Bridging SocMed Outlets

September 1, 2009 at 1:00 AM Leave a comment

Okay, going back to Panos’ article referenced in my last post.  If you are finding that multiple social media outlets is worth the effort, you need to make a plan to play off these opportunities.  Make it easy for people to share your content.  Remember, you want eyeballs!

The author cites what the SFGate.com has done:

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“After registering free of charge and creating a profile on SFGate.com, readers can choose to extend a bridge to their friends on Facebook or Twitter.                              

…when these people read news that interests them and submit article comments, these comments can be automatically uploaded to the reader’s chosen social destinations, broadcasting their opinion to those places as well. All of the reader’s followers are made aware of the engaging comment the reader has found at SFGate.com. And, serving as a two-way passage, this same bridge lets readers invite their Facebook friends to come to SFGate.com.”

Great example to get you thinking.

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