Alex Swallow en social media training, Entrepreneurs, Social Media Owner • The Influence Expert 23/5/2017 · 1 min de lectura · 2,1K

Finding New Channels To Spread Your Work Online

Finding New Channels To Spread Your Work Online

This is my very first post on this platform. It is exciting- and very slightly intimating to be a newbie and it made me think about the importance of finding new places to share your work online.

My own work is about influence.

I try to find new ways to share content online and then let my audience know about opportunities that I think they should explore.


For example, I'm a veteran of writing articles on LinkedIn- in fact I reached my 100th article recently. The article I wrote about my experiences went viral.

As I was sharing that article I started to notice people talking on social media about this platform and so I thought I should check it out too. I'm looking forward to learning more about how it works and how it is different.


I also share my work via:

- my own blog

- YouTube

- Twitter

- writing guest posts

- Soundcloud

- Periscope

- Instagram

- Facebook

- Medium

- Slideshare

- Quora


and more!

In my view, while it is important to be represented across a range of the main social media channels it is also important to find the ones which resonate most with you and to focus on them. I'm always curious to learn why it is that some people love sharing content on a particular platform but really don't like using another.

Plus of course, you need to go where the people that you are trying to influence are based.


If you read this article, please let me know about your experiences of using this platform and why you like it. I am looking forward to telling my networks that there is another channel worth checking out.






Alex Swallow is The Influence Expert and author of 'How To Become An Influencer'. A free copy of the book and many tips about growing your influence can be found at www.theinfluenceexpert.com. You can join his online course, 'How To Network' free here. He is also the Owner of the social good interview series, Social Good Six, you can access all the interviews here.



Jared J. Wiese 24/5/2017 · #31

See https://www.bebee.com/content/1512363 for how to beBee will auto-tweet great articles.

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Jared J. Wiese 24/5/2017 · #29

#23 Ah, no worries. Once you have 20+ Relevants (likes) and 5+ Comments on an article (honey), tweet it and add "BUZZ" in front of @beBee. Author has to do it. So, this article would tweet like this:

Finding New Channels To Spread Your Work Online https://www.bebee.com/producer/@alex-swallow/finding-new-channels-to-spread-your-work-online via BUZZ @beBee

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Jared J. Wiese 24/5/2017 · #28

#25 I wondered about those, Lance! Emojis and handles. Awesome.

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Hello Alex, I'm new to Bebee and what made me decide for this social network were the articles that come up and a greater human contact that I have noticed.
I don't speak english but I undestand.
You are welcome.

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Paul Walters 24/5/2017 · #26

@Alex Swallow Well I think the responses to post no 1 should convince you. Bebee is undoubtedly the best site I have come across in years !

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Lance 🐝 Scoular 24/5/2017 · #25

BTW @Alex SwallowAlex
FYI:

Using the emojis on my Samsung S8

👥ed = shared
👥ing = sharing
🐝🐝= beBee
🐤 = Twitter
🐳 = LinkedIn
🔥 = blast, via my designated Twitter Network of handles all at the same time.
🚲 = cycle, a growing curated list of beBee Producer articles and other articles related to beBee (currently about 360+)
rotated through my network randomly over a 2 to 3 week period.

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Lance 🐝 Scoular 24/5/2017 · #24

Hi Ho @Alex Swallowalex
Gr8 post.
👍👏👏👏👏

👥ed 🐝🐝🐤🐳🔥🚲

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Alex Swallow 24/5/2017 · #23

#22 Hi Jared- excuse my ignorance, but I'm not sure how to use that- I saw your kind tweet but I wasn't sure I understood?

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