9 essential sites for sourcing shareable social media content
Our favourite places to find brilliant content for businesses on social media
Social media is all about strategy: before you start posting, you’ve got to think about what you’re doing and why. Popular articles, videos, images and presentations can help boost your social media presence.
As a follow-up to our social media marketing training courses which we run in Colchester, Essex, you’ll find some good resources here.
These are just some of the sites and apps that can HELP your social media offering but they shouldn’t FORM it. As we discuss in training, you should stay individual and true to your own brand/business.
Pinterest – picture based search engine and social media platform
Google Alerts – set up an alert that emails you interesting new content based on the criteria you ask for
Feedly – lets you find and organise content that matters to you
Buzzfeed – ‘most social content on the web’ according to their website
Huffington Post – popular online newspaper – news, blogs and content
Slideshare – where people share presentations
Youtube – video-sharing search engine and social network
Bored Panda – popular art, design and photography community
Reddit – not easy to navigate initially but a great resource: it shows you what people on the internet think is important/valuable/interesting. Users vote for submissions. Worth having a poke about if you’ve got some time.