We all know Anita knows her stuff about Facebook and learn from her every Friday. And the same is true about promoting your terrific content online. You may recall her talking about Co-Promote in the past. Now the site's rebranding has led to CreatorCollabs. Check it out! Lots of helpful tips in Anita's post. Please share your thoughts on her post.
How To Reach More Online Consumers
If you are wanting to get your best articles seen by literally thousands of new readers, it is well worth your time to give CreatorCollabs a try. For those of you who utilized Co-Promote to share your content, it has been rebranded, and is now newly active as CC. Personally, it is my favorite way to quickly get my content shared by others.
They have both a free service and paid plans. The free version allows you to promote (they call it boost) one piece of content at a time. The pay plans allow you to promote as many pieces of content concurrently as you wish. You get extra "points" each month with the paid plans, depending on which plan you choose. I use a paid plan...I want to boost multiple articles at the same time.
Basically, you share an article via social media then boost that content on CC. Other CC users see your article and share it with their online audiences. In-turn, you need to share content created by others to ensure your points stay high enough for others to continue to share your content.
You gain points each time you share content with your followers on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. The number of points you receive per share is based on the number of followers you have on the social media site you share to (a benefit of being social!).
Because CC has started anew, there are not that many real estate professionals using the site yet. Jump in now and the 20+ RE pros who are active there will help your articles reach new audiences.
For those who are chasing backlinks, the links are do-follow. If you understand anything about SEO, and how important links can be to your sites/articles, then you know the benefit this can be. For the rest of ya'll...what do you have to lose?
Why Should I Share My Content On CreatorCollabs
More exposure. If you have created an epic article and find traffic is lagging or your intended audience is not responding (maybe they do not see the article), you will love this site. Yes...Love.This.Site. It is a social sharing site that is easy to use for both novice and advanced real estate bloggers.
I live in Georgia...why would I want an agent in California sharing my content with their west coast audience? Besides getting more national exposure for my content, I live in a military community. The military moves (PCS) periodically around the country.
As an example, let's say I have created articles about VA Loans, military PCSing, veterans benefits, etc. If a military member is getting ready to relocate from California to Georgia and sees one of my articles, then does a little bit of online snooping...you can bet I stand a better than average chance they will call me for assistance. Even if the share does not result in future biz, I have expended minimal effort to get more brand exposure.
It works! Give the free option a spin. You have nothing to lose. Watch your articles gain traction via shares that help push your content to the far reaches of the Web.
Join Us Today!
Click the link above to join. Follow me, follow other real estate professionals, share your articles, promote the articles created by others, invite your friends/colleagues to join, and reap the rewards. It is a give-and-take system that rewards and encourages you to share quality articles.
Kudos to Bill Gassett for noticing Co-Promote had rebranded to CreatorCollabs and telling other progressive real estate professionals about it. Sharing helps us ALL!
~ Anita ~
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