Ways to Post to Lots of Web 2.0 Sites Simultaneously?

by KenTheriot 14 replies
I have around 30 web 2.0 sites set up to link back to my authority site. I use Posterous to update 8 or 9 of these with one single post. But for the other 20+ sites (not included in Posterous or Ping.fm) I am stuck manually posting.

Do folks have suggestions as to how I might post to these other sites more efficiently?

Thanks!

Ken
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  • Profile picture of the author Kurt
    Depends on what sites they are...

    Does www.pixelpipe.com include them? If not, it has about 110 sites, you may want to set up accounts that can be automated...

    Do they import/export RSS in any way?

    Can they be updated by email?
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  • Profile picture of the author BradBergeron
    SEnuke can post to lots of W2.0 sites automatically, though the fee is a little bit hefty.
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  • Profile picture of the author kizp
    ive never used it, but alot of ppl praise onlywire.com
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    • Profile picture of the author tsgeric
      OnlyWire recently went to a tiered payment model where you still get a certain amount of free postings a month (300), but after that it is paid. There was something like that before, but now it is more severe. So I think people looking for free services are drifting away from OnlyWire, to services like Ping.fm.
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      • Profile picture of the author Tim Franklin
        Originally Posted by tsgeric View Post

        OnlyWire recently went to a tiered payment model where you still get a certain amount of free postings a month (300), but after that it is paid. There was something like that before, but now it is more severe. So I think people looking for free services are drifting away from OnlyWire, to services like Ping.fm.

        Yes, I tested out OnlyWire, and found that the result, was not really that good, I mean perhaps it serves some purpose, I was even using the paid option, but saw little or no real value to using the service, this is an interesting topic.

        Because, there are so many of these "social" websites out there, and if you just knew which ones would "produce results" then you could focus on the the right websites to post to, so far, only wire was a big disappointment.
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  • Profile picture of the author socialdude
    I agree with belgianguy , I use ping.fm on all my sites
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    • Profile picture of the author Kurt
      Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

      Depends on what sites they are...

      Does www.pixelpipe.com include them? If not, it has about 110 sites, you may want to set up accounts that can be automated...

      Do they import/export RSS in any way?

      Can they be updated by email?
      Originally Posted by belgianguy View Post

      You can do this with ping.fm. Just sent the link from your authority site (or the rss feed from it) to ping.fm and it will automatically update all your web2.0 properties.
      Hellotxt.com is another service that does this.
      Originally Posted by socialdude View Post

      I agree with belgianguy , I use ping.fm on all my sites
      Ping.fm is great. But www.pixelpipe.com includes Ping.fm, plus a lot of additional sites.

      I suggest once you're done setting up Ping.fm to head over to pixelpipe.com.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
    WPSyndicator is a plugin that sends posts to your web 2.0 sites - although it only sends a paragraph with a link back to your site, but it is quite good.
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  • Profile picture of the author Angela Lanctot
    I'm learning more and more from the great people here. I'm now going to be busy signing up for some accounts it seems. I like the ease of use that pixelpipe gives. Thanks community for yet another useful post.
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  • Profile picture of the author kevinw1
    Does pixelpipe let you have different sets of "pipes" for different niches, or do you need to have a separate account for each niche if you want to keep them separate?
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  • Profile picture of the author belgianguy
    I looked at pixelpipe. It looks very interesting, the only thing I can't seem to find is how to automatically post (eg. import my rss feed or something else that would autopost my blogposts)
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