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Where to Find Tweet-Worthy Content

by Cara McGinnis • January 20, 2014
Tweet-Worthy ContentYou have so many other things on your plate and the last thing on your list is to find content. This should actually be the first thing on your to-do list. If it’s last, give me a call and I will tell you all of the reasons why it should be first. It actually shouldn’t even be on a to-do list, it should just be done automatically, everyday.

Back to why we are here. Here are 8 places to find Tweet-worthy content when your content is running dry.

  1. Feedly – let’s you follow, read and share what matters to you. Anytime. Anywhere.
  2. Good Reads – find important quotes that matter to your industry or to your followers
  3. All Top – helps you answer the question, “What’s happening?” in “all the topics” that interest you.
  4. Pinterest – search, Popular posts
  5. Google + – check out what is hot and recommended on the side search bar

  1. LinkedIn Pulse – gives you news and insights that you need to know (from influencers, groups and people you follow)
  2. StumbleUpon – a collection of the Internet’s best stories. Option for thumbs up (like what you see) and a thumbs down (don’t like what I see and never show again).
  3. Twitter Lists – a list of curated groups of Twitter users. You can create your own lists or subscribe to lists created by others. Viewing a list timeline will show you a stream of Tweets from only the users on that list. Making the Twitter List
Now you have no excuse to not put out great content. It doesn’t always have to be original. In fact, to get more followers, sharing is caring and that will resonate in the Twittersphere.

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