BILD now with Twingly Blogstream

Since today BILD in Germany connects to bloggers via Twingly Blogstream. We are very proud to have one of the world’s biggest newspapers on board – BILD currently ranks here on 4th place in print worldwide. After Handelsblatt.com, BILD is the second Germany based and internationally reknown newspaper that decided to integrate Twingly Blogstream into their online strategy.

Like Handelsblatt.com, BILD are pioneers in the German language market to use our solution for linking back to bloggers in a simple, relevant and spam-free way. We hope that these two will only be the start of establishing Blogstream also in the German speaking countries. Blogstream offers a great opportunity to create a strong and exponentially growing symbiosis between bloggers and sites online. Bloggers are visible in connection with content they wrote about while the site gets increasingly more attention from bloggers and also from readers who consider the site to be their source for comprehensive information.

To start off with, BILD offers the Blogstream solution on these areas of their website:

Unterhaltung (Entertainment)
Sport
Bundesliga (German Premier League)
BILD.com English language content

Bloggers, enjoy! Write about one of the articles in the sections listed above, ping your blog to us (if you can, please use the automatic pingback option) and watch your post being displayed some time later in the Blogstream widget on the article you quoted!

Any questions, please let us know!

We hope you are as excited and curious as we are 🙂

15 thoughts on “BILD now with Twingly Blogstream

  1. Kristofer Björkman February 8, 2009 / 20:18

    Oj oj, det var det mest matnyttiga och omfattande inlägg jag läst på mycket länge. Tack. Tog en timme att plöja igenom. Länkarna återstår :-)Besvara :Citera
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  2. Sofia February 8, 2009 / 20:28

    haha, det är imponerande att ni orkar läsa. :)Besvara :Citera
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  3. Sofia February 8, 2009 / 20:41

    Och tack för att ni kommenterar. Kommentarer som dessa är vad som behövs för att orka fortsätta, vecka efter vecka… :)Besvara :Citera
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  4. Josef Boberg February 8, 2009 / 21:39

    Synd synd att det bara är ca 2-3 % av befolkningen som bloggar, än sÃ¥ länge…Besvara :Citera
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  5. Axel Andén February 8, 2009 / 22:12

    underbart att som nyss hemkommen få läsa en sån här postning! Det är som att jag aldrig varit borta!Besvara :Citera
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  6. Oscar Swartz February 8, 2009 / 22:21

    Jo, oj oj oj, Sofia! Jag vet ju vilken tid det tar att skapa en bloggpost med många länkar. OMG, det är ju ett drygt dagsverke vi ser här! Och du prickade in himla mycket på området med bra länkar. tack!Besvara :Citera
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  7. Sofia February 10, 2009 / 20:08

    Igen: tack för kommentarer. Kul att ni uppskattar.
    @Robert: Hur jag hinner? Det är ju det jag inte riktigt gör…Besvara :Citera
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  8. Jonas Schneider March 28, 2009 / 13:47

    bild sucks, sad but true.

  9. Gemälde August 3, 2009 / 22:43

    thanks for this post. but dont you have to have an account to poste on BILD?

  10. Pop Art April 11, 2010 / 02:21

    bild sucks indeed. its full of ads 😦

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