A riddle: How can you tell someone is just starting out with his social media marketing?
He is probably publishing too much of his own content (and most likely does too many promotional posts…)
Sharing other people’s content (a.k.a content curation) is one of the simplest and easiest strategies that you can implement right away and it’ll also save you tons of time and build your authority as well! Continue reading →
Curating content is not a quick-fix strategy for building your audience, as it’s a long-term commitment that requires good time management skills.
Content aggregation and sharing handpicked gems is a great way to widen your network. It opens the doors for possible collaborations, which could lead to even more opportunities in the future. Continue reading →
Are you integrating Social Media into your marketing efforts? Well, you should, because it has the power to increase your search engine ranking.
Until recently, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Social Media marketing were seen as two separate fields. But, thanks to the many algorithm changes Google has gone through, nowadays SEO means more than just ranking well in Google. Of course, a good keyword strategy is still paramount, but search engine optimization isn’t just confined to Google or Bing. Social Media also plays a valuable role and, if done right, it can improve your search engine ranking.
Content curation is a vital part of any social media marketing campaign. It can seem like a herculean task when you are just starting out, but all those pages you see with a few thousands of followers share one secret you may or may not already know – they automate. Automating content aggregation simplifies curation to large extent, helping you save innumerable hours on finding interesting content to share. With a steady stream of quality content on your social media pages, you can do a better job of maintaining your audience’s attention, and keeping them engaged with the content you post. Continue reading →
Those concerned about the future of humanity often point to renewable energy or space exploration as areas of endeavor that will become increasingly important. The advances that are likely to come from artificial intelligence (AI), however, could help us achieve these goals as well as others yet unknown. We’ve already seen rapid improvements in the operation of computing devices within our own lifetimes, but they pale in comparison to what the future may bring. “Superintelligent” AIs could in fact hold the key to solving some of the greatest problems of our time: climate change, geopolitical strife, and inequality in all forms may be assessed and even eliminated with the assistance of a God-like computer mind. Continue reading →