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This week on the podcast I talk to Jeff Sieh of Manly Pinterest Tips about Pinterest, Facebook video and more. This was a great discussion filled with tons of information and tips on making the most of your time on Pinterest and how you can utilize Pinterest to promote your own blog.
We all get stuck from time to time on trying to come up with new ideas we can develop into valuable content that our audience wants to see from us. Fortunately over my time blogging, I have found methods that will either help me generate new content ideas or tools that I will use to retrieve content ideas that I have stashed there previously. Here are a few of these tools and techniques that I use to come up with ideas.
Who doesn’t like watching cat videos, epic rap battles and finding out what friends are up to this weekend? Is any of it conducive to growing my business, my brand or my community? Definitely not. Inspired and influenced by Chris Brogan’s new book, The Freaks Shall Inherit The Earth, and in it, his description of systems, schedules, to-do lists and finding discipline, I vowed to make positive changes.
BuzzSumo is a content search engine that I guarantee will change how you find your content and the way you look at content discovery in general. It is extremely easy to use and yet very powerful, which is why it should be a tool that you get familiar with sooner rather than later.
Content discovery has become so important that tools once used for other purposes have now integrated this feature into their offerings. Three of these tools that we’re going to explore today include Hootsuite, Buffer and Klout.