Want to get more followers while you produce less content? You can do that – with content curation.
Starting out with content marketing or blogging, or social media marketing, or doing really anything marketing relater online can feel daunting. You need content to get followers. You need followers to get traffic to content.
But you can start to grow your followers on any social network now – no matter how much content you have! It’s called content curation – and in this episode of Marketing in Minutes I’ll show you how it works.
In today’s episode of Marketing in Minutes, you are going to learn:
- What content curation is.
- How content curation helps you grow your social media audience.
- How content curation can help you achieve more with less content.
All in under 10 minutes!
More information about content curation:
For more information on how to grow a social media audience using content curation, read the following articles:
- What Is Content Curation And How Can You Use It For Your Blog And Marketing
- Content Curation vs Original Content: The Battle In Social Media Marketing
- 7 Content Curation Tools To Stop You From Wasting Your Time
A handy tool for curation content is Feedly. You can find it here.
Scheduling post on Twitter is easy with the free version of Buffer: Go here.
Workbooks – Step-by-Step Instructions for Twitter and Pinterest
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About Marketing in Minutes
Marketing is our new podcast, hosted by me (Jonathan Gebauer at The Social Ms), and produced by my sister Susanna and myself.
And we try to be different from other marketing podcasts – this is not going to be an interview show and it is also not going to be improvised. The show is heavily scripted and focused on explaining one marketing topic in each episode, always in under 10 minutes.
We want you to be able to listen to this show and learn something whenever you have 10 minutes of free time. We know that your time is valuable!
Topics of this show will be everything online marketing related – including (but not limited to):
- Content Marketing
- Lead Generation
- Email Marketing
- Traffic Generation (SEO, Social Media, and more)
Does this sound like something you could benefit from? Then I hope you will subscribe to the show and return for the next episode!