How To Use Listicles To Create Content For Your Blog Or Website

Sotiris  —  July 10, 2017 — 2 Comments

How To Use Listicles To Create Content For Your Blog Or Website

There are of course lots of different ways of creating content for your blog or website starting with good old content writing, vlogging or video blogging,podcasting,using infographics,reviews of products or services but one that has become pretty popular recently is listicles.

How To Use Listicles To Create Content For Your Blog Or Website

A listicle is a useful list of content urls from different resources like blogs and  websites.

The great thing about listicles is that if you choose your articles wisely often the content is way superior to another blog post and often goes viral too. 

Today I have decided to do a short listicle type article and will create a list of interesting posts or resources from my blogs and websites and a few other bloggers that I think you will find useful 🙂

Enjoy ..

 

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How To Use Listicles To Create Content For Your Blog Or Website

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2 responses to How To Use Listicles To Create Content For Your Blog Or Website

  1. I am new to the concept of listicles but you have aroused my interest. I am wondering however if using the url of some one else’s post to construct your blog wont be construed as plagiarism, or even duplicate content. The ways of promoting your website is astoundingly endless.
    Thanks to you i will be exploring this area of blogging further

    • I find it is quite the opposite Everton, here is an email I received yesterday about a Listicle from Canva  “Hey Sotiris, I just wanted to reach out and say “thanks” for mentioning Canva in your article:http://buildingabetterblog.com/20-ways-drive-traffic-website We really, really appreciate it. I’m reaching out today to ask if you could add a link back to our site (https://www.canva.com/templates/posters/quote/). That way, people can easily find us when reading your article. Either way, thanks for the shout out and keep up the great work! Thanks, Kate “

      Firstly by doing Listicles and choosing to share great content you are more likely to have viral shared posts.  Secondly each listicle has a link to a product,service or blog/website that you are promoting for them for free. Generating them more backlinks, customers,views,subscribers and possibly sales. 

      It is infringing on copyright or copy and paste people’s content word for word without their permission. But I am pretty sure that sharing a valuable url or web link is harmless. Unless copy and pasting a list of links off someone’s websites word for word without their express permission. 

      There sure is a lot of ways to promote stuff online that’s for sure Everton 🙂 

      Thanks for your comment 🙂 

      Sotiris Bassakaropoulos

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