6 content distribution strategies you could be overlooking

The way we consume content has changed, giving communications pros the opportunity to look more closely at all important touch points across the consumer journey.

But content overload has become a concern. Everyone is creating content. 400 million tweets and 4.75 billion items are shared across Twitter and Facebook every day, which of course, impacts an audience's attention span. How can brands engage with their target audience over an on-going period of time?

Don’t put all your eggs in one basket

The good news is that technology and data are maximising opportunities for new distribution tactics. Today you can connect with your audience beyond press coverage, blogs, newsletters, or social shares. Earned, Paid and Owned Media are converging and communications pros now look at media with a more holistic view, utilising the new content distribution tools available.

Use a platform’s algorithm changes to your advantage

Native paid advertising is transforming the way content is distributed. Well-executed content-driven native ads can engage audiences by getting the right content to the right people at the right time. The information is relevant to the users’ needs and can be a great way to extend the reach of positive PR.

Embrace the new era of distributed content

Content consumption is changing with content being delivered to the audience rather than having the audience come through your own website or platform. It’s a huge shift known as native or “distributed content”. Content producers and publishers are getting their content “into the stream”, engaging growing mobile audiences. It started with Facebook Instant Articles and has opened doors to a variety of platforms and formats…

How can communications professionals seize the opportunity offered by these fast growing content distribution channels?

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