The following is a guest post from Anna Smith, the community administrator at http://www.whatdoyouwantfromthem.com – the informal network for managers. You can connect with her on twitter @wdywft or via email email@example.com.
Content is king. Whether you need inspiration to create your own content or want to share useful information with your network, finding relevant material online is a necessary skill for any community administrator. By monitoring your industry’s or niche’s pulse, you gain knowledge, learn about related topics or issues, and increase your creative capacity.
Organizing and distributing content across various social networks is equally important because it will help you spread your message and get found online. This does not have to be time consuming.
If it is your responsibility to find, organize and distribute content, remember Internet marketer Ed Dale’s golden rule: “Don’t pretend to be an expert, be an enthusiast.” Here are three top tips to help you remain enthusiastic about finding, organizing and distributing content. Read the rest of this entry »