Helpful Tools from Where to Source Social Media Content

by Wendy Chamberlain on June 26, 2018

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Creating content for your social media posts can be a challenge sometimes. But if you have helpful resources online, finding content inspiration should not be a problem.

Social media posts should be interesting to catch your audience’s attention. They can range from national or international holidays, popular events, relevant news sources and humorous GIFs.

Here are some tools that can help you find interesting and creative content to share on your social media sites.

Forekast

Forekast is a website which provides information on upcoming popular events around the world. Events are normally uploaded to the site and then voted by the community.

Once you’re on the site, you will see a full list of major happenings and events scheduled in the coming days, weeks and months. The wide variety of information here will provide you with a lot of content for your social media posts moving forward. Each event also has an option for you to add it to your calendar to keep you updated on the dates. You can also sign up for the newsletter to receive a list of the most popular events for the coming week.

Today on the Internet

Apart from the usual text posts on social media sites, GIFs are also frequently shared by private individuals and businesses these days. If you’re looking for a reliable source for GIFs, you can check out Today on the Internet.

This website offers fresh content which is updated round the clock. It ranks not only GIFs but also photos and videos. A separate section is available for GIFs and another one for photos.

Business Blog by Twitter

Twitter is a popular site for trending topics worldwide. The good news is you can rely on the site for upcoming events to help you post updated content.

Twitter’s Business Blog publishes a calendar around one week before the end of each month. The Twitter marketing calendar highlights upcoming trending events plus expected tweet impressions for each. This will enable Twitter users to take advantage of the biggest expected event of the month.

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By Wendy Chamberlain
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