Lisa loves helping others to thrive online through Social Media, Blogging, and SEO. What good is knowledge if you cannot share it with others? She has 30+ years of experience in marketing/advertising with 10 years of experience in content marketing, social media, blogging, and SEO. You can purchase her eBook about Twitter on Amazon, or take her Instagram class on Udemy.

  • Thanks, Lisa, for this thorough introduction to Viral Content Bee. I’m not very familiar with this app but now feel much more confident and intrigued to check it out.

    • Hi Amanda, You would love it! It is easy to share others relevant content and then get shares back. I hope to see you there 🙂 Have a great rest of the day!

  • Hello Lisa
    I knew about Viral content buzz,but had not heard about it or saw any reviews. I have Just retweet. After reading your review I think I definitely will sign up. Would you do the free or Pro version initially? Or do you think it would increase social shares and be as effective as Just retweet?
    Thanks for sharing and the short video.

    • Hi Darrell, welcome to Inspire to Thrive. I would start with the free and get used to it. If you want to be seen more then go towards the paid. You can cance at anytime. It also gives shares to FB, Google+ and Pinterest. I did grow my Pinterest following with Viral Content Buzz. Thanks for coming by and have a good day.

  • Hey Lisa,

    Thanks for sharing this! I currently only use buffer, but this new solution looks promising. I’m going to download it now.

    By the looks of your shares, you’re someone I need to continue to learn from!

    Off to share on social media now.

    Keep up the good work.

  • I knew about viral content buzz and triberr but never thought of using it. After reading your post, I think I should give it a try. And I agree stumble upon gives traffic but the bounce rate is always high so it makes no sense to get that traffic.

    • Hi Sagar, welcome to Inspire to Thrive – After doing the Pro Version I think if you share enough stuff you may not need it but no harm in trying it for a month or longer, easy to cancel. The FREE version works great as long as you are willing to share others across the networks. Thanks for coming by and have a great week.

  • I’ve just started using Twitter for promoting my new website. I’ve a lot to learn about social media marketing and I’m glad I’ve found your site. I’m already starting to learn about new techniques such as using Stumbleupon. What do you recommend a new website like mine concentrates on initially? 😛

    • Hi Mark, I’m not a big fan of Stumble Upon – let me explain. It gives your website a high bounce rate which negatively can impact your SEO efforts. Stumble Upon is not really targeted and is a miss mash. I see you are using Facebook and Google – just getting started. I would keep to the three Facebook, Twitter and Google til you grow them a bit then move on to Pinterest, YouTube and LinkedIn. I don’t see a place to sign up for emails from your blog to get your latest posts or an RSS feed. That would be great to have too. Collecting emails for email campaign is crucial too.
      I hope that helps and welcome to Inspire to Thrive Mark. Have a great day.

      • Thanks for the advice Lisa. Once I get a few more articles on the site, I will start researching how to let my readers subscribe to stay up-to-date. I can’t wait to start getting into YouTube as well. ~Mark

  • Hey Lisa,

    This is a great semi-review 🙂

    I have considering the pro-version for one of my websites and your review gave me more information that will help me make a decision 🙂

    • Thanks Yuvraj, welcome to Inspire to Thrive. I just got rid of my Pro version, the owner never came by to comment on this when I asked to clarify a few things. You can cancel at anytime but it’s a great way to get a shot in the arm on shares, comments and views. I still would recommend it with knowing you can cancel at anytime.

  • Hi Lisa, I believe Viral Content Buzz is good for blog posts. I used to have a lot of visitors from social shares but I am not able to moneytize them anyway. If I could moneytize my website properly $20 per month is reasonable to be used.

    • Hi Jammie, welcome to Inspire to Thrive. Have you been using Vial Content Buzz yourself now? Sometimes you have to invest a little to make money. It is so hard to start without it too. Thanks for coming by and commenting on this. Have yourself a wonderful day.

  • I find that Viral Content Buzz can give a good blog post a nice little push out into the world. Sometimes getting seen on the web is hard, and having a few extra shares gets things moving in the right direction, from there a good post can take off naturally and just keep going.

    • Hi Loretta, welcome to Inspire to Thrive. Yes, that is correct, an extra push is sometimes all we need with our blog posts and this does provide that. How long have you been using Viral Content Buzz for? Thanks for coming by and commenting on this one. Have a great day.

  • This is a wonderful share. Social share is one of the key thing in today’s blogging and I can see almost everyone is writing various tips & tricks to increase social engagement. This is one of the key criteria to build back link and rank content better.
    Keep up the good work.

    • Hi Santanu, thanks and welcome to Inspire to Thrive. Yes it is and this ViralContentBuzz makes it easier and spreads those shares further out into the internet. Have you tried using it yet?

  • Hey Lisa,

    I came to know about VCB few days back through a blogging friend.But yet to explore this platform.

    Social share count is surely a game changer in current time. And everyone wants to concentrate on increasing the social sharing of their content. Viral Content Buzz seems to be a great platform for the exposure of our posts that they are intended to get.

    Thanks for sharing your personal experience & the short video too. Take care.

    • Hi Manidipa, welcome to Inspire to Thrive. I hope you do check out Viral Content Buzz, it’s really easy to use and it does even increase subscribers to your blog. I found that out this morning as I sent out my email for this post. Another bonus 🙂 Thanks for coming by, let me know if you have any questions on it and have a great new week!

  • Hi Lisa,

    The social world isn’t my forte – but thanks to awesome minds like you, I’m picking up 🙂 I’ll certainly check up all the options you’ve mentioned and see that I stick to those that make the most sense.

    About bloggers: they come and go…certainly, it was a shock to see that Adrienne had quit. However, the rest of us who are still in this game have got to push on and enjoy things.

    Not so?

    Be certain to make the day great!

    Akaahan Terungwa

    • Hi Akaahan, long time no see 🙂 Glaad you are picking up. Yes, I was stunned to see her really good out completely and dive into another venture. I wish her the best. Let me know if you have further questions and have a great week there.

  • Hi Lisa,

    I’ve never tried VCB. I think I had a look at the instructions once and didn’t get any further. I’m happy using Triberr, JustRetweet and CoPromote at the moment, but I guess I should have another look at VCB.

    – David

    PS – I notice you have referral spam showing up in your Google Analytics screenshot. I have an article on that if you want to get rid of it or at least filter it out 🙂

    • Hi David, Viral Content Buzzz is a lot like JustRetweet. Let me know if you do take another look at it. Love to know your thoughts. Thanks for that tidbit and yes filtering it out is a good idea. I hope you have a great new week and thanks for coming by David.

  • Hello Lisa,
    Wow! Really good advice, thanks!

    This is great advice, but can I just ask the question, would this work on all website pages or just blog posts? Is it worth having social share buttons on all pages on a website?

    • Hi Sy, it’s really for blog posts. You can have share buttons on other pages too but just not as prominate. (Except the home page. Viral Content Buzz helps you to get others to share your posts and you share theirs….Thanks for coming by and have a great day!

  • Hi Lisa,

    I’ve joined Viral Content Buzz quite long time ago. After one day or so I closed my account. Something bothered me, but I don’t remember what was it 🙂

    From time to time I see a blog post about VCB and I say to myself that maybe things changed and I should try it again. I guess I’ll add it to my to do list.

    Thanks for your post and have a great weekend!

    • Hi Adrian, I’d love to know what bothered you there. It’s really a lot like JustRetweet but with more networks. Let me know if you jump back in and have yourself a wonderful weekend. Thank you for coming by and taking the time to comment.

      • Hi Lisa,

        Well, I joined it once again. While I don’t remember why I closed my account several years ago, I can tell you what I don’t like right now. Some of the things I don’t like:

        – there’s no Twitter chars counter
        – the user who submitted a blog post isn’t revealed
        – I cannot block the users I don’t want to share my content
        – I cannot set a minimum number of followers for the people sharing my content
        – my links are replaced/shortened (for no reason at all) by their URL shortening service
        – there is no preview for the Facebook shares, so I don’t know in advance whether the post looks good or bad
        – the process of sharing on Pinterest takes too long.

        • Hi Adrian, thanks for coming back with your input. I need more time to go over and respond intelligently. Is your first referring to Twitter share counter?

          • No, I’m referring to a characters counter. Like the one from Twitter’s compose box, like the one from JustRetweet, like the one from the Twitter sharing buttons installed on blogs, etc. Any Twitter tool has such a simple and useful option. Except for VCB.

            Counting the characters for the tweets is a must & a basic need.

  • Hi Lisa,

    What great info here, girl.

    I’m pretty interested in exploring Viral Content Buzz, even though I’m not the biggest Twitter user in the world.

    But you’re so right about the importance of social sharing, and yea, your shares get ranked just like a blog post.. haha… and we did all that work to rank a post.

    But the biggest thing is that you’ve got to be part of community, as our friend Adrienne always reminded us. And on that note, I still favor blog commenting over everything because it’s so personal. I write a comment like this and I know I’m talking to YOU, Lisa. It’s like writing a letter without having to buy a stamp.

    But, back to the VCB… I’ll check it out for sure, but I’ve got to tell you some of the things like this I’ve tried half-heartedly in the past took so much time to learn that I gave up on them. The cool little video walk-thru you included makes it look pretty simple, though, and you can even use it for FB too (plus SU and Pinterest).

    So this definitely looks like a keeper, my friend. Thanks for sharing with us, and I’ll share this in turn 🙂


    • Hi Donna, thank you. You do okay on Twitter Donna 🙂 Yes, the community is key as well. I’ve met a few new bloggers via this platform. Oh no, the poor post office Donna – no stamps needed!
      This one really is fairly simple and please reach out to me if you have any questions too. I like being able to share to my Facebook Page and Pinterest – I have gotten many more Pinterest followers due to using it more with this platform.
      You are welcome and I appreciate you taking the time to read and comment on this one Donna. Have yourself a wonderful weekend.

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