Episode 4: Reddit for brands, how to curate content and good copywriting
Episode 4 of the Clever Content podcast is now available for your listening pleasure. In it we cover content-related topics including changes to Reddit that make it more appealing to brands, tools and tricks for staying on top of current trends and curating content, plus an overview of what makes a good copywriter.
Did you know Reddit is in the top five most visited websites in the world? Well it is. And the company has made some changes recently that make it a more attractive place for brands to explore. We talk about that and how businesses have used the platform up to now.
There are lots of good reasons to get good at curating content. It helps you stay on top of what’s new in your industry and you can share your knowledge with teammates and clients. We take you through the tools you need to find and distribute the best of the web.
And finally, we take a brief look at what being a good copywriter is all about. Turns out there might be more to it than being able to string a sentences together. As with most things in life, the better you are at listening, the better your work will be.
What are you waiting for? Go and get those head phones on… now!
Notes and links
Every episode comes with a list of links to all of the articles, videos and topics that we talk about on the show.
- Reddit adds News section as beta feature on iOS | The Drum
- Reddit says ‘brand safety isn’t an issue our customers have’ but ad buyers aren't so sure | The Drum
- Google Reader - Wikipedia
- Refind – Worth your attention
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