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Pagemodo Posts Helps Keep Your Social Media Fresh

You know it’s important to keep your social media accounts fresh, but who has time to be out searching for new content to share while you’re supposed to be running a business?

Pagemodo Posts helps small business owners by helping them discover relevant, high quality content, and schedule visual posts quickly and easily across social networks.

Pagemodo Posts searches quality web sources based on entered keywords and suggests which content should be shared on social sites to assist small business owners with their social media marketing process and increase page engagement and sharing. From there, fan page administrators can create messages with links, pictures, or text-only posts to share with their fans.  In addition, the Pagemodo Posts scheduling tool allows social media marketers to schedule Facebook and Twitter posts ahead of time, so audiences can be reached at the most optimal times for maximum reach.

In addition to suggested content and the ability to post information in advance, Pagemodo Posts incorporates +Post, a browser bookmarklet. To further assist small business owners in sharing compelling content, +Post makes it even easier to schedule and post content to a social media network from any website they are viewing with just the click of a button.

Jeanette Mulvey
Jeanette Mulvey

Jeanette has been writing about business for more than 20 years. She has written about every kind of entrepreneur from hardware store owners to fashion designers. Previously she was a manager of internal communications for Home Depot. Her journalism career began in local newspapers. She has a degree in American Studies from Rutgers University. Follow her on Twitter @jeanettebnd.