The thing about social media is that you need people to "share" your posts and page for you to grow fast. Getting a page with thousands of "likes" to share you is the way to do this. If you have a page in mind, then you need to tailor your post to that page for them. When I share posts on the Kent Island Online page they are:
Newsworthy - Letting our readers know something important going on in our area. Entertainment - Letting our readers know of an event that is happening in our area. Human Interest - A story about a local resident doing something extraordinary. Charity - Fundraiser to help a local resident.
What we don't accept are business ads that are not from our paid advertisers, events that compete with our own events, links to our competitors, political smear posts, and undocumented rumors.
A simple look at our social media pages will show exactly what we share. In Facebook, click "posts by others" on a page and then look at the timeline to see what was shared from the outside posts. You can write your post from a business without obviously pushing your business because when your post is shared, it simply says where it came from with a link back to you.
Writing shareable posts is a great way to get your name out there and it's free. Just have something to say of interest to a popular page's readers and you can be on your way!
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Mar 14, 2017 1:44:19 GMT -4