… read this first!
Social networking is fun, but if you’re (constantly) sending updates about what you’re eating for dinner — or worse, attending to your personal hygiene needs — then read on.
Playing nice online means not only engaging, but also sharing good content around.
- It’s good for the person who created the content, because you send more traffic their way. And any good content deserves more audiences, doesn’t it?
- It’s good for your contacts, because they discover cool stuff that will entertain them, inspire them, or help solve their problems.
- And it’s good for you, because you become known as the source of things good and useful. Which means your updates will be shared around, which means more followers and contacts for you. Plus, you enhance your brand, credibility and authority. Who wouldn’t want that?
But here’s the thing.
Before you can share good content around, you first have to find them.
And that can take plenty of time and energy. If you have lots of time and energy to mine the ‘net for gold, then go for it.
However, if you’re like most of us, your time and energy are limited.
Which is why I’ve been using a free online tool to find really useful, high-quality content to share with my social network buddies. Once you get yourself set up, all the content you’ll ever need will be at your fingertips. And because you personally chose the content, you’ll know it’s something you want to share.
I made a video about it and, truth be told, I got a little bit carried away and the video ended up a little over 10 minutes long.
I’d love to share the video with you, if it’s something you need. You’ll also get access to a free report, “15 Clues You’re Lost on Social Networks (And What to Do About It).”
So you’ll never have to tweet about your dinner ever again — I promise.
Let me know how to send you the access details by filling up the form below.
Elena is founder of a technology PR agency that works with startups to billion-dollar companies. She is passionate about helping marketers and small business owners with practical publicity strategies.
Did you enjoy this post? Subscribe now and get new posts either via RSS feed or your email. Please click on the RSS button below or type your primary email address below and click "Subscribe."