SACRAMENTO, Calif.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--StreamSend Email Marketing shares how agencies and marketers can centralize, integrate and automate a content marketing strategy that makes it fast and easy to reach the right audience with content that builds relationships and delivers response.
“Whether a business wants to email its Facebook posts or curate content from multiple sites, it has often been a time and resource-demanding process with inconsistent targeting and delivery”
“Whether a business wants to email its Facebook posts or curate content from multiple sites, it has often been a time and resource-demanding process with inconsistent targeting and delivery,” said Dan Forootan, president of StreamSend Email Marketing. “So we came up with a solution. Now, with the click of a button, businesses can curate content, post it to the web and email it to segmented subscribers’ inboxes, automatically. Here are the three steps to make it happen.”
1. Keep Content in its Place – Content Boards
Centralize content strategy with content boards, which act as a repository for content. They can be embedded in a business’s web site, shared to social and automatically emailed to subscribers.
2. Post, Share and Send – Simultaneously
Automatically deliver curated web content as a newsletter. Any time you see something interesting on the web, click on the StreamSend Share bookmarklet in your browser to post it, share it and have it emailed automatically to subscribers as a newsletter.
3. Ramp up Social Reach -- Fast
Automatically convert social posts into a newsletter. Create a content board for social posts, and set it to pull your posts automatically from Facebook. Then set the content board to email new posts on a predetermined schedule.
Learn how to automatically curate content from multiple sites, configure content boards to pull articles using RSS feeds, and filter by keyword and more.
StreamSend is an award-winning digital marketing platform offering results-driven email and social media marketing, automated content curation and management, and behavioral automation.