– THE WHAT
Blogging is a great way to share your passion by sharing it with the world. However, creating great content would be half the battle for small businesses. Because Google wants to put out the quality content first. So, before Google recognizes your content as a quality content, you’d want to be sure to share your content to all your Social Circles for your family or friends to see and share it, however, most importantly is to know the process what it takes to “How to Syndicate Your Content and Boost Traffic To Your Site”.
Below I have listed ways on how to syndicate your content.
– THE WHY
Whenever you’ll create any sort of content, make sure to publish it in multiple channels for further reach and multiple exposures.
– THE WHERE
Start with a Blog post, followed by creating a Catchy Headline and also be sure to create multiple images, which must be optimized correctly for each social sharing site, to which you’ll be sharing your post to. Remember that Visual Storytelling has 90% higher visibility of your content in most of the Social Media platforms.
Lets me share with you on which Social Media Sites I like to Syndicate my Content:
- Instagram enables you to share already posted images directly into other Social Media Sites. Within the app of Instagram, you can share your post directly to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Flicker, and few others. In the Instagram Settings be sure to set up all your Social Sharing Sites by adding your exciting user id and password of your other active social sites. When you complete publishing your Initial Post on Instagram, you can immediately or whenever you choose to, click on the (3) dots on the bottom of your post and share it for any Social Sharing site you are active the further reach. You can also Tweet about it multiple times, even when your Instagram post is few days or weeks old. This will help your post reach even more eyeballs.
- Pinterest is my favorite social media platform where I love to Pin images into my boards and add my own original content directly from my blog. The strategy to posting with Pinterest is a bit different and you always have to remember that each platform needs special attention to details and ways on how it works.
- With Pinterest, you can create any type of boards; from DIY, Crafts, Weddings, Photography, Social Media Tips, Technology or Travel, but first you have to figure out your niche. To better help you in growing your Successful Profile, You can learn more my previously created post on “What you need to know when starting Pinterest”.
- Optimizing your images for Pinterest is a must. Follow these optimized pixels best capture of your image.
- So when you post is published, try by Pinning it first and get the URL so when you will be sharing this post in Facebook or Google+ platforms, you can remind your followers to “PIN it for Later”. I found this technique very useful, and a especially when your image has great value or intrigued call to action. Additional way to get more exposure to your image on Pinterest, is by becoming member of several Pinterest Groups, where people who aren’t your followers can see your image and possible start Pining it to their boards.
- Google Plus is another Social Media Platform where I like to Syndicate my Content and if you already using Google Plus as another Social Media Platform, I recommend following few tips on “How to Grow your Following on Google Plus” and leave your comments there too. Know that it’s a platform that requires for you to follow the rules and engagement isn’t easy, and it takes the time to grow your following. Be sure to be patient and consistent on your postings in Google Plus.
- Twitter is the fastest newsfeed platform, as on average each post will have a lifespan of 24 seconds. With that, I recommend for you to Schedule your post in advance by using BufferApp. In a first day after the publishing my blog post, I will schedule tweets at least to show up in my Tweeter newsfeed 6-8 times that day. In the upcoming weeks, I will schedule this tweet as well for at least once a day.
- Also, Twitter Visuals have drastically picked up in recent months, so be sure to include the correctly optimized image for your tweets.
The bottom line is, don’t put your eggs in one basket and do your best to spread your content in every social site where you are active and engaged with others.“Remind yourself that it’s OK not to be perfect”Click To Tweet
Lastly, if you found this to be informative and useful and would like to explore my other post about Pinterest and Social Media, you can simply check my latest post I wrote about “Blank Pinterest Profile Mistakes and What You Need to Know to Avoid Them”.
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