This post was fun to write. I spent the morning writing about the importance of thinking digital first. This post shares 5 tips about the care and feeding of possibly your most important asset - your network of support, advocacy and content. If your content network isn't the most important thing no one really thinks about very often I don't know what is.
Since it isn't fair to tease such a list and not share, here is my list of 10 Must Follow Scoopers:
Marty's 105,000 views didn't happen by accident. We all know that in today's fast paced world, content marketing is one are the small guy can compete toe-to-toe with most anyone so long as they curate high quality content and syndicate their curated material to their top socials.
No need to reinvent the wheel either. Do what I do and find ½ dozen Pros who does it right and then mirror and model what they do and how they do it and add your personal touch to the mix and you'll be fine.
I miss my ’67 VW Bug. Armed with my grease-stained copy of the classic How to Keep Your Volkswagen Alive: A Manual for the Compleat Idiot, I could fix anything on that car, with its lawnmower-simple engine.
Neil Ferree's insight:
Once you have set up your Google+ Business Page make sure to link it to your Social Link Wheel so your Google Authorship is connected
Continuing with my dashboard series that began on Search Engine Land and continued over to Marketing Land when the entire analytics column migrated to Marketing Land, this post is going to talk interactive charts.
Triberr ReaderTriberr, you gotta love it once you get the hang of it and start seeing results. I can remember the early days there and wondering “why” was I spending time sharing when no one shared back?...
Ileane Smith’s Blogging Tribe- I just got the nudge of this one today and love it as Ileane is one of my blogging mentors. She is starting with 19 members but I can see this one growing very large soon.
I tested Triberr 6 months ago and didn't let it sink in enough since I was so fired up with G+ (now) things on Plus have settled its time for a revisit if Tribber especially since Ileane rec ommends it and see if my Social Content Marketing site can hold its own.
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A Content Marketing System is great for generating online visibility brand awareness and website traffic so long as your follow a blueprint for creating, curating and syndicating your content to your top social profiles. Step #1 is to develop a content marketing strategy and this social content marketing planning guide is a good start point.