How to Recycle Your Contents with SocialPilot to Get Regular Traffic


How to Recycle Your Contents with SocialPilot to Get Regular Traffic

Our websites may contain many evergreen articles. They will be informative, relevant and can bring massive traffic to the blog. But how readers know about them?

Social networking sites. Share your contents on social media pages, groups and blogging communities to inform and encourage enthusiasts to read the full post. There are some more methods you can apply to recycle your old blog posts and we explained it here How to Recycle Your Old Blog Posts; 14 Ways for Regenerating the Traffic.

As you know, it is not possible to find each and every post in our site and manually share them on social media profiles. The process is really time-consuming and impossible especially if you have hundreds of such contents. A good automation tool will reduce your marketing efforts and recycle contents at regular intervals on leading social sites.
We recently reviewed SocialPilot which is a prominent tool to share items on Facebook pages and groups, Pinterest, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, and Tumblr. It is simple to use and comes with an elegant dashboard where you can manage all your marketing campaigns.

“Please note that this post contains affiliate links and any sales made through such links will reward me a small commission – at no extra cost for you. This helps me to cover the blog maintenance expenses.”

Schedule Recurring Posts in Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and Google+

1. Sign into your SocialPilot (link) account first and choose Posts from the left pane, followed by Create Post. A screen will appear with content box and account selection options.

Enter your message or webpage link in the first box to create recurring posts. A browser extension is also available for ease of your work. Open the desired webpage and click the SocialPilot icon on the menu bar to connect your account and schedule the post.

Select your social media profiles, pages, and groups from the right pane to share.

SocialPilot

Once you selected all the destination accounts, click on the drop-down arrow of Add to Queue option. Choose the last option, Repeat Post.

2. A small box will open like this,

SocialPilot

Change the figures according to your requirement and hit the Preview button. I chose to share the same post 10 times during the 100 days period.

3. Now you can set time for each post,

SocialPilot

Change the date and time based on the peak time in your area to get maximum clicks and engagements. Click on Schedule to save the changes.

Done.

The post will be automatically shared on the selected channels at the time you set. You can visit Posts> Manage Posts anytime to edit contents or change the time.

Visit Website