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As an online content creator you must be open to new ways to engage your audience and attract new readers. We have seen many forms of this over the last decade and like everything in life, it continues to change and evolve. Creative Collabs is such an amazing site for anyone online who’s looking to increase reach for the content they are creating.

The three main platforms for marketing Creative Collabs offers are Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The general idea of the site is to “Boost” your content and offer credits for users who wish to share your content on their own social media profiles.

The creative marketer will also see an amazing opportunity to market and find new clients within the site itself. The unique situation here is when a user shares your content, you’re always interested in where and who. Following this information leads to building new relationships.

Here’s an example of how it happens on Facebook from sharing a users boosted post. At this point I can engage with the user, suggest they visit Blog Engage and try to gain a new reader or even better blogging member for our community. In your case typically it would be to visit your blog, join a newsletter or even purchase an e-book or service you are offering.

I encourage you to join, in fact it would be nice to see more bloggers on the site. Right now it appears to be a lot of book writers from New York. So any addition of blogging content in my opinion would be very nice. So far this has been the only downfall I have seen or noticed with the site.

I had a post for one of my clients go semi viral on the site, almost spent all my reach but it’s worth it it my opinion. It was a catchy title with an even more catchy picture. The post got 16 shares which was great for my client and traffic to their post.

You can easily track all the reach you’re spending on each post and see the specific users who shared it and what platform they shared it on. So far I haven’t had much luck on Facebook but the shares are starting to trickle in. Right now I get the most shares on Twitter,

I’m not sure if it’s because it’s too much work to share and confirm via Facebook and Twitter is simply click to share. Overall it’s a great platform and I strongly suggest you start using it. Create exciting content, make sure to add visuals and I’m sure you will do just as good as my clients are.

If you have used the site, please share your experiences, leave a comment and let’s talk.

About

My name is Brian and I’m a Graduate of Business Administration Marketing. I work full time in Sales and Marketing. I am also the owner of Blog Engage a social network I created specifically for bloggers. Come and join us on Blog Engage

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