Team Caffeine’s Bold Blend is our Friday boost of inspiration to help you kick start your weekend.
This is content we’ve hand picked from across the Internet because it gives us a buzz we know you’ll love too.
In this week’s round-up:
- 8 Ideas for Using Social Media Content in Emails (CMI)
- 6 Contest Ideas for Twitter & Social Media Worth Exploring (Maximize Social Business)
- What is Content Curation? One of the Best Marketing Tools You’ll Use (socialproof)
Read on to find out what we loved about each of these…
One of our main goals at Social Caffeine is for everything we do to leave all our readers and followers with a buzz in absolutely everything we do. That could be the thrill of learning something new from our social media links, a spurt of laughter at one of our blog posts, or an “aha!” of recognition when we confess one of our mistakes (you didn’t think we were perfect, did you?).
That’s why we love this post from David Devore: 8 Ideas for Using Social Media Content in Emails.
David’s on a campaign to help brands with a fresh and exciting social strategy pump some of that energy into their email marketing, and this blog post is the perfect introduction on how to do that.
Talking of keeping things fresh and exciting, Aaron Lee’s post on Twitter Contests gives six ideas for generating conversation around your brand through giveaways. We really like #5 as a way of generating creative ideas for your brand.
Lastly, we love this introduction to content curation from socialproof. It provides a step-by-step guide on easy ways to discover, filter, share and present content that’s relevant to your audience.
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