3 Ways To Use Facebook’s Save Feature For Content Curation


Have you ever wanted to save Facebook content to read later? Are you looking for ways to find that saved content?

Depending on the type of device you’re using, Facebook save can be time-consuming or frustrating. Let’s face it, scrolling through your newsfeed can be a full time job. There are hundred’s of great articles that you could be reading, but it’s likely you don’t have the time to read them all there and then.

Facebook has just made our lives easier by introducing the Facebook ‘Save’ feature. Mike Gingerich outlines 3 ways we can use Facebook’s ‘Save’ to curate great content:

Store Important Articles For Later

One of the most effective ways to connect with people in your industry is to share their content that is useful and helpful. As you fly through your newsfeed, you can save the articles that you think would be beneficial to your fans, followers and subscribers. People also love to be entertained, so if you come across entertaining content that has already got lots of interaction, you can save it and curate it for your page later.

Discover New Authors And Create Influencer Lists

Pay real attention to the people who are commenting on Facebook post updates. By analyzing what people say on the posts you save and finding a common connection, you will discover a new connection you never had before. In addition, leaving comments is a great way to make new connections and increase your visibility. Use the “save” feature to identify shareable articles, comment on blogs and create a list of great authors and influencers.

Curate Content for Other Channels

The “save” feature on facebook gives us another way to discover and curate great content that can be used on Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Instagram and more.

Try the “Save” button today and tell us what and who have found in the comments below. To discover more ways the Facebook ‘Save’ feature can be useful, read the full piece here.

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