21 Places for Finding Social Media Content to Fill Your Schedule

By Michael Patterson

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Is your schedule packed full of social media content?

Some experts schedule their entire social media calendar months in advance, while others like wing it day-to-day.

Either way, there is one thing all the social pros have in common…

They are pumping out lots of consistent content.

So we need content and lots of it if we want to make a lasting impression on social media.

Where do we find it all?

A big time-sucker for most social media managers comes from finding relevant, interesting pieces of content to fill up their social media calendar.

Not everything you find is solid gold, and wading your way through the noise to find thought-provoking content is tough.

That’s why I put together 21 of the top places you can find or create content to share on your social networks.

Create your own content

Creating your own content will ensure that you always have something new to share with your followers.

Although it’s more time consuming, creating content from scratch gives you more control over the message.

From photo to video, here are the places that make crafting new content easy.

1. Company blog

A company blog is a solid place to turn for social media content.

You have complete control over the topic you choose to write about, and when you share a link with your followers you’re driving potential customers back to your own site instead of someone else’s.

If you don’t have a blog to source content from you should consider starting one.

2. Canva

Canva is a web-based design tool that allows you to easily create images you can share across your social networks.

Canva is fantastic because it even has an entire section of social media templates that let you create posts perfectly sized for each social network.

Plus, its “Design School” blog has tips and tricks for creating great images.

Canva screenshot for social media content

3. Instagram

You can’t build a user-base of over 300 million people without having a fantastic product.

Instagram is such an amazing tool that its filters can make even the most novice photographer look like a professional.

The site also makes it easy to quickly share your photos to other networks.

4. Wistia

Wistia is a video hosting and analytics platform that makes it easy to upload videos to share across your social networks.

One of the great things about Wistia is the new “Learning Hub,” which has a ton of fantastic resources that help you get started with your own video marketing.

5. Piktochart

Piktochart is a site for creating your own infographics.

Infographics are a very popular way to deliver data-driven content to your followers.

Although they take a while to put together, Infographics have a unique way of increasing your social shares.

6. Vine

Although Vine is owned by Twitter, you can still share your content from the site to other social networks. In fact, the platform just recently announced <a target="_blank" rel="nofollow" Go to the full article.

Source:: Jeff Bullas Blog

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