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How many views, likes and shares did your last LinkedIn Publisher post get? Did it draw in your connections and inspire them to share or did it get lost in all of the noise, like many other posts on LinkedIn?
There are so many people publishing long form content on LinkedIn now that you have to catch your potential readers interest right away if you want them to click through to yours.
Once they are on your post, you need to ensure that you don’t lose their interest because its too time consuming to read. You must make it easy for them to scan and grab the bits that they are most interested in.
Finally, you need to inspire them to take action, whether its sharing your post, connecting with you or visiting your website.
If your LinkedIn Publisher post lacks the elements that will draw readers in, keep them on the page and inspire them take action when they are done, you are probably wasting your time.
Here are eight ways to get the maximum impact from each of your LinkedIn Publisher posts, by making them click worthy, easily read and action inspiring...
This week, we’re releasing the first of these graphics, “Efficiently Scale Your Content,” which details how using the right mix of original and licensed content can help you succeed in content marketing. By leveraging a mix of content, you’re not only able to lighten the workload for your content creators, but you’re also providing your audience with unique content that offers different stories, voices, and perspectives.
This keeps things exciting and new for your audience, resulting in increased pageviews, social followers – and stronger business results. Take a look at our first infographic in the series:...
In the past, content marketing revolved around one thing: your blog. Marketers lived by the promise that if they wrote quality articles on their website's blog, traffic would come. And after decades of interruptive television commercials and dinnertime cold calling, it was a welcome change in the world of marketing and selling.
Coming straight to the point. I have just found some of the Bollywood movies spreading awesome entrepreneurship lesson to the startups. Making a movie is the biggest risk-taking business, as none of its cast and crew knows what will be its fate after it reaches the theaters.
So thought to share some out of the box lessons to all the would-be startups to inspire them in a filmy ishtyle. Let’s see the movies that I have chosen in this listicle is going to teach all startups -
Business storytelling is becoming more and more important this year. You are constantly telling stories about your business. Whether that story is told in a speech, in ordinary conversation with co-workers or customers, or on your website or advertising or packaging, your story is aligned with the public face of your company and it must be carefully crafted from your DNA.
So, once you have a clearly delineated DNA, you need to start to create business stories that embody that DNA. Here is a proven system you might employ. And of course, you can also invent your own methodology for business storytelling if you prefer.
The key thing is not mine vs. yours, but to understand your Brand DNA and then systematically tell your brand story in a way that helps disseminate the message of your brand....
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
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Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.