Content Distribution Channels: 39 Channels To Get 1,000 Visitors Today

Today you’re going to see the top content distribution channels you can use to get targeted traffic to your content.

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Filter through the list below to find the best channels to distribute content in your niche.

I want to distribute my content to people interested in:

I want content distribution channels that are:

STARTUPS

GrowthHackers


Startups

Free


GrowthHackers is a community of startup professionals who visit the site for high quality trending articles on growth hacking, marketing channels, user acquisition, engagement, product launches, and more.

You can post your content on GrowthHackers and people in the community will upvote the best growth articles to the top of the site for more people to see.

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Indie Hackers


Startups

Free


Indie Hackers is an online publication where entrepreneurs, developers, and bootstrappers share strategies and revenue numbers behind their companies. 

Indie Hackers encourages people to re-use their existing content on their platform where they will then leverage channels like their mailing list, community forum, and social media accounts to get your writing in front of their audience of startups.

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The Startup


Startups

Free


The Startup is Medium’s largest publication for makers. 

You can upload your content to Medium and submit a link to your unpublished article for it to be considered for distribution to The Startups 400k+ followers.

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What Channels Should You Promote Your Content On?

The ones that can drive targeted traffic to your content.

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To get started:

  1. Pick one channel from the list (relevant to your niche).
  2. Test promoting your content on that channel for ONE month.
  3. If it works, keep doing it. If not, come back here and try another one.

To keep yourself accountable, download my content distribution checklist and add one channel you’re going to try to the checklist.

Then let me know in the comments below right now:

What’s the one channel you’re going to try?

CONTENT
DISTRIBUTION SERIES

This is a four part series on Content Distribution.

Part 1: Strategy
Part 2: Platforms
Part 3: Channels
Part 4: Tools

STARTUPS

GrowthHackers


Startups

Free


GrowthHackers is a community of startup professionals who visit the site for high quality trending articles on growth hacking, marketing channels, user acquisition, engagement, product launches, and more.

You can post your content on GrowthHackers and people in the community will upvote the best growth articles to the top of the site for more people to see.

growth hackers post image

Indie Hackers


Startups

Free


Indie Hackers is an online publication where entrepreneurs, developers, and bootstrappers share strategies and revenue numbers behind their companies. 

Indie Hackers encourages people to re-use their existing content on their platform where they will then leverage channels like their mailing list, community forum, and social media accounts to get your writing in front of their audience of startups.

indie hackers publish article image

The Startup


Startups

Free


The Startup is Medium’s largest publication for makers. 

You can upload your content to Medium and submit a link to your unpublished article for it to be considered for distribution to The Startups 400k+ followers.

the startup submission form image

What Channels Should You Promote Your Content On?

The ones that can drive targeted traffic to your content.

content distribution targeted traffic image

To get started:

  1. Pick one channel from the list (relevant to your niche).
  2. Test promoting your content on that channel for ONE month.
  3. If it works, keep doing it. If not, come back here and try another one.

To keep yourself accountable, download my content distribution checklist and add one channel you’re going to try to the checklist.

Then let me know in the comments below right now:

What’s the one channel you’re going to try?

CONTENT
DISTRIBUTION SERIES

This is a four part series on Content Distribution.

Part 1: Strategy
Part 2: Platforms
Part 3: Channels
Part 4: Tools

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