Why Businesses That Manage Social Media Need To See Your Content

Hey there you little content creation machine you. Wondering how to get more eyes on your goods?

That’s why I want to talk to you today.

You’ve probably heard the same old content sharing tips over and over. B-O-R-I-N-G. You’re following them, and you’re doing okay, but you want more shares and more traffic.

We all do! We don’t create this awesome content for ourselves.

The Tip You Haven’t Heard

Get your content in front of businesses that manage social media accounts.

As an operations manager/virtual assistant, I manage social media accounts for lots of different businesses. I’m ALWAYS  on the look out for fresh, valuable content in the niche my clients serve. Finding that interesting media that meets those criteria can be a real struggle some months.

Where Do We look For Content?

My main source of great content is Pinterest. In case you haven’t heard Pinterest is a search engine. It’s also currently the biggest traffic generator for this site. If you’re not sharing your work on Pinterest, you’re missing out!

Another place I gather content is in Facebook Groups. Most groups have a promo thread each week. Sharing your work in Facebook groups gets lots of eyes on your site. Including the eyes of VA’s and SM managers.

Finally, you can share your content on Twitter. It’s my least favorite place to look, but sometimes I find it’s my last resort. Make sure you’re using hashtags and keywords that related to your content. A great place to do hashtag research is at Hashtagify.me.

Bonus Tip

If you create and valuable content on a consistent basis, I’ll share your content on a consistent basis. This includes adding your blog to my Feedly reader so I can track and share new content as you publish it. I can’t imagine a much better deal than someone sharing your content for you each time you hit publish.

What are tips for getting your content shared on social media?

 

Kelli is the COO or Captain of Operations at Even Keel Ops. Her passion is helping overwhelmed entrepreneurs get their operations organized. When she’s not busy helping others unload their overwhelm you can find her on the beach with a book.

 

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