SocialClerks bringing traffic and branding through social media trading

I recently became aware of an online service called SocialClerks. If you’re a blogger, I’m sure you have a strategy you use to bring traffic to your blog. I know whenever I write an article or have a guest blogger write an article, that I think is really good, useful, relevant, etc., I like to get it out there. You know… get more eyes on it.

If you’re serious about making an income from blogging, social media exposure is necessary.

I like to use Facebook and Twitter mainly, but also use Pinterest and StumbleUpon on a regular basis. Well SocialClerks makes sharing easy. Like I said, I’ve just discovered, so I’m excited to learn more and see just how it can work for me. One of the things I’m interested in is the twitter retweets.

I am planning on doing some vlogging, and I really could use it to get views on my YouTube videos. It is one of my social media avenues that I’ve not utilized or explored, yet. But I can see how Social Clerks could make it much easier for me.

It seems simple enough…

  1. Login/Sign Up
  2. Follow/Like/View
  3. Get Credits
  4. Get Followers/Likes/Views

So you not only get more views to your blog or website, but also gain more followers on your social media accounts.

How Does it Work?

SocialClerks is a free social media exchange website. It’s pretty much like the old saying, “You scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours.” Simply put, the more you “like” and the more you “follow”, the more credits you earn. With credits you then can buy traffic to your website, Twitter followers, Facebook likes, YouTube likes, etc.

If you don’t want to “scratch” anyone’s back, so to speak, you can purchase credits at an affordable price.

Check them out for yourself and let me know what you think!

They state that they abide by Twitter’s rules and Facebook’s rules. SocialClerks never auto-tweet to your account and they never ask for your password.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions are 100% my own and may differ from yours.


  1. Never heard of this site. I really like the idea.

  2. Thanks. I’m going to check it out.

  3. This sounds interesting! Thanks!

  4. This sounds a bit like Triberr, definitely worth checking out!

  5. Never heard of it. I use tweetadder for rting people and love it.

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