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Social Sharing Strategies Among Large Groups of People

Sharing Strategies among large groups of people

     
3:12 pm on Nov 6, 2013 (gmt 0)



Sharing is obviously a way of getting more people to see you post on social media but has anybody come up with a way of a sharing strategy.

I am currently working with about 10 people the majority have between 300 - 500+ connections on linkedin and I want them sharing some content to up the profile of social media campaign. The people that I need to share the content aren't the most tech savvy when it comes to social media so I was going to design an excel sheet with a sharing strategy so when a post goes up they can see who shares it and to what communities.

Has anybody done this before and has it worked, is there anyway of making it fool proof so that they can keep it up them selves without being reminded every week?

Any insight or help is obviously much appreciated
5:39 pm on Nov 6, 2013 (gmt 0)

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Has anybody done this before and has it worked, is there anyway of making it fool proof so that they can keep it up them selves without being reminded every week?


That's the problem. If they are not engaged they may not share, and sometimes you have to spoon-feed people.

It really depends upon the group of people and what drives them, and a spreadsheet is one way to do that. You could use an online spreadsheet to make collaboration easier.

For one group I worked with, I set up e-mail distribution as the story went out, with a link to the story. As the group members would monitor their e-mail regularly, but wouldn't review and act upon the collaboration spreadsheet, this e-mail system ensured that they got the message in a timely fashion and acted upon it.
7:04 pm on Nov 6, 2013 (gmt 0)



It is not a lot of extra work, I just know there is some way of doing this that it will run by itself.

I think I am going to end up spoon feeding though and looking over shoulders to make sure it is done.
 

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