3 Types of Content People Love To Read on Social Media

3 Types of Content People Love To Read on Social Media

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Creating content that people love is a heavy task you must endure but the ultimate riches will be given to those that tap into the imagination, creativity and lust within niche communities.

1.The “Mega” List Post

The “mega” list post works, in many ways, it collects a wide variety of valuable information and compiles it into a single post.

List posts can be used in any niche, covering any topic. Some of the most common forms of list posts include inspirational quotes or pictures, tutorial videos, dozens of techniques explaining a single outcome (i.e. traffic generation) and much, much more.

People love list posts because they aren’t forced to hunt down information across the web (you save them time); they love to share this type of content on social media because of its value that nearly always continues to be passed around.

2. A-Listers

People love to follow a-listers in any niche because of their authority, expertise and value-driven content they push to the web. You could tap into each of the a-listers community by reaching out to them for interviews.

Every time you conduct an interview you’re not only creating great content for your own community but you’re giving their community something as well!

Additionally, once your post goes live you and your interviewee will be able to share the content, on social media, that will make an enormous impact because each person that follows you and your subject will also be willing to share the content, spreading it virally across the web!

3. Detailed (and Timely) Tutorials

Listen intently to the troubles and needs of your community or the niche, as a whole. Create the most powerful, valuable post you can muster related to the single topic that has been highly requested but has fared very little coverage.

As popularity grows in the topic you have chosen so will your ability to spread your content across social networks like a wildfire.

One thing to remember: you will need to aim for timely information; a topic you cover may not be “in” at the moment and will result in a smaller impact to your niche – try to find balance between releasing content at “just the right time” (i.e. when people are willing to listen rather than appealing only to early adopters).

 

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