How-To Use The Tools

  • How to Create an Editorial Calendar for your Blog

    … price of $25 per user. 2. CoSchedule – Editorial Calendar and Social Media Posting CoSchedule is a really good option for creating and managing an editorial calendar. As well as allowing you to manage your full calendar, it also has a facility for setting up scheduled sharing for your blog posts across multiple social media channels, and sharing…

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  • How to Promote Your Blog Post to Get 1,000 Shares

    … channels. There’s nothing wrong with a bit of self promotion. Dlvr.it is a really good tool for automatically sharing out your content or you can use Twitterfeed (Twitter only). You can easily set it up to pick up your new content and share it to appropriate channels. If you have an autoresponder series (a group of emails sent out to new subscribers) you…

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  • How to Improve Social Sharing by 97%

    …. Click to Tweet When you create a blog post, there may be some very tweetable content within it. For example, if you provide a quote from someone and it’s short enough to fit within a tweet then this could be something your audience would like to share. Click to Tweet is a very simple application that lets you create tweetable content. You go…

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  • How to Discover Social Media Influencers

    … one Twitter follower and be hugely influential in the real world! 3. There is no tool that can measure influence accurately: it’s an art not a science. How influential is a person offline and how can you measure that? It’s not easy! So, bearing in mind those assumptions, the way to assess somebody’s degree of influence involves asking…

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