Wouldn’t you love to get your fans to generate content for your company, brand, products, or campaigns and share it? Not only would user-generated content save you money, but it would also produce revenue for you.
The more you get your fans engaged with your business, the more trust you will build, and the greater your reach will be. You’ll also see SEO benefits.
To show you how you can engage your visitors so that they start creating and sharing content for you, I’ve put together an infographic that explains the process.
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User-generated content is something that you should never take for granted as a marketer. Just look at how popular sites like Tumblr and Wikipedia are. They got to where they are due to user-generated content.
If you don’t have much time, a simple way to get your fans to engage is to use the fill-in-the-blank strategy mentioned in the infographic. It’s easy to use, and it shouldn’t take you more than a minute or two to leverage.
How else can you get your fans to create and share content for you?