Make the content submission process easy
Consider that some employees may not be tech savvy, even though they can write content that converts. To streamline the submission process, create policies and procedures that are easy to follow. You may consider (if you’re not already) using the following platforms:
WordPress. Create multiple admin logins for employees and set them to Editor status.
Email. Create an email address for submitting content, for example, firstname.lastname@example.org. You may consider setting up parameters around subject lines, i.e., January 2016: Social Media Content, to ensure that content is forwarded to the right person.
Dropbox. Create a folder for content. You may want to create subfolders, e.g., podcasts and case studies. The pro account will cost around $100/year.
Google Drive. If you use Google Docs, you may want to use Drive. You get 5GB of free storage. After that, it’s $1.99/month for 100GB and $9.99/month for 1TB.
Think tanks. Encourage and allow brainstorming se
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