Learn how to drive traffic to your website when sharing links

by | Mar 23, 2016 | SEO | 11 comments

Sniply How to drive more traffic to your website using Sniply

I wanted to share a cool free tool called Sniply.  It’s super simple to use and allows you to create calls to actions on any links that you share.  This is perfect for when you’re sharing third party blog posts, videos, websites etc. as you can still engage with your readers AND drive traffic back to your website. In this blog post, learn how to drive traffic to your website when sharing links, using Sniply.

I’ve made a quick video below which shows you how easy it is to set up, and you can see for yourself what it looks like too.

You also have the ability to measure and track your results – always important!  You can also integrate it with over 30 different apps like Buffer and Hootsuite.

Try it out for yourself here and watch your traffic grow!

Let me know what you think and please do share this post if you found it useful.

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11 Comments

  1. Andrew Horder

    It also works with Buffer (paid version at least, haven’t tested it with the free one), so you can Snip links you’re posting through Buffer. Only your default Call-to-action though – unless there’s a setting I’ve missed!

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    • Lilach Bullock

      Thanks Andrew. Yes it’s great to see that they work with a whole load of other apps. Makes it so much easier to use!

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  2. Sally Wilse

    Thanks, I have been looking for something like this. Thanks for the advice and the step by step

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    • Lilach Bullock

      My pleasure Sally, hope you find it useful 🙂

      Reply
  3. Chris hooker

    Thanks Lilach, that’s one I hadn’t heard of before I will certainly try it now.

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    • Lilach Bullock

      Thanks Chris, let me know how you get on with it 🙂

      Reply
  4. Terri Whitbread

    Thanks for this, I’ve never heard of this one. I’m going to give it a try!

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    • Lilach Bullock

      Awesome, let me know how you get on with it 🙂

      Reply
  5. Corina Ramos

    Hi Lilach,

    Thanks for telling us about Sniply and for showing us how to set it up. I hadn’t heard of this before but I will definitely check it out.

    Have a great day!
    Cori

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    • Lilach Bullock

      Hi Cori, my pleasure, hope you find it useful 🙂 Have an awesome day too!

      Reply
  6. Austin Halonen

    Yes, that’s great info Nemil. I didn’t know that eithe. I’m glad to know they’re still a good traffic source, though.

    Reply

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Lilach Bullock

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23 Mar, 2016

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