CoPromote was included in Symmetry50’s list of Top 100 Startups in Manhattan.
We are in great company with some of the best apps in the game.
Oscar winner and entrepreneur Kevin Spacey recently gave CoPromote a shout-out in his closing keynote at Content Marketing World 2014.
In his speech he focuses on the three pillars of content and strategy: conflict, authenticity, and the audience. Highlighting distribution, he focused on channels like Youtube and applications like CoPromote that empower content creators to reach new audiences directly.
“Platforms like CoPromote are making it easier for creators to build audiences through social media…”
Check out the clip below, and keep his advice in mind.
When CoPromote launched as music app Headliner.fm, targeting was easy: everyone was a musician, so targeting was simply a matter of choosing a genre that fit. When CoPromote grew to include all content creators – bloggers, app developers, small businesses – it became necessary to update our categories to help a more diverse community better target its boosted posts. Below is a list and preview of the updated categories, subcategories, and how to use them when you boost a post. To drill down to a subcategory, just click on the main group to flip the panel.
Preview of Subcategories. To see all of the subcategories, click HERE.
How to target audiences using the new categories.
2) Once a category is chosen, you will be prompted to choose your subcategories so that we can target your audience better.
3) You can choose up to three relevant categories so that you will be matched with a larger pool of CoPromoters. You can also adjust your categories and interests under Account Settings in the main Profile tab.
Imagine you’re invited on a journey but the person doesn’t tell where you’re going, how you’re going to get there, or how you will know when you’ve arrived. The more adventurous among us would have no problem going along for the ride.
Social marketing, however, is not a ride. Social marketing today is how a lot of people build awareness, loyalty, and sales for their product, content, and brands. They invest not only money, but time and energy into promoting their work.
How, then, do you approach social marketing effectively? You begin, as always, by asking the right questions:
The good folks at Buffer have put together a post to help social marketers identify their goals, game plan, and metrics. We’ve summarized a few of the key points for CoPromote members. For more details, click through to read How to Build a Social Media Strategy and Measure the Results via @buffer By Kevan Lee.
What Kind of Campaign Are You Boosting?
Metrics for Measuring Boost Success
From the planning and implementation stages, you will already have a sense of the goals you want to achieve. Keeping in mind the metrics will give you a clear view of what to track and help you see if your implementation aligns with the plan you have set forth. Optimizing will help you identify whether it is important to change up your game plan or continue in a steady pace. In Buffer’s words, when it comes to strategy and metrics: Revisit, Revisit and Revisit.
To read more, click through to the original post, “How to Build a Social Media Strategy and Measure the Results” via @buffer By Kevan Lee: https://blog.bufferapp.com/social-media-strategy
Starting today, you can simply import your news feeds from your social networks to boost a post, posts will behave like native retweets and shares, and the entire site has a cleaner interface.
Boost a Post
To use CoPromote, all members need to have an existing Facebook page, Twitter or Tumblr account in order to get their content shared. Pages and tweets must also be publicly visible. If you don’t have a social page setup, click the links here to sign up:
To share content from your WordPress blog, media, or website, simply post the message you want shared as a new post or tweet on your social account and include the link to the content.
Then, you can select the new post for your new promotion when you click Boost. Voila! See our FAQ for more information.
Why did we make these changes?
We want your messages to get shared. Making it easier to import your news feeds and share posts natively will result in higher quality posts, more shares, and a better experience for everyone!
We always welcome feedback, so please let us know if you have any questions or suggestions!
– Community Support