Content Marketing is a huge part of social media. One important use of social media is to drive traffic. Ideally rather than using another source you want to be known as the expert in your industry. Therefore, it is important that you are providing your visitors with unique content.
Successful content marketing campaigns are built through experience. It is unreasonable to expect to be “hitting the home run” the first time a program is executed but the focus on quality over quantity cannot be understated.
Ah, tools. Such a seductive word, with that tactile, workmanlike ring. And such seductive implications. Accumulating tools feels like the very opposite of time wasting. Tools promise to transform us into humble, brine-browed word-carpenters, conscientiously whittling our masterpieces in brain-workshops full of sunshine and space, while topless, and grunting. In short, tools rule.
Creating an established workflow for your writing process is the key to being a successful writer, but sometimes the ideas just stop flowing. That’s where Shareist comes in. Shareist allows anyone to gather and organize their ideas in one place, then publish their ideas to the platform of their choice. Much more than a content curation tool, Shareist is a publishing platform that makes it easier for bloggers to turn their ideas into reality. We spoke with Shareist co-founder and CEO, Scott Jangr...
Sharing content on the web is supposed to be fast and easy – but there are so many outlets available to us that oftentimes we spend more time than we’d like on making sure our content is shared across every publishing and social platform we use. Shareist wants to fix that for you by providing a publishing platform that helps you capture, develop and publish ideas from one location.
Facebook. Twitter. Tumblr. So many content outlets, so little time — which is why a new startup is offering a tool where you can collect your content and thoughts, and publish to your various accounts.
As a major media figure on the Internet, I often find it difficult to manage all of my content outlets. I have a Twitter feed connected to my Facebook connected to my Tumblr. I also have a personal blog that I ignore and a few other things I shouldn't ignore. The problem, then, is how to cura..
When someone first started to talk to me about Scott Jangro’s new project Shareist, it didn’t sound at all interesting. I didn’t see the benefit, the value, etc… The other week I finally decided to give it a shot, mainly because someone I was writing a guest post for is only using Shareist now, and I am actually amazed I didn’t try it before.
As an affiliate manager or merchant it's important to be aware of different tools available to affiliates in their efforts to share information and monetize their sites. This week I had a walk through of a new tool for bloggers (still in B ...
Curation: It’s hot right now. It allows us to easily share any content we find interesting, and then it lets others to do the same. It’s quick, saves the time of writing, referencing, and quoting, and it allows the original producer to receive the credit they deserve. The idea of being able to share a cool article, picture, or any other kind of content with their friends with the click of a button has the tech community starstruck, and things are only getting better.