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Dan Willis #smwl19 Jun 12
Howdy ! 3 countries (πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡«πŸ‡·πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ) and my favorite?
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Pitchbox App Jun 12
πŸ‘‹ Hi everyone! Welcome to with ! πŸ₯³ We're excited that you are here! Here's an icebreaker question for you: How many πŸ—ΊοΈ countries have you traveled to and which do you think is the best? 🧳✈️
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Pitchbox App Jun 12
Q4. What tools do you use to increase the efficiency of your content promotion activities?
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Dan Willis #smwl19 Jun 12
Replying to @PitchboxApp
A1 The worst at the moment is puking all over feeds and getting 0 engagement for their efforts.
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Alexandra Tachalova Jun 12
A4. We use a few tools that help us: - Analyze the competitive landscape in SERPs - and - Understand what topics are currently in demand - - Acquire links through email outreach - 😘
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Alexandra Tachalova Jun 12
Replying to @PitchboxApp
A3. Previously, I was a big believer that the more content is the better. But after some trial and error, I changed my mind. The less is better. I prefer to ensure that each and every piece we publish ends up bringing a solid flow of organic traffic.
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Justin Champion Jun 12
Replying to @PitchboxApp
I think u can repurpose the theme/idea across channels. The big thing is making sure that u focus on the experience. Maybe u share a longer update to Facebook & paraphrase that update to Twitter. I wouldn't recommend pushing Insta posts to Twitter. That looks lazy.
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Pitchbox App Jun 12
Justin, This is super impressive! are you traveling by car or?
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Pitchbox App Jun 12
Q1. What are the most common content promotion mistakes that you keep stumbling upon?
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Justin Champion Jun 12
I love how you used a video for the response as well. Video is a great way to engage people and keep them tuned in.
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Pitchbox App Jun 12
Q5. What experts/blogs do you recommend following to make your next content promotion campaign successful?
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Dan Willis #smwl19 Jun 12
Replying to @PitchboxApp
A3 Promotion (sharing with those who need it) far outweighs creation.
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Pitchbox App Jun 12
πŸ—£οΈThe chat with starts in less than 1 hour! πŸ’ƒπŸ•Ί 🌟🌟🌟 We'll be talking about content marketing promotion tactics to help you get more traffic to your website.
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Alexandra Tachalova Jun 12
Replying to @PitchboxApp
A2. My favorite tactic is to use a smart combination of paid and organic channels. For instance, it's much cheaper to boost posts on FB that have already gained a solid engagement. Plus, I recommend targeting users who have previously visited your blog.
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Dawn Anderson Jun 12
Replying to @PitchboxApp
Making it better is preferable since everything adds to the ontology in a site
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Justin Champion Jun 12
Replying to @PitchboxApp
I generally see the cadence being 3 months long. Once I publish a new piece of content, I find ways to promote/repurpose it for the next 2-3 months. That being said, I'm always promoting content I've created, even if it's 3 years old. Focus on quality, not quantity.
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Dan Willis #smwl19 Jun 12
As a I am actively looking for / in , and . Would love to do a world tour by the end of 2019!
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Pitchbox App Jun 12
Replying to @dawnieando
Thanks for joining us, Dawn! I guess it depends on how much time you have at your disposal to spend on optimizing vs creating something new πŸ™ƒ
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Dan Taylor Jun 12
Replying to @PitchboxApp
Try and produce a piece of content that you think your target audience will get value from, then through social sharing, emails etc get it into their newsfeeds/social feeds in a non-invasive manner. Or publish it on a third-party site where you know they look.
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Pitchbox App Jun 12
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