Step 2: Distributing your article
Here are just some examples of websites where it’s great to share your content:
● Slideshare: If you turn your written content into a powerpoint slide you can share it on
Slideshare for people to read.
● Zest.is: : Suggest your article on the platform and if approved, you will be featured on
● Medium: if you aren’t currently using Medium, you should. It’s another channel that is
becoming very popular for most industries. I suggest using this platform to talk about
your journey throughout your week and what you learned. People gravitate to stories
and it lets you create quick content to share. (dive deeper into this in our next guide)
● Google News: If you are consistent with your posts and have created quality content so
far, getting featured on Google news is the next step.
● Find Resource Pages, or called Link Roundups
○ Here are a few strings of text you can enter in Google to find opportunities of
websites to link from.
○ “Keyword” + inurl:links
○ “Keyword” + “helpful resources”
○ “Keyword” + “useful resources”
○ “Keyword” + “useful links”
● Facebook Groups
○ Engagement Groups: Join many Facebook groups that have an “engagement
day” - this is where the members post their content pieces and others engage
with them if they are relevant.
○ Company Channels: Join niche Facebook groups where the members will find
value from your content. For example, let’s say you wrote an article about your
amazing trip to China. By doing a simple Facebook search, I was able to find a
niche facebook group with members who would be sure to read the story.