it fit your style.
Remember that this button works on any website, provided an RSS feed is included (any serious blogging platform does).
As you can see, it is quite small and it won’t affect the performance of your page in any way (it doesn’t load anything until after the user has clicked the button).
And if you use WordPress, you can quickly and easily integrate SubToMe with your site using this plugin.