5 Places To Find Great Social Media Content
Content curation and creation for your Social Media is important, but time-consuming. Here are 5 sources of the best content, regardless of your industry:
Alltop saves you having to scrawl through 10 different websites to find what you want. Ideal for the busy social manager, Alltop’s clear user interface allows users to choose content quickly by viewing highlights from key sites.
Buzzsumo takes content curation to the next level by analysing the success and statistics of each piece of content. This allows you to see what’s shared the most, and what could be a hidden gem. Ideal for the analytical social manager, Buzzsumo even allows you to filter content according to date, language, country or word count.
On the content creation side, Canva is an easy-to-use design tool which allows you to create professional graphics of any dimensions in minutes. With Social Media guru Guy Kawasaki on the team, Canva is free to use unless you pay for their premium icons, images or layouts.
Feedly is a platform for finding, sharing and integrating content (if you use Slack, the user interface won’t be too dissimilar). Feedly organises your content into streams based on topics. The platform is ideal for remote teams looking to stay organised.
Medium is a huge encyclopaedia of articles ideal for sharing on Social Media. The online publishing platform has USPs in the tech and creativity fields, and is almost like a social media channel in itself; with users being able to publish their own articles (for free). We aren’t sure, however, where the name came from.