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Practical automation guide and tools for busy bloggers

Practical automation guide and tools for busy bloggers | Exceptional Transcription & Business Solutions, Inc. | Scoop.it

As a busy blogger, you’re probably juggling a multitude of different tasks, many of which are repetitive and frankly, quite boring. For your blog to take off and scale into something greater than a company of one employee, you must use your time efficiently and learn to automate and delegate.

Read on to learn about the practical tools of automation and how to use them to grow your business.


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 18, 2017 1:29 AM

Add a couple of these automation tools to your social marketing kit.

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Your 2017 Social Media Strategy: Don't Try To Be Everywhere At Once

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I recently wrote an article about how you can "crush it" on social media in 2017--and the real truth everyone needs to hear in terms of actually seeing a worthwhile return on your investment.


However, based on the amount of people who have reached out asking how to formulate effective social media strategies for the new year, I thought it would be helpful to dive a bit more into the weeds.


Cutting right to the core, here is the number one rule every single business, brand, freelancer and online influencer needs to remember when it comes to social media marketing:


Don't try to be everywhere at once....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, December 29, 2016 1:43 PM

Sometimes doing less lets you do more. Great advice!

RJ Marmol's curator insight, December 30, 2016 2:17 AM
This is a great advice. I have been thinking about this myself for the past months and have seen firsthand how much value and results you'll get if you focus your attention on at least one (or maybe two at most) social media platforms. I've spread myself too thin everywhere and never really gotten results even if I've been on many platforms for many years now. YouTube is a prime example. I've been on there since 2007 yet I've never really paid attention to my channel and I regret it. So for 2017, my goal would be to "crush it" on at least one of these platforms.
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The Difference Between Content Marketing and Social Marketing | Simply Measured

The Difference Between Content Marketing and Social Marketing | Simply Measured | Exceptional Transcription & Business Solutions, Inc. | Scoop.it

With the caveat in the section above–that we’re often doing a little of both–and some informal polling of many esteemed marketers I know, here is where I’ve landed on social marketing vs. content marketing.

 

Social marketing is a channel where we find potential customers by listening to earned conversations and analyzing our owned accounts. We then interact with those people to move them through the customer journey.

 

You can use various tactics to make that movement happen. Content marketing is a tactic. It’s a method of marketing that allows companies to add value for potential customers by creating and distributing (sometimes through social) collateral like blog posts, videos, and web pages.

 

These pieces of collateral entertain and educate your target audience about topics related to your product. They’re intended to generate interest in your offering by reinforcing relevant problems, challenges, misconceptions, and, finally, solutions....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, February 25, 2017 4:31 PM

What's the difference between content marketing and social marketing? Is it that content marketing focuses on content production and creative thought, while social media marketing handles distribution? Depends!