- Q1: How do you feel about content that contains tips, interviews, from experts? Love it or hate it - why?
- — Independent Retailer (@indretailer)Mon, Dec 04 2017 19:11:53
- — Ann Smarty (@seosmarty)Mon, Dec 04 2017 19:11:01A1 IF they are done right, expert roundups can be GREAT for both the readers and all the participants (not many people know / care to make them right though!) #BizapaloozaChat
- — Jim Katzaman $ #LifeInsurance $ Worker #Benefits (@JKatzaman)Mon, Dec 04 2017 19:12:04A1 Content that contains tips from experts is fine as long as the experts don't promote their tips as guarantees that you'd better or else you'll fail. Tips are just that, not edicts. #BizapaloozaChat
- — Ivana Taylor (@DIYMarketers)Mon, Dec 04 2017 19:11:00A1: They are ok, I find I have to dig for good tips. I contribute a lot of these - so what does that tell you.#BizapaloozaChat
- Q2: What is content collaboration?
- — Ann Smarty (@seosmarty)Mon, Dec 04 2017 19:19:01A2 Any form of collaboration usually makes your content better, as well as strengthens your relationships with those who help you or who you help, which is the beauty of the concept #BizapaloozaChat
- — StrategyStew (@strategystew)Mon, Dec 04 2017 19:19:00A2 It’s a process from beginning to an end - creating, editing, promotion, distribution where all parties involved play a role to get more reach, awareness etc from it. #BizapaloozaChat
- — Kabbage (@KabbageInc)Mon, Dec 04 2017 19:18:37
- — SmallBizOpinions (@SmallBizOpinion)Mon, Dec 04 2017 19:18:00A2) Content collaboration is working on creating content, and also helping promote it. Collaboration extents to all aspects of content creation and distribution. #BizapaloozaChat
- Q3: In what ways is collaborating on content creation easier than doing everything yourself?
- — CP Solutions (@Your_CPSolution)Mon, Dec 04 2017 19:26:02@Bizapalooza A3. Diversity of thought. With so many perspectives in the world we sometimes tend to ignore those that we do not recognize or agree with. More collaboration can bring that diversity! #BizapaloozaChat pic.twitter.com/Npi3Z6Ng4x
- — Kabbage (@KabbageInc)Mon, Dec 04 2017 19:24:28
- Q4: What are the benefits of content collaboration?
- — Rebekah Meyer (@RebekahLMeyer)Mon, Dec 04 2017 19:29:46
- — Ann Smarty (@seosmarty)Mon, Dec 04 2017 19:29:00A4 All of that makes your blog much higher-quality and builds community which brings returning traffic, subscribers, etc. #BizapaloozaChat
- Q5: What are different types of collaborative content - what kinds of content is ideal for collaboration?
- — Nick Loggie (@logz05)Mon, Dec 04 2017 19:34:29A5 There’s probably no ideal type: It mostly comes down to how well you do it! The easiest is most surely text but it also requires some time putting together #BizapaloozaChat
- — StrategyStew (@strategystew)Mon, Dec 04 2017 19:34:01A5 I think business should harness the power of their employees - featuring them, using collaboration to build company culture. #BizapaloozaChat
- — Dr. Dorrie Cooper (@sittingpretty61)Mon, Dec 04 2017 19:33:03A5. Guest bloggers lend itself to content collaboration to increase readership, expand reach outside of the niche. Visual content offers many creative venues from podcasting to videos. A video is great for interview formats. #BizapaloozaChat
How to Collaborate to Create and Promote Epic Content
Creating epic and shareable blog content doesn't have to be a something you do on your own. Discover how you can leverage your community to create great content.
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