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CoPromote Community Positive Vibes!

We love positive vibes from our community members!

Tweets like this are the best proof that your social campaigns are working. Take the initiative and jumpstart a conversation with someone who has supported you. You never know where it might take you! Check out Earth Approved’s Kickstarter for an app that alerts you to toxins in your food.

And the good energy doesn’t stop there. Be sure to login or join CoPromote to be part of the good energy!

Product Update: Customize Your Profile Bio

We’ve added the ability to edit your bio on your CoPromote profile. Now, you can either write one from scratch or we can import it from one of your connected feeds.

How well you set up your profile says a lot about how devoted you are to your online brand or persona and it speaks to the quality of your content.

If you haven’t already, login now and make sure your profile is up to date. It could make the difference between getting shared or being ignored or blocked.

Edit Profile Bio Example

 

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How To Write A Great Tweet And Get Reach

Buffer and Jimmy Hang of Twitter for Small Business @TwitterSmallBiz (our new partner), co-hosted a webinar last week with great suggestions on how to get more clicks, retweets, and reach. We’ve summarized some key points and how you can optimize your tweets to get shared by the CoPromote community.

Click through to Fast Company‘s excellent and comprehensive post for the details.

1. You want your followers to take actions that will benefit your business.

Twitter users follow a median of six brands on Twitter, looking for things like interesting and fun content, news and updates, discounts and promos and more. 

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2. Keep tweets conversational.

Think about how your content will be consumed by your followers. Would they want to retweet it or pass it along to others? Here are some conversational examples: 3030462-inline-i-3-3030462-a-scientific-guide-to-writing-great-tweets-how-to-get-more-clicks-retweets-and-reach

3. Use Viral Words And Phrases To Get Retweets

Salesforce found that tweets that specifically ask followers to “retweet” receive 12X higher retweet rates than those that do not. Twitter_101__How_To_Get_More_Clicks__Retweets__And_Reach___Fast_Company___Business___Innovation 3030462-inline-i-6-3030462-a-scientific-guide-to-writing-great-tweets-how-to-get-more-clicks-retweets-and-reach So the general rule that action words make for stronger, more compelling writing is also true for tweets.

4. Optimize for Your Goal

Tweet with a goal in mind. Include a strong call-to-action with a link to your website. 3030462-inline-i-7-3030462-a-scientific-guide-to-writing-great-tweets-how-to-get-more-clicks-retweets-and-reach

5. Keep It Short

Research by Track Social on 100 well-known brands popular on Twitter found that the sweet spot for tweet length is right around 100 characters.

6. Photos and video can make content twice as engaging

Rich media like photos and Vine or YouTube videos to drive retweets–it can double engagement with users.

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CoPromote works to get your tweets viral to the right audiences, so remember to follow these tips when setting up your posts for sharing – and just importantly: engage your audience to increase your reach! You put all that work into setting up the post, get the most of out it by following up and engaging your new audience to build loyalty.

Tips: Boost Your Facebook Engagements with Two Copromote favorites: Network and Share

Some good tips on boosting your Facebook engagements from the folks at WhoIsHostingThis:

We are particularly in agreement with the first two: Make Connections and Share Content.

At CoPromote, that’s all we do: We connect you with similar members, and you exchange social posts promoting each other.

Give us a try, it’s free to use and you can join with one click via Twitter or Facebook.

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For more info on how to use CoPromote, click HERE.

How Facebook’s “Story Bumping” and “Last Actor” Can Help Refresh Your Headliner Posts

Facebook announced Tuesday that they are adding two new changes to their newsfeed algorithm.

Via AllFacebook: “Story Bumping”, which allows engaging posts you haven’t seen to be bumped up to the top of News Feed later in the day, and “Last Actor”, which takes into account the last 50 engagements a user has performed, and gives those users a slight bump up in News Feed ranking.”

Based on test results. these changes will help make users’ content more visible. On their blog, Facebook explains: “With so many stories, there is a good chance people would miss something they wanted to see if we displayed a continuous, unranked stream of information. Our ranking isn’t perfect, but in our tests, when we stop ranking and instead show posts in chronological order, the number of stories people read and the likes and comments they make decrease.”

This is good news for Headliner members.  Whenever someone recommends you, we provide a direct link to the post so you can engage new audiences directly. With “Story Bumping” and “Last Actor”, there is a better chance for your recommendations to be “refreshed” in the newsfeed when someone (including you) engages with the post.

We are looking forward to seeing how this improves engagement levels and we’ll be keeping you posted. Meantime, let us know how these changes are working out for you.

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