online-platforms-share-blog-postsWriting a blog post can offer your website or business some much-needed visibility. Once the post is live on your website, you need to share your blog posts with the rest of the world. Social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest, is a great place to start, but maybe you want to offer your blog more visibility beyond traditional methods. Read up on one or more of the platforms below to find out if any of them would be a good fit for you and your audience.

Email Newsletters

Your email subscribers are already familiar with you and your blog. They enjoy your content so much that they signed up to receive your blog posts by email. These are the people most likely to read and share your blog articles with others.

Email Signature

Create a unique email signature by adding a link to your blog here. You can use an email signature generator like Wise Stamp, or you can do it yourself in the email settings. When you send an email out to anyone, your unique email signature will automatically populate, getting your blog’s link in front of new people every day.


Medium is a blogging platform that is actively used by Internet marketers and professionals, as well as bloggers who share personal experiences. You can submit your stories to the website, along with a link to the original blog article or website.


Feedly is a news aggregator that pulls web content all onto one platform for easy viewing by its audience. You simply choose the topics you are interested in and every new post in that topic will be automatically shared with the Feedly community. Users can also share articles on social media which means a higher possibility for organic growth.


Quora is one of the most popular Q & A websites available. Anyone can post a question and anyone can leave an answer. When you leave a reply, you can also leave a link to your blog article or website. This allows the reader to click on it for more information.

Do you share your blog articles using any of these methods? If not, which one would you be most likely to try first?