Sep 3, 2012

9 Steps to Compelling Contagious Content for Your Social Media Marketing
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Content comes in all types of formats, shapes and styles and often the creator has only a few brief seconds to entice you to go beyond the headline or the opening line.

 

Why do you turn on the television? Why do you open a magazine? Why do you read the newspaper, whether it is online or folded and crumpled on your coffee table?

We want to be entertained, amused and educated and the reason you open the laptop, turn on the tablet or browse on the mobile, is that we are seeking information and it is called content.

Google earns $30 billion a year indexing and helping you find information and content. In an information age, creating content should become the focus of your marketing, whether it is for the consumer or for business

 

Read more at http://www.jeffbullas.com/2011/11/30/9-steps-to-compelling-contagious-content-for-your-social-media-marketing/#RjLoRcAgdgPtqdTd.99
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