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If you’re using social media channels such as Twitter to promote your content, then this show is for you. This week, Hit Publish host Amy Harrison is looking at different ways you can ‘beef up your tweets’ and write multiple updates to promote just one post (without sounding boring or repetitive).
When you’re posting tweets (or other social media updates) to get people to your content, it can feel like you are broadcasting again and again, just repeatedly sending out information and hoping someone bites.
But social media is really just a conversation, so when you’re thinking about what to write, don’t think about sending a message to your followers, instead, imagine you’re sitting opposite one potential reader. You have one sentence to encourage them to read your content. What would you say?
Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is the creator, publisher, and editor of Foundr Magazine, which launched in 2013 and has become a six-figure business.
Foundr is a monthly digital magazine, which has had more than 100,000 downloads in its first 15 months.
He also hosts a weekly podcast for Foundr where he interviews the greatest minds in business today and has created a training platform that provides educational video courses for young entrepreneurs.
If you don’t have a system in place for promoting your content, you’re really missing out. Fortunately, Hit Publish host Amy Harrison has you covered.
Today, we’re going beyond hitting the publish button.
You’ve taken time to research, write, and publish high-quality content your audience is going to love. The mistake you don’t want to make is to think hitting the publish button is the final step — because really, it’s just the beginning.
Many business owners get frustrated by putting time and effort into content creation only to see their social media counters at zero, no blog comments, and no real engagement. If you can relate to that, you’re going to love the following nine techniques and tools.