Social Media on Autopilot?
Is it possible to put your social media efforts on autopilot and still reap all of the benefits of a solid campaign?
No, that’s crazy talk!
However, it’s possible to get some assistance and automate some of the mundane tasks you know you should be doing, but simply don’t have the time to complete in your daily schedule. These are the types of tasks that can help elevate your website in the search rankings and create a larger footprint on the web.
That’s where YourFEED comes into play. In my head I wrote this company off as a sham when I first heard about their “social media on autopilot” campaign. I began talking with one of the representatives for a few moments and was quietly laughing about the thought of giving someone “automated” control over my social networks. To be honest I wasn’t giving them a chance because I wasn’t looking at their system from the right perspective.
The YourFEED service is primarily designed to save time by providing a slick backend product which will help you post more content and build a large network of backlinks to your website, which is a primary factor in your search engine rankings. Here is a fantastic article to help you understand backlinks if you are unsure of their purpose.
YourFEED will get you up and running on 9 different social networks, including media outlets like Picasa, Flikr and YouTube. If you don’t already have the accounts they will setup and optimize each one for you. Then they post to these accounts every day with 100% unique content for each end every entry; watch the interview video to hear how they do this. These entries should be in addition to your own posts which combined together I do believe can help you create a stronger online presence. They have created a pretty unique backend system to help keep all of your networks up to date from a single location too.
Because this system is so controversial, I have created three separate videos to try and give you guys as much detail as possible about YourFEED. The first video is my interview with them at the KW Family Reunion. The second is a look into the backend and an interview with one of their 600 customers and the third is just me with some final thoughts about their offering.
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