Robert Caruso just posted this great blog about sharing content, while I do realize I am sharing a blog post about the oversharing of someone else’s content, it’s a great read. Check out the rest of his posts here: http://bundlepost.wordpress.com
Before I dig fairly deep into this subject, I want to be very clear about a couple of things:
1) There are no steadfast rules about social media marketing, with the exception of: DO NOT spam.
2) My intent is to guide my readers toward improved effectiveness and real net results based on my results, not a theory that generates blog traffic to sell my book about something I have never really done.
3) I largely write for a specific audience that consists of the social media marketer, the small to medium brand or the social media agency, not particularly for the enthusiast. Please recognize that this post is directly focusing on those using social media for marketing.
Literally hundreds of times per day, I view the feeds, walls and pages of people I am connected with. I am looking to RT (Retweet), share and otherwise promote them. The unfortunate…
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Thanx for sharing. Do not misunderstand ONLY sharing or RT’g others content, with the requirement of your strategy to include SOME shares and RT’s.