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How to grow your blog audience

Since I started my website and blog, I was always worried about growing my audience. Despite my sharing efforts, mainly on Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin, I just got a couple of hundreds of views per post, mainly from my contacts.

How can my posts reach readers beyond my social circles? In the age of collaborative economy making a huge impact on most sectors, there has be a solution of bloggers helping bloggers to promote their posts and grow their respective audiences.

Copromly is a web a web app that makes use of collaborative growth to provide bloggers with a 10-fold audience reach in their social campaigns.

If you are a blogger who wants to promote a blog post for free, the process is quite simple:
1) You submit your post to Copromly
2) Copromly provides you with a magazine featuring your post and presenting some posts from other bloggers.
3) Other bloggers promote their magazines. Some of them show your post.
4) You promote your magazine (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, E-mail campaigns, Google+)

Thanks to step 3, for every view of your magazine Cogrowly is able to provide you with 10 views of your post in other bloggers' magazines. This is the magazine that is automatically created for this post.

My experience with Copromly has been been incredibly successful so far. My posts have literally doubled their views and the audience is benefiting from other blogger's social power.

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