Content Marketing Toolkit
Content Marketing Includes Social Media
Patricia Redsicker’s review of the book Content Rules includes a great observation:
I had not yet made the connection between social media and content marketing – I was still treating them as two separate entities.
To assist other marketers with the task of incorporating social media into their content marketing plans, I’ve created a collection of social media tools for content marketing at OneForty. (If you are unaware, OneForty functions as the “app store” for Twitter.)
Two Tools You May Not Know About
My content marketing “toolkit” list covers the basics, but also features two cool tools:
Content marketing relies on telling a consistent and evolving story about your brand. Using Storify you can collect bits and pieces of the social web into a cohesive narrative. Learn more about Storify here.
Keepstream is a platform for building collections of web content. This is particularly helpful for the content marketer who curates ongoing social media conversations and news updates for their audience. Save everything from individual tweets to web pages into topics. You can embed these curated collections into any website, too. Learn more about Keepstream here.
What Did I Miss?
What social media tools would you add that are helpful for content marketing campaigns?
Let me know, and I’ll add them to this toolkit or feature them in an upcoming issue of Chief Content Officer. You can also review other recommended content marketing tools here.