Make a web of links to your posts and you will get a lot of new readers. Blogspreading is a small free utility, which automatically appends a link to the latest post in your blog to your e-mail signature. This will easily catch the recipients' interest and convert them to the readers of your blog.
All e-mail clients allow automatic adding of a signature to outgoing message. If you use an e-mail signature, it probably contains your name, address and a link to your blog. People who read your letters of course see your link. But why do you think that they will be interested in something like "my blog: [url removed] This is a boring, dry, absolutely uninteresting line, which most people automatically skip.
Blogspreading will make your signature live for you. A good headline will surely interest more people than a clear url. Let them discover that there is something interesting in your blog even before they open it in browser. Just catch their interest and you will get new visitors and possibly regular readers. In addition, your signature is automatically changed after each new post added to your blog: if the recipient didn't like yesterday's title, maybe he will be interested in a new one?
- Makes your signature attention-catching by appending it with the title of the last post in your blog and a link to it.
- Updates the signature every time when a new post is added, so your recipients always see a new interesting link
- Assists your SEO. If you write to mailing lists, your letters are usually indexed by search engines. Now, instead of the identical link to the root of your site again and again, the search engine crawlers will find a lot of links to internal pages.
Blogspreading is completely free. Install it now and watch the number of visitors growing.
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Recent Changes: Version 1.0
First public release
Install Support: Install and Uninstall
Supported Languages: English
Additional Requirements: Computer :)
PAD file URL: http://blogspreading.com/download/blogspreading.xml