Viral Reach – Become a Do-Nothing Facebook Marketer & Explode Your Organic Reach

Facebook depends on YOU to generate relevant content. Content that people want to see again and again. You can bet they don’t want low-quality content, or content that their algorithm flags as being spamy. That’s why it’s even more difficult than ever to build organic reach with unproven content. Facebook’s algorithm will PROMOTE fanpages that push out good content consistently.

Turn your passive fanpages into sales by posting your offers alongside organic content from the web. You’re already spending money and getting fresh fans and reach. Why not improve your business by making sales with organic reach too? Spending all your time posting to your fanpage? Pull some content from web and ease your burden.

Reach local customers on 100% autopilot using your fanpage. No need for costly maintenance. Get maximum reach and maximum impact from your Facebookbfanpage. Building your pages with ads? Turn your new fans into sales by showing them organic content all the time. Build a powerful fanpage by posting a wide variety of content consistently.

Grow multiple fanpages at the same time without having to clone
yourself. Drive an ever-growing amount of traffic to your offers and websites from your fanpage through organic marketing. Get the full range of content for your fanpage, and appeal to every sort of content consumer.

Increase your Facebook ad’s benefits by adding to your bottomline through organic reach. With Viral Reach powering your Facebook pages, it’s just easier and simpler to put the right strategy in place. Your content is going to be there every day in front of your audience… and your fans are going to be engaged… ALWAYS.” (Embolden Always…).

Source: Viral Reach – Set up and forget marketing for your Facebook fanpages

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10 Tips for Saving Time and Getting Better Results with Your Content Marketing

Content marketing can be a time consuming undertaking for businesses. But some have uncovered little tips and tricks for getting the most out of their time and producing significant results. Here are some expert tips from members of the online small business community to help you get more done in less time when carrying out your content marketing strategy.

Repurposed Your Content with this Simple Recipe

Once you create a piece of content and share it, you don’t have to just let it go away. There are smart ways to repurpose content so that you can continue to benefit from it again and again. In her TopRank Marketing blog post, Caitlin Burgess provides a delicious recipe for repurposing your existing  content to satisfy your audience’s appetite.

Get More Likes on Facebook Without Paying for Followers

Facebook is a cornerstone of most content marketing plans. But you need people to actually see the content you post there if you want it to make an impact. And engagement, including likes, is a huge part of that. Neil Patel of Quick Sprout offers some tips for getting more Facebook likes without paying for followers.

Craft Your Blog Posts to the Perfect Length

The optimal length for blog posts and other online content is something that has changed over the years. There are a lot of considerations that go into making this decision. For more, check out this 99signals post by Sandeep Mallya. Then see what the BizSugar community is saying about this content.

Learn the Essentials of Creating a Video Marketing Strategy

If you haven’t yet begun to integrate video into your content marketing strategy, you could be missing out. But it takes some basic knowledge to create a strategy that works. In a recent Content Marketing Institute post, Allen Martinez outlines some of the essential things you need to know before creating your strategy.

Reach More Millennials with Your Social Media Marketing

Millennials are quickly becoming one of the most popular target demographics for businesses — especially on social media. In order to effectively reach this generation with your social media marketing, check out the insights in a recent Social Media HQ post by Chris Zilles.



Repurpose Blog Content for Social Media

Once you’ve posted a piece of content on your blog, you can stretch that content to have it make the most possible impact by repurposing it for different social media platforms. Learn more about this tactic in a recent DIY Marketers post by Grace Carter.

Consider the Pros and Cons of WordPress for Your Blog

WordPress is the most popular platform out there for blogs and websites in general. But there are other options, so you need to carefully consider each when building your site. Christopher Jan Benitez discusses the pros and cons of WordPress in a recent Basic Blog Tips post.

Build Quality Backlinks

In order to get your content found through online search, it helps to have some other websites link back to your posts or pages. In his post, Dan Swords offers some tips for building quality backlinks to your content. BizSugar members also share thoughts on the post as well.

Remember to Account for CRO

Whether you’re creating a piece of content or engaging in any other sort of marketing activity, it’s important you always consider how your efforts translate to actual customers. That’s where CRO, or conversion rate optimization, comes in. Learn more in this Biz Penguin post by Ivan Widjaya.

Lead Your Team Beyond Email Marketing Monotony

Your team should take just as much care when crafting marketing emails as they do in creating blog posts or any other form of content. If your business is stuck in the land of email marketing monotony, perhaps the tips in this Target Marketing post by Daniel Burstein could help.



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