Social Guerilla BOOST – the Synnd Software & Content Syndication

Social Media Guerilla will boost your Synnd software!

Social Media Guerilla will boost your Synnd software!

If you have been trying to make sense of Social Media Marketing you’ve probably figured out that it takes A LOT OF TIME to create enough traffic through blogging, social bookmarking, twitter, etc…

And it can be very frustrating – you spend an hour or so writing a blog post (after setting up your blog), submit it to Digg, Twitter, Facebook, blah blah blah… And you get 30 visits. Maybe one comment.

This may be okay if all you want is your family to come look at your blog, but it is UNACCEPTABLE for a good Guerilla. Seriously, are you going to win any battles with 30 visits?

Well, another Guerillero, with a lot more social war experience than you and me together, ran into this very same issue  – and did something about it.

He figured out that the most successful social media warriors had TONS of friends – and those friends were actively replicating their content, retweeting, digging, embedding, etc… He learned the secret of the social viral effect.

Content Syndication

You put “social viral effect” in fancy terms using Content Syndication – it means other people spreading your content (video, article, post, tweet) throughout the net. It’s the most effective form of social guerilla, as effective as word of mouth.

With that said, what that experienced Guerillero did was put together a software that gathered all of the content from his closed community of friends, posted on a bunch of different social sites, and voted on each one of them in order to make them popular.

Genious, right? The software completely eliminated the time it took to bookmark your post to delicious, digg, reddit, twitter, facebook… And boosted that social bookmarking with AUTOMATIC actions that would bump your content up.

The Synnd Software

Synnd works in a simple way: You post your video/post/article like you’d normally do. Then you tell the software what you want it to do – bookmark it, tweet it, or “vote it” (on services like Digg and Reddit). You can pick all of them if you want.

The software then publishes that new “job” to the entire community, and automatically gets other users to perform the “job” you selected. Within a couple of days, your content was bookmarked several times in several different services, which results in:

More traffic (from those social services) – More backlinks (Google indexes “popular” content faster) – Even more traffic (from Google).

Just like magic – you’re back to writing good content, which is the real money-maker, and let the software do its thing.

Today, the software is in Beta testing and a handful of guerilleros are being accepted.

I’m one of those – and you can be too.

Sign up for a test drive of SYNND here

10 Responses to Social Guerilla BOOST – the Synnd Software & Content Syndication
  1. Seo freelancer

    Honestly, I find social media networking a lot of work and also an exhausting undertaking to pursue regularly before you even find positive results with your efforts. Tools such as these makes everything so convenient for those who know how to use them.

  2. Annett

    Synnd is a great concept and I have been a member for over one year now. The only thing is that it is still in its early stages and often distributes campaigns very slowly. I hope that upgrade and bug fixes will finally get it to a point that it becomes effective enough to handle the load.

  3. TheGuerillero

    Wow… Synnd has been around for at least 3 years. If you think they’re in early stages, maybe they still have a lot of work to do. Back when I used it, it worked well for its purpose. I even wrote an article about the backlinks I was getting using it: Social Bookmarking and Backlinks. Perhaps I should log back into the system and check it out 😉

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    Hello! Do you know if they make any plugins to protect against hackers?

    I’m kinda paranoid about losing everything I’ve
    worked hard on. Any tips?

  6. TheGuerillero

    Hi Lorenza, for Android, I’d suggest (AVG). But to be totally honest I wouldnt be too worried about hacker attacks on your phone.

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