62 + Places to
Distribute Your SaaS Content
Putting a lot of energy into producing high-end content for your SaaS company? Learn how to distribute your content for the widest reach possible.
Where & How To Distribute Your SaaS Content?
At WhalePages we’re big believers in the power of content (and value marketing in general) to help SaaS Companies grow. We recently published a post on the topic of our favorite SaaS marketing strategies and in that post content marketing took center stage. However, today we want to talk about what to do with content after you’ve invested the time in producing it. Below you will find a growing list of platforms to distribute your SaaS blog content on, as well as a free distribution template you can use to help keep your distribution efforts organized. You’re welcome! ✊
Social Media (Facebook)
Various Facebook groups where you can engage in conversations and share content.
WhalePages SaaS Growth Strategies: Join this group and share ideas about scaling SaaS companies.
SaaS Growth Hacks: A community for SaaS CEOs and Founders
SaaS Products & Marketing: Network of Software as a Service founders and executives.
SaaS Founders & Execs: Meet other SaaS entrepreneurs and learn from each others experiences.
SaaS Revolutionaries: A Facebook group by SaaStock with a focus on helping SaaS entrepreneurs succeed.
SaaS Breakthrough: A community for SaaS founders to share information and provide support.
Social Media (LinkedIn)
Various LinkedIn groups where you can engage in conversations and share content.
Whale Pages SaaS Growth Group: A LinkedIn group dedicated to helping SaaS entrepreneurs.
Cloud & SaaS Startups: A LinkedIn group for topics related to cloud computing and SaaS startups.
SaaS Marketing University: A group for discussion on topics relating to SaaS marketing.
Software as a Service Group: A general Software as a Service discussion group.
SaaS Professionals: A LinkedIn group for SaaS professionals to share ideas.
SaaS Sales Professionals: A linkedIn group with a focus on SaaS sales.
Various question and answer sites where you can engage in conversations and share content.
Quora (SaaS Startups Topic): Follow topics on Quora relating to SaaS development and entrepreneurship.
Quora Spaces (Everything SaaS): A Quora Space related to all topics that have to do with SaaS.
Quora Spaces (SaaS Marketing): A Quora Space related to topics that deal with SaaS marketing.
Yahoo Answers: Look through Yahoo Answers for questions relating to your SaaS product.
Super User: A question and answer site for computer entousiasts. Lots of SaaS related content.
Answers: A general Q&A site with lots of niche specific questions. Search around and see what they have.
Slant: Almost 3 million product searches / month. It might be worth adding your product.
Answeree: An expert Q&A community with lots of technical question and answer opportunities.
Various microblogging platforms where you can engage in conversations and share content.
Medium: Medium can be used to reporpose your blog content into different formats.
Tumblr: A microblogging and social networking website where people can share content and connect.
Wix: A blogging platform that can also be used as a microblogging platform to repurpose content.
Google Sites: A google product similar to Wix which allows people to easy create and manage websites.
Blogger: Another blogging platform you can use to repurpose blog content from your blog to share on Blogger.
Twitter: A social networking platform which allows users to share content and connect.
Various social bookmarking sites where you can curate and share content.
Mix: A pesonalized social bookmarking and discovery platform that allows users to share content.
Scoop.it: Another personalizled content discovery platform where you can share your content.
Flipboard: A magazine syle social bookmarking site that allows you to organize and share your SaaS blog content.
Paper.li: Another magazine style social bookmarking site that allows you to share content on their platform.
Zest.is: A marketing focused discovery platform. They only accept around 1% of content.
PearlTrees: A platform that allows you to share your content and discover other content in your niche.
Pocket: A content bookmarking and curation platform that allows you to share your best content.
Folkd: A social bookmarking website that allows you to share content with your friends.
Biz Sugar: A business platform popular with entrepreneuers that allows you to submit articles.
Feedly: Organize, read and share content that matters to use. Feedly is a popular content curation platform.
Instapaper: Allows you to easily save web content to be viewed or shared later.
Linkagogo: An online bookmarking and favorites manager that’s been around since 2001.
Listly: A great social lists platform that allows you to create listicles of your best content.
MetaFilter: A popular general interest community webblog that hosts a huge assorment of content related to SaaS.
Engage in community discussions and share relevant content with forums users.
Stack Overflow: The largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their programming knowledge, and build their careers.
Stack Exchange: Stack Exchange is a network of question-and-answer websites on topics in diverse fields
Hacker News: A social news website focusing on computer science and entrepreneurship.
DZone: Programming, Web Development, and DevOps news, tutorials and tools for beginners to experts.
Slashdot: Slashdot is a social news website that originally billed itself as “News for Nerds. Stuff that Matters”.
Reddit (SaaS): Discussions and useful links for SaaS owners, online business owners, and more.
Reddit (Startups): /r/startups is a great place to discuss startup problems and solutions.
Growth Hackers: High quality trending articles on growth hacking, marketing channels, user acquisition, engagement, product launch and more.
Indie Hackers: Real stories, advice, and revenue numbers from the founders of profitable businesses
Repurpose blog content for visual platforms and gain traffic and links.
Instagram: A simple, fun & creative way to capture, edit & share photos, videos & messages with friends & family.
Imgur: Imgur is an American online image sharing community and image host
Flickr: Flickr is an image hosting service and video hosting service. It was created by Ludicorp in 2004.
Pinterest: Discovery of information on the World Wide Web using images and, on a smaller scale, GIFs and videos.
Dribble: Dribbble is a self-promotion and networking platform for digital designers.
4Chan: A simple image-based bulletin board where anyone can post comments and share images anonymously.
Archive: A non-profit digital library offering free universal access to books, movies & music, as well as 406 billion archived web pages.
Slideshare: Discover, Share, and Present presentations and infographics with the world’s largest professional content sharing community.
Speakerdeck: Simply upload your slides as a PDF, and we’ll turn them into a beautiful online experience.
A few other places you can talk about your SaaS company and reference your content.
Product Hunt: Product Hunt is a website that lets users share and discover new products.
Betalist: Provides an overview of upcoming internet startups. Discover and get early access to the future.
Betapage: Community of tech lovers and early adopters. Browse, search or submit your product or startup.
HARO: Connecting journalists and bloggers with relevant expert sources to meet journalists’ demanding deadlines.