November 2020 Update: Missinglettr started a new feature called PostBox, a premium feature.
I find the play of words on “letter” using the new name, PostBox is creative.
I haven’t explored PostBox yet, but I plan to. Stay tuned for more Missinglettr news!
Are you publishing blog posts but not getting the attention or traffic you need?
Are there just not enough hours in the day for you to promote any longer?
Are your posts starting to become sub par because your energy is spread too thin?
If you can relate, you need Missinglettr, the social media automation tool.
The company provides a service that will drive traffic to your website for an entire year from social media sites.
This service creates strategic, unique automated social media campaigns.
For an entire year, Missinglettr will promote your post links for you on the social media site of your choosing.
This results in new eyes on your content throughout the year.
What do you do during that year? Nothing! The folks over at Missinglettr do it all.
Use Missinglettr, and more traffic, exposure, and social media growth await you.
You might wonder how much this helpful service costs.
You pay for convenience right?
Guess again. The pricing plan starts at zero!
That’s right. One year of having other people promote your content for you on social media will cost you absolutely nothing.
It’s true. You can use Missinglettr’s service for free.
Reap the benefits while the company promotes your posts. This tutorial will tell you how you can start today.
Can we keep it real?
I have a confession.
I have a list of hashtags relevant to my content on my phone.
I’ve been compiling the list for three years.
The reason is clear: When I retweet the links to my posts on Twitter, I need to use relevant hashtags so people interested in my content can find my articles.
These hashtags result in more traffic for me. Win-win.
So, what’s the problem?
I have squandered the time it took me to collect those hashtags.
I recently discovered Missinglettr, an automated social media tool that collects relevant hashtags for me.
In addition, Missinglettr shows me how many retweets my article will get if I use those hashtags.
Did someone say crystal ball?
If anyone has one, the folks over at Missinglettr do.
Missinglettr is a popular social media automation tool for bloggers.
This service promotes your posts for you on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+.
Check out these stats: The company has only been available to the general public since early 2016. In just a year and a half, they have made over 30,000 orders.
Benjamin Dell is the founder of Missinglettr. The company is his brainchild.
I interviewed Ben and inquired as to the mystery behind the name of the service. He responded, “We see our tool as being the missing piece of the jigsaw for most bloggers.”
Why You Need Missinglettr
- First, you’ll save time promoting your content. Missinglettr is completely automated. The company does the promotion for you. You do nothing except approve the promotion and enjoy the advantages of the service.
- You’ll also save the time it takes to create the social media posts you need to promote your content. Missinglettr creatively composes your social media promotion for you.
- Next, Missinglettr will save you time with hashtag research. Let the service empower you with the knowledge you need to rock social media.
- On Twitter, Missingletter boosts the odds of you getting exposure and traffic due to the number of retweets listed next to each hashtag they suggest for your post.
- If you are a marketer, you can use Missinglettr for social media marketing. The service creates strategic, automatic social campaigns for your content.
- Missinglettr is user-friendly. It’s easy and quick to set up.
- The service makes sure your time zone is correct. Even though the internet never sleeps, this further enhances your traffic potential. If the majority of your audience is asleep in certain parts of the world, Missingletter won’t promote for you then.
- Ben and his partner answer all communications promptly. Need help? They’re there for you.
For all these reasons, you are in good hands with Missinglettr.
How Missinglettr Works
Missinglettr monitors your blog 24/7. When you publish an article, Missinglettr automatically creates a year’s worth of social media updates, pre-filled with quotes from your content.
To start using Missinglettr, all you need to do is provide the URL to your blog. Once entered, the service then starts monitoring your blog for new blog posts you publish. Each blog post you publish will get its own social marketing campaign created for it.
I published an SEO post about structured data. Four minutes later, look at the email I received:
I clicked the Review/Reject Campaign button.
Look: Missinglettr is a true social media manager. Your own virtual assistant!
On the left, Missinglettr is giving you social media tips: how many hashtags to use.
On the right: notice relevant hashtags are listed. Your days of researching hashtags relevant to your content are over!
The company is telling me if I use the hashtag #understand in my tweet, I will receive 12 retweets! Talk about exposure!
If you prefer, you can type in your own hashtag choice.
Look: The top of the screenshot says I have 11 campaigns waiting for me.
The truth is I wanted to choose a different blog post for Missinglettr to promote on social media for me.
I clicked “11 Campaigns.”
This screenshot shows the 11 campaigns they’ve already made for me:
The service made 8 before my recent publication and 3 since.
Hmmm… with 11 blog posts to choose from, choosing one is a tough choice.
However, the August 9 selection resonated with readers and received high page views. The post also contains a video which will keep readers on my site longer. I will click “Review Campaign” for the 3 Proven Ways to Easily Increase Keyword Rankings article.
Again, I see the instructions and hashtag choices for this particular article. However, this time the company is telling me if I use #Follows, I will receive 242 retweets! Are you even kidding me? I can’t get over my good fortune finding this service.
Note: All these hashtags will be used unless I manually delete them.
Missinglettr spends 1 solid year retweeting this post for me. People will tune out the promotion if they consistently see the same message.
During the course of the year, Missinglettr will vary my post promotion with these different hashtags.
Notice, you can click the trash icon to the right of the hashtag if you want to remove any of the hashtags from being used in your post’s promotion.
I removed “comment,” and then clicked “Ok, let’s review content.”
Instructions appeared on the screen to give me reassurance that my year-long promotion was ready to start.
You might wonder why Missinglettr needs a year to promote your posts for you.
- As explained above, people will tune out a message if they see it too often.
- New people will arrive at the social media site over the year. You get new eyes in front of older posts with this service.
- Missinglettr will be promoting your other posts during the course of the year.
This method of slowly promoting your posts is called a “drip campaign.”
Look at what I saw after approving the hashtag selections:
The screenshot shows two of the days Missinglettr will promote my post: on days 3 and 7 of the drip campaign.
Notice the different text, differently ordered hashtags, and different graphics.
The company’s promotion of my article is like a slow drip of water, hence the term “drip campaign.”
During the course of the year, when the service promotes my article, it will choose from 9 different tweets with 29 different text suggestions and 20 graphic choices.
You might wonder how there can be 20 graphic choices if you didn’t upload 20 graphics to your article.
Relax! Ben and his crew take excerpts from your article and use them as graphics in addition to your pictures and screenshots.
Look at the arrows in the screenshot. You can choose from different images or content to go with your tweet. (I use Missinglettr with my Twitter account.)
Suppose you want to upload a new photo for use with the tweet or other social media post? No problem!
Suppose you change your mind? Just start over.
Of the 9 selections I was given for tweets, I chose 8.
Missinglettr notified me when my campaign would start. It asked if I had any time-sensitive data.
You might wonder why this is pertinent. If my content isn’t evergreen, and is only relevant in certain seasons, I wouldn’t want it to run after the season I was blogging about. In this case, I’d type in a “stop date.”
I clicked “Activate Campaign.” Missinglettr responded letting me know my campaign was set for the date I chose to begin.
Missinglettr Works, and Here’s Your Proof!
When I read the list of hashtags the Missinglettr crew listed as being relevant to my content, I scoffed.
Relevant sure, but effective? Would these result in clicks from Twitter users? Doubtful. I was cynical.
Recently, I published a post about readers’ experiences when they come to your blog. On the list of relevant hashtags I was sent were the hashtags #reader and #important.
#Reader? #Important? Who would go to Twitter’s search bar and type that? No one. I was certain. #Important isn’t even a noun. I assumed people search for information about things. I was quite the skeptic.
Ben and his crew made a believer out of me. Are you ready for these statistics?
I don’t know about you, but I have never received 52 clicks from one tweet before.
As you can see, I used the two hashtags Missinglettr reported would result in an increase in clicks for my tweet.
Therefore, I know without a doubt following Missinglettr’s suggestions resulted in this favorable result.
Look at the retweets. The two retweets resulted in a potential reach of 27,300 for me.
These statistics are proof that Missinglettr’s service works.
Missinglettr’s price structure depends on various factors.
For example, how many social profiles do you want to connect?
How many promotions are you interested in?
The price structure starts at $0. It’s true!
You can choose two blog posts promoted on one social media site each month for absolutely free. Again, those two blog posts will continue to be promoted all year by the service.
Want more perks? You can win them!
If you put the Missinglettr banner on your website, you can win prizes. These include a discount, an additional social media site, or an additional campaign each week.
Harleena Singh is a happy user of Missinglettr.
“Indeed, it solves much of your daily problems. If not completely relieve you of the social promotion duties (because that’s pretty complicated and there’s no end to it), it certainly takes some load off your shoulder (and brain too!) Missingletter uses a technology that cleverly processes the natural language in your blog post and creates a unique social marketing campaign.”
Are You Ready to Sign Up?
In closing, I am a happy user of Missinglettr. I read about this service and signed up. When I think about all the time it will save me going forward, I’m overjoyed.
Also, the technology really does make me believe they must have a crystal ball or at least technology that does the work of one.
When surveyed, bloggers reported their fondest desires are traffic and time.
Missinglettr helps you get both.
You get traffic when they promote your website content with your links.
You get the time it would have taken you to research relevant hashtags, write and schedule the tweet, and retweet on Twitter or promote on another social media site.
Ben and his partners do all that for you, and you can have all this for free since the lowest price is a free account.
People say, “In life, you get what you pay for.” Not here.
Their service is the service that keeps on giving– all year long.
What can you do in that time you will save? Create quality blog posts and interact with your readers, of course.
Missinglettr is not too good to be true. I know. I use it and am excited by it. Sign up today.
Readers: This guide should make it clear how beneficial Missinglettr is for you and other bloggers and marketers. Please share so other content creators know about how helpful Missinglettr can be.
I look forward to your views in the comments section: What are your thoughts? Do you think you might try Missinglettr?
UPDATE: April 2019
The Missinglettr service added link shorteners. Click here for more information about Missinglettr’s new feature.