Tips for Sharing Our Articles on Your Social Media

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Content is the lifeblood of social media. In this article we’ll show you how to share articles, news and videos from StableManagement.com on your social media sites, and how to make them work for your business.

We have made it simple to share our content on your social media channels. All you have to do is go to the article or news item that you want to share, and use the links on that specific page to post that article to your Facebook, Twiter, Google+, Pinterest, etc.

How do you make sharing those articles work for you? Comment! You need to add something personal to let your friends, colleagues and followers know why you wanted to share a specific article, video or photo.

For example, you might want to share the article “Why Choose a Veterinarian Dentist.” You decide to share this article on Facebook, and you might include the comment: “I had a serious problem with a lay dentist who tried to sedate my young horse and extract wolf teeth. It was a disaster! I ended up having to call my veterinarian, and she was able to save my horse and his mouth! Come to find out she had a veterinarian partner who did dental work. I wish I had known that to start with! Believe me, I’ll always choose a vet for my dentist from now on!”

Including a personal story, example or your own thoughts on an issue is a great way to share information from another source.

Your comment doesn’t have to be long; sometimes just a quick note to go with the article is all you need to get your friends to read it, and pay attention. For example, let’s say you wanted to share the article “Three Tips on Email Etiquette.” 

Once you click on the Facebook icon and have the comment box open up, you might just say, “I thought this was a good article.”

Including content that is pertinent, entertaining and useful to your friends and colleagues on your social media is good for helping others look to you as a source for good information. StableManagement.com makes this easy.