How to make your content more shareable

Best practices to get your website content shared

The internet is flooded with much information. Some say too much.

So how can your small business compete with all the other websites and all the content?

Even more, how do you encourage your audiences share your content?

Maybe you’ve got your content generation act together. Your writers might be creating a steady stream of website posts, all posts are well-structured and attentive to your target audience’s needs, over time the number of website visitors from organic search is slowly increasing (which is a good thing).

But you notice that there are those posts that goes viral in a matter of hours while other captures very little attention. You need to ask yourself what went right for that posts that went viral and how are they different from posts that did not.

What are the primary strategies to make people share your content?

Provide content that talks about your audience. Their issues, their problems, and make them the hero of your stories.

While doing this provide content that clearly explains who you are to your customers, and how you help.

Provide content that makes your readers fulfilled. That gives them real answers to real problems. When your content helps them, they will share your content with others.

 In conclusion, although you’ve heard this a million times before…. provide value!

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