Online marketing and blogging is built around content and traffic. If you don’t have traffic you can’t sell products, and if you don’t have content you can’t get people to come back to your website. For those looking for a better way of getting their content out to the public, pingler.com is it.
Pingler is a relatively new way of connecting your blog content across the web and sending it out for everyone to consume. It has over 80 different servers that your blog posts will be sent to. Every time you update your blog or post a new video, pingler pings those servers and notifies them about your new content. It also updates search engines and lets them know that you have posted new content. Pingler basically acts as a middleman sounding out the notification that your blog has fresh content.
Once you understand how Pingler works, you probably will want to know how to use it for your business. The key factor about it is that it increases exposure of your blog which brings more traffic to your blog. Traffic leads to sales and repeat customers. Once you get the traffic to your site, you can do as you wish and sell them your product. In addition to exposure, new backlinks to your website will be created which helps you get better search engine rankings and a higher Google PR value. All of this is as simple as the stroke of a mouse or keyboard. Simply submit your content and let pingler do the rest of the work.
If you want to consider using pingler, consider a few factors. It is low cost ($2.99 a month), it reaches out to over 80 servers, or you can choose which specific ones you want pinged (up to 25), and it will undoubtedly increase the traffic to your site. As a business you want people to know who you are and how to contact you. Pingler is like adding lights and arrows pointing directly at your business, while your competitors wait for individual backlinks and the occasional serious customer to visit their site. On the whole, it is a great tool and should be used by every business looking to promote its blog and get new customers.
Co-written by Peter Geisheker and Alanna Monical