Maximize Your Content Exposure with Niume!

When it comes to blogging, content and exposure is crucial when building a following and reputation. Not only does it take extensive research and planning (along with time and effort) to create quality content, but it also takes research on how to release content to aid in its success. As a constant “up-and-coming” blogger, I wanted to create a series on my blog to help other individuals in their journey to expanding their “brand”. I welcome my series Coffee Break, with a platform I recently discovered to expand the exposure of my writing. Let me introduce to you… Niume.

What is Niume?

Niume is a collaborative blogging platform, that allows you to create posts to share with other content creators through Spheres. It is free to join and user friendly, as well as a great tool to add to your blogging and marketing strategy/mix.

What are Niume Spheres?

Niume Spheres is where you release your content with others who share the same interests as you. A great way to maximize your content exposure is by networking with other influential content producers around you, and Niume has provided that opportunity for you. Here is an example of Spheres within Niume:

+ Travel
+ Lifestyle
+ Fashion
+ Business and Finance
+ Architecture and Design
+ Interesting
+ Animals
+ Literature
+ Culture
+ Photography
+ Technology
+ Food
+ News
+ Humor
+ Art
+ Movies and Series
+ Music

Within the Sphere(s), publishers can view, comment, like and share that post through Niume along with other social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. The more support you show to others and create ‘hype’ within the posts, in turn continues to maximize your content exposure by reaching a bigger audience and following.

What is Hype?

Niume tracks the frequency of your posts based on Hype. Hype tracks the amount of times your post is viewed within the set Sphere. One of the greatest tools I can appreciate about Niume is receiving notifications alerting me that the hype exposure is increasing on my posts. Based on the quality of the content and popularity of your post, you can then increase your status within the Sphere that the post originates in. With a higher status within any given Sphere, the greater your following and opportunities will be.


Yes, in fact you CAN make money on Niume by becoming an influential content producer within the platform. Publishers who consistently produce high quality posts, can be contacted by businesses and affiliates who are looking for their style of content.

I am constantly learning new and fun ways to utilize Niume with my articles and blog, that I hope it will provide the same use for you! The best way to maximize your content exposure is honestly by networking with those around you! It not only increases your exposure, but it also makes you feel good knowing you helped someone else succeed! If you join and experiment with Niume, please let me know what you think in the comments below and be sure to share this post with your networks so they in turn might find a great tool!

With Love,

*Disclaimer: This article is not sponsored by Niume or any other sponsor. The content written here is strictly my own personal thoughts about using Niume to help increase your content exposure.



  1. Lauren
    June 16, 2016 / 2:05 PM

    So true! I just added my first post to Niume today and I already have 416 reads in just a few hours!
    I love your blog.

    • June 16, 2016 / 2:56 PM

      Thank you for your sweet comment and glad to have you here! That is fantastic that you have seen that much exposure already! Great job! 🙂

  2. Arielle Marynn
    July 19, 2016 / 11:34 PM

    Finally someone explains what “hype” is! I just started using Niume yesterday & I really like it so far but I don’t see that there is a help button so I have been a little confused over some things! Thanks for the post love! xx

  3. Dave
    July 29, 2016 / 1:37 PM

    Thanks for the info on Hype! I’m trying to figure how to size image content for my banner for Niume, do you know the specs? Can’t seem to find anywhere.

  4. James Thomas
    August 17, 2016 / 1:17 PM

    I love the focus on topics and the fact that Architecture & Design, Art, and Photography get separate spheres. I’m not sure that I really need another social media account, but this one seems worth a try.

    • August 17, 2016 / 4:03 PM

      I know exactly how you feel James which is why I don’t post on Niume too often but it is a great tool to get your name out there!

  5. Joseph
    October 4, 2016 / 1:04 AM

    Finally an explanation of hype! Thanks. Just signed up for the site. If anyone’s looking for referrals to make that $1 use this!

  6. Shana
    October 7, 2016 / 10:06 AM

    Hey I have created Niume account. Could you please check out my post. Your post has really helped motivate, so thank you ever so much. X

  7. Shane
    October 22, 2016 / 12:02 PM

    Niume is fun. However, I’ve got some trouble to post there images along my article.
    Is it only me? My browser? How does one post images there?

    • October 25, 2016 / 12:24 PM

      Hi! When you are creating a new post, towards the top on the left you should see a button you can hover over. You will then see an icon that looks like a “camera” or image. If you need to add images in the body of the post, create a space between the paragraphs and hover towards the left again to find that button. Hope that helps!!

  8. Om Krishna Uprety
    November 1, 2016 / 7:10 PM

    I like the Niume platforms for blogging because of monetization of article. Creating own blog and inducing traffic is the arduous and expensive process. I strongly recommend someone steeping in blogging to have experience in blogging from the platform like Niume.

  9. Elena
    November 8, 2016 / 12:21 PM

    Does posting to Niume help drive traffic back to ones own blog at all? Or is this really just a substitution for having your own blog?

    • November 8, 2016 / 1:29 PM

      Hi Elena! Great question! This is my understanding/logic of linking back to my blog through Niume:
      The more exposure you have on one platform, the higher chance of you gaining exposure to other platforms. For example, the more “hype” you gain on a post on Niume, the more users will be able to see that post which means higher chances of them actually clicking into the post and reading it. Towards the bottom I like to link back to the original posts on my blog in hopes to gain traffic to my site. Now, it has been difficult for me to track the success of doing that with the analytics of the blog (as I don’t utilize Niume as part of my main content strategy) BUT the main goal is to expand your reach any way possible. I hope this helps! 🙂

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