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Continuing our Frequently Tweeted Question (FTQ) series by showing you how to locate and follow sources of consistently great content ... and how to snag a great post when you find it.

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How Can I Find Sources of Great Shareable Content?

  1. 1. How Can I Find Sources of Great Shareable Content? A Resonance FTQ (Frequently Tweeted Question)
  2. 2. “When I sit down to share content, I always draw a blank. How can I build a ‘bank’ of resources for great, shareable content?” @resonancecont
  3. 3. Step 1: Identify the Goldmines Search for sources of consistently great content that’s relevant to your target audience.
  4. 4. Search Engines
  5. 5. Curation Sites alltop.com internetbillboards.net* sharebloc.com* LinkedIn’s Pulse linkedin.com/today * Sites for which Resonance curates
  6. 6. Social Bookmarking Sites stumbleupon.com digg.com reddit.com
  7. 7. Step 2: Build Your Bank Systematically follow your “goldmine” sources so you can access their latest content quickly and easily.
  8. 8. Track RSS Feeds with Feedly feedly.com
  9. 9. Create Twitter Lists
  10. 10. Create Google+ Circles
  11. 11. Step 3: Capture Great Content When you come across a dynamite post for sharing, save it in a place that’s easy to find.
  12. 12. Pocket getpocket.com
  13. 13. Evernote Web Clipper evernote.com/webclipper
  14. 14. To Sum Up … • Step 1: Identify the goldmines • Step 2: Build your bank • Step 3: Capture great content when you find it @resonancecont
  15. 15. Got a question for our next FTQ? Hit me up at @resonancecont

Continuing our Frequently Tweeted Question (FTQ) series by showing you how to locate and follow sources of consistently great content ... and how to snag a great post when you find it.

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