Check Out These Hot Content Marketing Ideas For Your Small Business
Check Out These Hot Content #Marketing Ideas For Your Small Business
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The company says its software is the first to offer the ability to upload a video to one place and share it everywhere — including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and Google+.
If you have used Buffer before, then adding a video is similar to attaching any other piece of content. After uploading the video you’ll be able to select which times the video should go out on each social network.
Since LinkedIn doesn’t allow for native video uploading either, Buffer will post the title and description with a link back to watch the video hosted by Buffer.
Matt Southern is the lead news writer at Search Engine Journal. His passion for helping people in all aspects of online marketing flows through in the expert industry coverage he provides. In addition, Matt also works as an #SEO Analyst at Pam Ann Marketing, helping businesses with search and content marketing.
Buffer has introduced the ability to upload and schedule native video content across all social media platforms with an update to its software platform.
Never mind that this is something companies do all the time. Never mind that there’s no reason to think it will change what’s happening with search in any way. Never mind the weird, April-Fools-looking new domain.
Why the collective jumping at shadows? Well, because if your business depends on your search rankings — and we’ll talk about that in a minute — you probably have a certain amount of Google-induced stress disorder.
But if it causes you more than a few moments of irritation, you may benefit from shifting the way you think about the web’s favorite 800-pound gorilla.
Here’s how I’ve learned to think about Google (courtesy of advice from Copyblogger’s founder, Brian Clark). Which means when they pull stunts like this — and they do, with some regularity — my pain is limited to a few curse words and some moderate tweaking.
Our friend Google caused a panicked rumble through the tech world late Monday afternoon, when they announced they’d be restructuring under a new holding company called Alphabet.
Here’s A Quick List of content marketing ideas that we learned from these genius web guru’s:
- Buffer – quick social sharing for multiple networks (All-In-One)
- Rainmaker.FM – from the masterminds behind Studiopress
- WordPress – always good to mention
- Google+ – seems to be on the rise these days
- Feedly – a personal fave