March 29, 2023
Creating content that is engaging and has clear, social-specific goals is only a small part of the larger social media marketing equation. In fact, publishing that content can make or break your strategy, and utilizing the trifecta of content distribution channels - owned, earned, and paid - is essential to extending your social reach and getting the most out of your curated content. If you’re publishing great content and still wondering why you’re not seeing the results you desire, then it’s time to reflect on your method of publication.
The average B2B marketer uses 12 different content marketing tactics with 87% of those marketers using social media. (Source: CMI)
Simply publishing content and hoping that it sticks with some users is about as effective as printing out your article on paper and leaving it in a public place. Using a conglomeration of the three distribution channels gives you the best opportunity to reach the most users. So what’s the big difference?
So what’s the best solution? If you haven’t already guessed, a combination of the three distribution channels typically yields the best results.
There are systems that can be used to simplify the process further. GaggleAMP is a tool that makes the utilization of your employee advocates (an owned distribution channel) easier and more effective by making social sharing as easy as one click for your employees. In turn, you may find that content promoted across your owned distribution channel through employee advocates may flow into other types of distribution when promoted effectively; And owned media can amplify earned media as well.
Give your content the publishing boost it needs to make it the most effective. If you’re wondering why your great content simply isn’t getting the traction it needs, look at how you’re distributing and promoting it, and tap into each of the three distribution channels.
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