there are more social networks and communities out there, some pretty unusual and little-heard among bloggers, but definitely powerful if you play your cards well.
Which cards, you may ask? Here’s a list:
Your niche or industry Your target audience Your specific approach and the angle around which you built your core message. The 8 unusual but powerful social networks introduced in this post will work best for you if you have those three pointers (really your USP, Unique Selling Proposition) already clear in your mind.
Facebook is an excellent tool for publishers and bloggers, but it’s also a hotbed of rumor, hearsay and controversy over what you allegedly can or cannot do. There are solutions if you keep the mindset of engaging your community rather than only looking at it as a tool for monetization or traffic generation.
For those answers, you go to the source. In April, Adam Mosseri, VP of Product Management for News Feed for Facebook, presented a video on how Facebook News Feed works and provided tips for publishers. I’ll share with you his advice, along with my own experience.
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