Linkdip Becomes Dizzle; Amplifies Social Media With More Tweets, Likes and Shares

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dizzle's platform helps Internet marketers, bloggers, social media pros and online businesses get significantly more links and shares across Facebook, twitter, Google+ and other sites.


Linkdip is now dizzle

There's no other free service I know of that can help you get this many shares in a short period of time.

Linkdip has changed its name to dizzle to better reflect how its services help people amplify their social media efforts by increasing the number of shares through Facebook, twitter, Google +, Tumblr and other platforms.

To create a free dizzle profile, go here to start with 500 points.

“LinkDip originally was focused on helping people build quality links,” said Chris Knudsen, dizzle’s CEO. “But the service has evolved into something much bigger than that. There’s been way more activity on dizzle around social media than we originally thought there would be. We exchange an incredible number of social signals on the site.”

How dizzle Works:

dizzle is a system that will give you points for tweeting, liking, linking and sharing content. Users can also leverage the accumulated points to encourage others to share and link to their content. For the past two years, it’s been used by hundreds of beta bloggers, businesses, real estate agents, online marketers and others to increase the numbers of links and social shares across the Web. Click here for a few examples.

“I’ve seen first-hand that dizzle gets results, ” said Joshua Dorkin, founder and CEO of “There’s no other free service I know of that can help you get this many shares in a short period of time.”

With hundreds of millions of active users on Facebook, Twitter and other platforms, building a social presence is becoming more and more important — and yet is one of the biggest challenges.

“In today’s world, Facebook, Twitter and Google+ shares are influencing search rankings more and more,” said dizzle co-founder, Justin McHood. “Social media is driving more and more sales and building brands like never before. Right now, there’s no better free service to get your message shared than through dizzle.”

dizzle Communities:

As part of the name change, dizzle will be rolling out various communities and partnerships where users can more effectively promote and share search and social signals in their same industry.

“We’re very excited about where we’re going from here,” Knudsen said. “We feel like no one else is doing what we’re doing to help people promote their content online.”

To create a free dizzle profile, go here to start with 500 points. Links, likes and tweets are waiting for you.

About dizzle
dizzle is the first platform that allows users to share links, tweets, likes and other ranking signals — and get rewarded for it. Each time a user shares a link, a tweet, or a like, a deposit is put into their “account” in the form of points and badges. Users can then leverage those accumulated points to make other requests for links, likes, tweets and shares.

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