Content Repurposing Strategy

Content Repurposing Strategy

Lesson Details:
October 07, 2020

I: Introduction

A: Seo and social media marketing strategy

SEO is an acronym for Search Engine Optimization. It is the process of optimizing content to improve visibility in search engine results pages (SERPs). This process includes analyzing keywords, backlinks, site structure, keywords density, site speed, etc. The SEO team at Syska Digital is composed of experts that create an SEO strategy that fits the requirements of the client website.

Social media marketing involves utilizing different social media platforms to share information, conduct business, and create engagement with your target audience. Social media marketing strategy is focused on creating content that attracts users to your page and convinces them to buy your product or service.

II: Body

A: Content repurposing strategy

Content repurposing is a combination of SEO and SMM strategies. It involves taking existing web content and promoting it on social networks. The goal is to increase visibility of your website content, build your brand’s online presence, and drive traffic to your website. Let us highlight some methods used by our experts for this purpose:

1. Facebook – Facebook is one of the most popular social networks worldwide. It has 1.49 billion active users as of May 2016. It is a platform for brands to engage with their users and to promote their products and services. It is also a great way to increase the number of visitors to your website. Create a Facebook Business Page for your brand and project a professional image. On the other hand, share your website’s content on your page. You can also create a Facebook group or start a fan page for your brand. Here are some additional ideas:

a) Create a Facebook Event Page – this allows you to invite all of your brand’s followers to engage with your brand. You can also use it as a way to gather feedback from your fans about a new product or service you offer.

b) Create a Facebook Fan Page – fan pages are a great way to address the needs of your customers. For instance, if you have a hotel brand you can create a page where you can ask for tips from travelers who have stayed at your hotel. In addition, you can use this as a tool to send customer care messages and announce events such as discounts. Furthermore, if you have a restaurant brand you can post pictures of your dishes and include user reviews.

c) Post Links – make sure to post links to your website’s blog content and other web pages within your website. Make sure you link to your website’s homepage as well as other key pages such as privacy policy, terms & conditions, contact page, etc. Remember that when posting links on Facebook there should be no more than 10 per post. Linking too many times will only annoy people and they will not visit your website. Also avoid posting “click here” or “read more” type of links. Instead post text along with the link so people will understand why they should click on it.

d) Create a Facebook Page for Products – this is a great way to advertise and promote your products and services. Make sure you update the page regularly with useful information about your products or services such as prices, sales information, etc. This will help you build trust among customers and increase sales conversions. If you do not have enough time to keep up with your Facebook page then hire someone to do it for you. Our SEO company at Syska Digital offers such services for clients seeking help with their social media marketing efforts. We have an expert that manages Facebook pages for our clients so they can focus on growing their business instead of worrying about maintaining their Facebook page.

2. Twitter – Twitter is another popular social network with over 310 million monthly active users as of January 2017. It is also a platform for brands to communicate with their target market which gives them more chance to get direct feedback from their users which in turn helps them improve their products or services. Here are some ideas our SEO specialists use for this purpose:

a) Post Short Updates – Twitter updates should be short so people who browse Twitter on mobile devices don’t get annoyed with long tweets on their timeline. They will simply close that tweet or delete it completely if they are not interested in reading it anymore. However, if people are interested in the topic of the tweet they will likely respond since tweets are public on Twitter unless there is some kind of protection turned on. Furthermore, make sure you use appropriate hashtags when posting on Twitter so it can be seen by others on Twitter who are interested in that topic. For instance, if you are tweeting about marketing for hotel brands then use hashtags like #hotelmarketing or #hotelseo along with relevant keywords related to what you are promoting such as #DigitalMarketingHotel #DigitalMarketingForHotels #HotelSEO #DigitalMarketingForHospitalityBrands #DigitalMarketingTips #DigitalMarketingStrategy #DigitalMarketingCampaigns #DigitalMarketingServices #DigitalMarketingTipsHotels #DigitalMarketingTipsRestaurants etc.

b) Send Direct Messages – similar to Facebook DMs, DMs on Twitter are private so they provide an excellent opportunity for communicating directly with prospects or customers without sharing any information with others who may be following you on Twitter but may not be interested in what you are promoting at the moment. Here are some additional ideas when using DMs:

i) Private message individual users rather than sending blanket DMs that everyone who follows you gets in their inboxes which could be quite annoying if they are not interested in what you are promoting at that time;

ii) Use DMs for asking questions about your products or services;

iii) Use DMs for asking questions about general customer service related issues;

iv) Personalize your DMs by inserting the name of the receiver in the message;

v) Let people know when they receive a DM; i.e., “You have received a DM from us today which means we have something important to tell you” so they know not to ignore it if it turns out to be an important message from your company; and lastly

vi) Do not spam people with DMs since nothing is more annoying than getting random DMs from strangers who just want to sell you something or who have nothing better to do than to reach out to strangers wanting their attention because there is nothing else going on in their life at that moment :). Spamming people won’t get you anywhere but blocked from Twitter for being annoying! Be smart when using Twitter DMs!

3. LinkedIn – LinkedIn is another great social network for business-to-business interactions and building business-to-consumer relationships as well. The platform was designed specifically for professionals looking for networking opportunities and career advancement opportunities while helping other professionals achieve success in their careers as well through recommendations and endorsements from other professionals in their network who know them personally and professionally. Here are some additional ideas to help you promote your brand through LinkedIn:

a) Connect With Influencers – connect with people who have a large personal network on LinkedIn including famous people in the industry whose personal network could help spread the word about your brand even beyond the boundaries of LinkedIn since they could be followed by millions of people outside LinkedIn who may never join LinkedIn due to privacy concerns or lack of time but still want access to news and information about their favorite stars via social networks such as Facebook, Instagram, etc.;

b) Send InMail Messages – this is an excellent way to promote your brand since InMail messages reach prospects directly unlike email messages which go into spam folders due to lack of interest in the subject line and reputation issues that prevent emails from reaching prospects’ inboxes directly; and finally:

c) Invite Customers To Join Your Network – this will give you direct access to promote your brand by sending invitations inviting customers who may not yet be connected to you on LinkedIn due to privacy concerns or lack of time or simply because they haven’t thought about it yet since they haven’t been asked to join yet by anyone in their network yet; however, when they receive an invitation from someone in their network such as someone in their own company they know personally and professionally then they might want to accept it especially when an invitation comes from someone whom they admire in terms of his/her work experience in the industry and in general in life in general since people often like doing business with companies they admire because doing business with them makes them feel good about themselves; however, make sure first that the person you are inviting is actually relevant to your industry or target market otherwise you could look like a spammer (if it happens frequently) which would reflect poorly on both the receiver of the

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