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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Built in NYC is a great resource for recruiting and networking with startups and talent. Our CEO Mike More recently spoke with them and shared CoPromote’s mission.
“I saw that one thing missing for creators was a piece of marketing technology, so they resorted to collaborations,” said More. “We thought it’d be much easier if there was a piece of software that allows creators to market themselves to like-minded individuals.”
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CoPromote CEO Mike More was featured in a Q&A on the media and technology blog, The Makegood.
In the interview titled Increase Views on your Promotions with the CoPromote Platform, he highlights how CoPromote’s post exchange platform empowers content creators of all kinds to reach compatible, new audiences, and scale their marketing network on the social web – quickly, easily, and in many cases, for free.
The members with the best content get the most shares and the most out of CoPromote. On average we can help our members get 26x more new shares per social post. As members use CoPromote, we help them build a network of people who like and share their content. CoPromote members who share content from fellow members are 97% likely to share content from that member a second time.
He also mentions our latest project in the works: CoPromote’s mobile app.
Click through to read more: http://www.the-makegood.com/2014/06/16/how-to-increase-views-on-your-promotions-with-the-copromote-platform/
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Our CEO Mike More was the Featured Founder on the daily newsletter published by Mattermark, one the leading companies providing analysis of startups to venture capitalists.
In the Q&A, Mike shares some insight into the creation and success of CoPromote.
Read through and consider ways that you can apply some of these ideas to your work.
Headliner CEO Mike More recently contributed to a piece on How (and Why) Musicians Are Using Twitter for Read Write Web. Check it out below and consider some of his points as you manage your band’s social marketing strategy.
“Asking Twitter followers to buy one’s latest album is probably not a good approach, warns More. “That doesn’t provide any value for your fans. It’s a demand.” Instead, the experts recommend having conversations with fans, soliciting their feedback when appropriate and doing things like host group interviews via Twitter. When the opportunity arises for fans to enter their credit card information, those that want to will do it.”
More at Read Write Web.