A way for authors to get more exposure
Let’s face it! The internet is so fast paced that it is easy for your wonderful information to get lost among all the memes posted on your friends’ and followers’ social media feeds. How are you supposed to get anyone to see what you are talking about with all this chatter going on? Some people might resort to paying for Facebook Ads or Google Ads to get exposure, but who wants to click on an ad nowadays. With all of these users using these social media sites and the limits they have put on the users to get exposure might leave you wondering if your posts are even getting seen. That is why my team and I have created HeadTalker for you to use to help get your content more exposure online!
What is HeadTalker? HeadTalker is the only 100% free crowdspeaking platform in the world that can help take your message viral! Think of a HeadTalker campaign as an all-or-nothing crowdfunding campaign but instead of your supporters contributing money, they contribute their social media voice. You select the time and date you want your message and link to be shared by your supporters. Once your campaign is successful, your message and link are posted by all of your supporters simultaneously through all of their their own individual social media accounts. This helps you break the algorithms set by the social media sites which allows your post to be seen and shared by more people.
HeadTalker does need authorization by you to post the message on your social media account so please don’t worry about messages being posted that you did not support. HeadTalker only stores a token that is given by the social networks over a secure connection to allow for the post to be made one time. This means that the only posts that will be displayed on your social media account are from the campaigns that you personally support. The social media sites have created the APIs that we are approved to use which means they already have knowledge and access to your account information. Our site only stores the minimum amount of permissions for the site to function properly for the people who use our site.