Is your number one question about social media, “Where can I find great social media content to share?” If you’re excited about filling your social media streams with useful news and information, but you’re not sure how to go about finding the information your audience would want to know, leverage these tools and you’ll be off to a great start.
LinkedIn’s Pulse. Find it under the “Interests” tab on your LinkedIn toolbar. It’s a consistent stream of content from famous influencers as well as contributors just like you about all types of topics, and you’re sure to find something here to interest your audience.
Alltop.com. This is an online, virtual “magazine rack” of blogs. There’s an eclectic array of topics and content. Search your favorite key words, and you will identify several new sources of information.
SmartBrief.com. This is of my favorite resources. SmartBrief editors read and parse through important information published about many topics. Then, they send out summaries with links directly to your email! There’s no easier way to find great resources for your audience. Plus, it’s free!
These resources are great tools to start your list of content sources. You’ll also want to tap into all of the traditional media outlets you follow and be sure to watch your social media streams, too. People you follow probably share useful information.
Make the most of social networking tools and you’ll access exponential numbers of new contacts who can make a big difference in your career’s trajectory.
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