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6 Ways Successful Knitting & Crochet Bloggers Use Jumprope

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Knitting and Crochet is a fast growing niche on Jumprope. Successful creators are benefiting by creating and sharing engaging content that is getting discovered. Read more to learn exactly how they are:

  • Easily creating engaging content
  • Sharing Jumpropes to their blogs
  • Gaining exposure on Google Discover
  • Monetizing with affiliate links and brand partnerships
  • Repurposing content to share across all platforms

1. Easily Create Engaging Content

Jumprope makes it easier than you can imagine to create video tutorials for:

  • Individual stitches
  • Entire projects
  • Roundups of fiber art inspiration
  • Tips for using your favorite knitting and crochet tools

Jennifer of @fiberflux edits professional step by step guides in Jumprope that perfectly match her colorful brand.

2. Share Jumprope on Your Blog

Knitting and crochet bloggers are using our custom HTML or WordPress plugin to add a Jumprope embed to their blog.

Increase reader engagement and time spent on your posts with our blog embed, like Crystal of @christacodesign. This breaks your Jumprope into engaging GIFs the viewer can scroll through.

Or utilize the player embed, like Kathy of @craftychica. This incorporates an interactive stories player on your blog that viewers can tap through at their own pace.

Both embeds include Google’s how-to markup, which gives you the opportunity to show up in Google mobile search results with a rich snippet. A rich snippet includes text and images, enticing viewers to click.

3. Upload Our YouTube Export to Your Ad Network’s Media Player

When you create with Jumprope you’ll receive 15+ formats, including a horizontal YouTube export. Bloggers upload that to their ad network’s media player to monetize video on their blog and benefit from high RPMs. 

Crystal of @christacodesign does this in addition to the blog embed above.

4. Gain Exposure Through Google Discover

We’ve partnered with Google so millions of viewers can view Jumpropes every day in their Google Discover feed on Android and iPhone. Knitting and crochet continue to perform well in our app and on Google Discover. Many helpful and detailed Jumpropes are seeing views in the thousands, like this Jumprope by Sarah of @NedAndMimi.

When you create high quality content on Jumprope you’re automatically indexed for Google Web Stories—no need to upload anything extra or host additional video on your site.

5. Monetize by Incorporating Product Links

Fiber art creators are monetizing their content by linking products on Jumprope. Our shoppable platform allows you to link products to drive affiliate traffic, making it easy to work with brands. Elizabeth of @CountryPeony is able to create content for Clover and link directly to their tassel maker.

Your Jumprope Product Links are shoppable in the following places:

  • Jumprope app
  • Jumprope.com
  • Google Discover
  • Blog and Player embed

6. Repurpose Content to Share Everywhere

With over 15 export formats available in Jumprope, bloggers are able to create once and share across all of their favorite platforms. Jennifer of @fiberflux always makes the most of her content by sharing to multiple platforms.

Check out her one round flower Jumprope shared to IGTV, TikTok, Pinterest, and Facebook!

Try repurposing content you already have by importing existing YouTube video or IG stories, edit in Jumprope, and automatically receive all formats to share everywhere.

Ready to make the most of Jumprope’s platform? Download the app now and check out this Jumprope for getting started.

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