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CoPromote Featured in AlleyWatch: “How Creators Get Noticed”

AlleyWatch is one of the leading outlets for information on technology, startups, and entrepreneurs. CoPromote CEO Mike More recently did a Q&A with them, wherein he discusses how CoPromote was launched and how it works. Check out the excerpt and quote below, then hit the link for the full Q&A.


Are you a creator but unsatisfied with your marketing team? Good news, now you can do it yourself. CoPromote, the social marketing hub for creators has already hit 800,000+ creators and is looking to make an impact on how creators get noticed.

I was – and still am – a creator.  My biggest pain point was that after I invested in creating the best content, I had to hand over the marketing to a third party company who often would drop the ball.  I needed a tool to market my content.

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This NYC Startup is Reaching 50 Million New People a Day: Find Out How

 

YouTube Star Matthias Says: Collaborate!

Matthias is a YouTuber who started with no subscribers in 2012 and worked his way up to over 700,000 subscribers and over 80 million views at last count.

In a recently published Q&A with Vlognation, Matthias offers some useful advice for creators just starting out.

One of our favorite tips: “Collaboration is the best way to promote your channel, just make sure you’re collaborating with someone with a similar audience that would be interested in watching your content.”

CoPromote is built on the idea that similar creators working together is one of the most effective and affordable ways to reach new audiences, and we’re always happy to see the idea validated by experienced creators who have made collaborative marketing work for them.

Check out the rest of his Q&A at Vlognation, and watch the clip below to see how Mattias does it.

Sources: Vlognation, Matthias

Featured CoPromoter: Musician Ryan Cabrera

The CoPromote community thrives in its great content from musicians, artists, and all types of creators. Ryan Cabrera is a successful musician who broke through in the 2000s with his album “Take It All Away”, produced by Atlantic Records. His songs “On the Way Down” and “True” made the Billboard Hot 100 and his album went on to become Double Platinum. Ryan has been an active CoPromoter since the very beginning. He has used the platform to reach out to his current and potential fans. His new album is set to release Fall 2015, and already has a #1 track in the Billboard Dance board. Check out the chat we had with Ryan about his music, instagram love, and what we can look forward to in the future.

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1. What have you been up to for the past few years?

Besides touring, painting and DJing, I really have spent the past few years non-stop in the studio working hard at perfecting the new album. Sometimes [my] ideas come even after recording a song, so I was very adamant about taking as long as it took on making this record. It was very important to me to work and rework my songs and look at them from different angles. I didn’t wanna rush anything and I’m glad I didn’t.

2. How has CoPromote helped you market yourself and your events?

CoPromote has help me reach all my fans, current and potential. I am a huge fan of influencer based marketing and artists helping artists and fans helping fans. I am trying to reach everyone I can with this new album as I’m very proud of it and all the hard work (and time) that went into creating it. CoPromote is a valuable asset in my ability to reach as many people as i can.

3. Do you use any other social media apps to connect with your fans?

Right now I’m an Instagram / Twitter guy. Facebook is something we use as everyone is on it. Im trying to learn snapchat but I’m really an instagram guy.

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4. What kind of things can we expect from you in the future?

I am planning on really branching out into different facets of entertaining. I like to do the unexpected so you never really know what’s gonna happen. Obviously my main goal is to promote this album and get it out to ears who may have never heard my music or even me as an artist. I love trying to turn people into my fans who would never listen to my records previously.

5. Favorite new song of yours?
I am loving the Nikolai Remix of House on Fire they are blasting on Sirius radio right now: that tropical house vibe is my shit!!

Connect with Ryan on CoPromote! Follow him on Twitter and Instagram.

Featured CoPromoter: Social Change Advocate Kiersten Marek

The internet is a great platform to voice your ideas and advocate for social change. Kiersten Marek, writer for news website Inside Philanthropy, uses CoPromote to spread her knowledge and connect with other like minded individuals. Using real life experience, she brings different perspective on many issues. Check out the chat we had with Kiersten below about her content, and the issues she is most passionate about!

 

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1. What kind of creator are you?
I like to think I’m a creator of social change — someone who helps our culture articulate its hopes and fears and find ways to create a better society. The way I do that is through writing. Currently I’m a Senior Editor for Inside Philanthropy, a news website created by David Callahan. To say I am fascinated with this work would be an understatement.

 

2. Where do you get your ideas for your articles?
My content often grows kind of organically out of the real world. I’m a clinical social worker by day and a writer by night, so I get many of my ideas from what I see around me in my work. A family will come to me for help with adopting a much older child, for example, and it will prompt me to start researching this special problem, and sometimes I’ll realize there’s a story there about which foundations are funding adoption work, what programs are out there to help these families, and what we are doing on the national level to address the issues.

 

3. How do you use CoPromote?
I use CoPromote to find my base of like-minded folks. We all need help from other people who understand what we are talking about and, through support or discussion or debate, help us refine our ideas. I love how CoPromote is divided into distinct sections for promoting material. So, for example, when I wrote about LGBT funding in the tech world recently, I could reach out to fellow Co-Promoters through the Lifestyle section and LGBT subsection to find support. I also learned more about Bitcoin by using CoPromote, and will soon have a new article out about the Gates Foundation’s recent grant to Bitsoko, a new and important breakthrough for the Bitcoin movement.

 

4. Have you found anybody on CoPromote whose work you really like?
Lots. Dr. Gail Barnes has raised my awareness about the importance of recycled packaging, for example. David Teten is a great person to follow as a business guru. I also like Jessica Greenhood, who contributes a lot of high quality material. I also enjoy many of the food and drink Copromoters, and learn about nifty things to try in my kitchen from them.

 

5. What is the topic you’re most passionate about? 
Dangerous question! This one could take all day. ☺
I am passionate about living well. Twenty years as a social worker has made me painfully aware of how our work and money- obsessed culture forgets about the rest of life. I want to help more people not have that happen to them. To that end, I am passionate about helping more people live less desperately. I want to help end poverty as we know it. This is not a simple thing to do. It involves turning many knobs and pulling many levers in just one individual life, not to mention on the larger scale for a community.
I’m passionate about things like overtime pay, and affordable housing for all, and good jobs with real benefits like access to education and health care. I’m also passionate about domestic violence prevention and equality for marginalized populations. And last but not least, I am passionate about play — the importance of play as an essential part of life, particularly in childhood.

 

Check out Kiersten Marek’s articles! Connect with her on CoPromote.