Share Content. Drive Traffic.

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Who's Using Sniply

Sniply allows you to share other people’s content and still easily bring them back to your own content.

Michael Stelzner Social Media Examiner

With Sniply, you can promote someone else’s site while driving traffic back to your own.

Neil Patel KISSmetrics

Boost Website Traffic

When sharing content, use Sniply to attach a message to the page itself. You can include a link back to your own website, Kickstarter campaign, Eventbrite page, Shopify cart, Amazon product and more!

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Increase Social Media ROI

You share great articles all the time—from Forbes, Mashable, TechCrunch, Buzzfeed, New York Times, etc. Instead of just sharing the article as it is, Sniply helps you turn your followers into users and customers.

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Get Signups and Subscribers

Sniply lets you include a signup opportunity within every piece of content you share across social media. You can attach a simple signup form that connects to your mailing list and rapidly grow your newsletter.

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Leverage Viral Content

When sharing viral content like YouTube videos or SlideShare presentations, you can use Sniply to embed them directly into your own website with the click of a button. This drives the virality back to you!

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Michael Stelzner

Founder of Social Media Examiner
World's Largest Social Media Magazine

What if there was a way that you could share content to other people’s stuff and still easily bring them back to your own content, with little or no effort.

I know it sounds like a pipe dream, but with this brand new tool, it is very very easy to do and it’s shockingly cool.

It’s called Sniply.

Neil Patel

Founder of KISSmetrics and Crazy Egg
Customer Intelligence & Web Analytics

When you share someone else’s link, you are driving traffic to their site and generating no traffic in return. That kind of blows.

What if I told you that every time you promote someone else’s site, you can actually drive more traffic back to your site?

It starts with a cool social tool called Sniply.