5 easy steps to finding content for social media

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  • SEO
    Posted at 09:48h, 10 June Reply

    I agree with you. I see at least 5 of my followers post the same articles from industry leading blogs. Everybody reads techcrunch! Show me some ‘underground’ content from site that I dont regularly read

  • exposix
    Posted at 03:46h, 11 June Reply

    I feel the newsfeed is the most important factor, isn’t it ?

  • Mouh
    Posted at 03:59h, 11 June Reply

    This post really drives a point home… I have never thought of social media website as something I should provide content to. My idea of social media website is a bit different. I share my posts to drive people back to my website. I do share other bloggers’ content, but not very often. Your post made me think more about my followers. I think I must provide some quality content to them. I mustn’t share my own things only. I must share other quality content with them…

    Thanks a lot! 🙂

    Have a great day!

    Mouh

  • Tracy Geier
    Posted at 21:10h, 11 June Reply

    I agree that #2 is a terrific idea, using the lesser known, but great content posts. I read about 20 blogs a week and have found the same content on 3-4 of them certain weeks. Funny at first, but gets annoying if it happens too often.

    • bonnie
      Posted at 07:59h, 12 June Reply

      I agree Tracy…if you’re going to attract new readers you have to distribute unique content, especially if it’s not your own.

  • Amazon Price Tracker
    Posted at 15:44h, 12 June Reply

    Its really crazy how fast everything is evolving. Five years ago social media was not an important element at all, now everyone is doing it. I wonder where we will be five years from now. I guess the key is to stay current and ride the wave.

  • CodySMedia Internet Marketing
    Posted at 11:24h, 13 June Reply

    This is a great read I am always trying to find new ways to find content for clients! Very Helpful!

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  • Lauren
    Posted at 06:20h, 13 June Reply

    Then pitchengine recommendation looks promising, thanks for pointing that one out, knowing that it’s really hard to be the first one to break a news.

  • TashWord
    Posted at 05:01h, 14 June Reply

    I believe in sharing information with people but had never thought of doing it like this – thanks as finding time to give good social media content is a big challenge.

  • hifu specialist
    Posted at 19:56h, 09 October Reply

    Very true. But the benefits of having a social media presence is too great that one can’t just say that “they don’t have time for it”. There are many ways to do it, like outsourcing. It is a small price to pay for the extra advertising and marketing that social networking sites can give you.

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