When managing your brand across various social media platforms it can be difficult to constantly create fresh content.
One solution is RSS Feeds.
Because I have several brands, I can’t always post on the social media platforms connected to them. While I am focusing on building one brand, another may suffer so I use RSS Feeds to keep content flowing on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.
Yesterday, my Facebook page posted an article from a media outlet concerning the return of a Soap Opera favorite. I had no idea. I set up my feeds to post at regular intervals and don’t always get to read what posts to my Social Media. But, when my Facebook notifications kept going off, I had to take a look and here’s what I found:
Oh, and the page gained 14 new likes. Those “other” clicks? Traffic to my website.
All on a page that only has 186 likes.
So what are you waiting for?
Get those RSS Feeds set up and reap the rewards!
Check back tomorrow when I will share with you how to identify which feeds work best for your brand and how to get RSS feeds set up.