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social media how toLooking for a way to simplify the process of publishing your curated content on Facebook?

Want to schedule curated content posts and links to your own blog?

By using If This Then That (IFTTT), Pocket, and Google Docs, you can create a cost-effective and time-saving workflow that will help you keep your Facebook page stocked with scheduled page posts.

In this article you’ll discover how to curate and schedule content for your Facebook page using three free apps.

free tools to publish curated content on facebook

Discover how to use free tools to curate and publish content on Facebook.

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social media how toIs curated content part of your social media marketing?

Looking for new ways to collect and share curated content?

New tools are changing the way marketers compile and deliver handpicked content to their social media audiences.

In this article you’ll discover four unique ways to curate social media content on Medium, Twitter, SlideShare, and your blog.

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Discover four unique ways to publish curated content on social media.

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social media how toAre your prospects on Pinterest?

Do you want to start a Pinterest Board?

When starting on Pinterest, you’ll want to fill new boards with quality starter pins.

Once you’ve launched your new boards, it’s important to pin more content to them daily.

In this article you’ll find out how to develop Pinterest boards for your business.

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Discover how to start a successful Pinterest board.

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social media toolsAre you looking for better ways to find new and interesting content to share?

Is finding time to read and share interesting content a battle?

In this article, I outline 3 tools to help you find and share great content while saving you valuable time.

#1: Subscribe to Blogs Using Feedly

Blog posts can be a great source of content, but it takes time to visit each blog and check for new posts every day. Subscribe via email and you get far too many emails or they may not arrive at a suitable time for you to read them. This makes an RSS reader a valuable curation tool.

Google Reader has been widely adopted by content curators, but Google is retiring this product on July 1.

An ideal replacement is Feedly, which lets you easily receive, organize, read and share content from your favorite blogs.

With Feedly, the most recent content from each blog you subscribe to is added each time you open it up. Feedly makes sure you see new content and provides a central place to read and share it from.

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