The list post. We see dozens of them in our social media streams every day. As a curator of content, we love them. They are easy to digest, skim and share. As a content creator, we often belittle the list as a content structure. But we write them anyway.
Do you already use Listly as a tool in your content marketing program? I don't need to tell you that lists and list posts are popular all over the web. There's already a ton of great insights out there on why people like lists and how they work inside our brains, and I'll share some of that below.
Twitter lists kind of suck. First of all, they're buried way down deep in Twitter's interface, a sort of forgotten feature that isn't easy to find. They're barely manageable, with a single never-ending screen of names that you need to scroll through in the order they were added, and they're not really social, although you can share them.
Yes, I know, I have told you this before, but I do like creating lists at List.ly. And I just thought it was so appropriate to create a list of WooThemes because: 1. I am in the process of adding a WooThemes to my BobWP Tutorial Membership. 2.
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Marie Ennis-O'Connor I am an avid Twitter fan. It is the social media platform I've found to be the most effective in building relationships and keeping up to date with the latest healthcare news. I like to use Twitter in a strategic way and one of the ways I do this is by creating Twitter lists.
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I use a lot of social media tools in my weekly personal and professional lives. And one tool that I adore is Listly. It's pretty self-explanatory: It's a tool to make, curate and vote on lists. But it can be much more than that if you harness it correctly.
Doug Rice lists the 12 Most Powerful Ways to Use List.ly for Getting Customer Feedback.
It's one thing to tell you that your site or blog needs to have more and more content added to it. It's an entirely different thing to come up with that content. There's the issue of your time, of course, and coming up with ideas for more information and resources.
This evening I created a linked list of sponsors for EdCamp Broken Arrow (coming up this Saturday just outside Tulsa, Oklahoma) using List.ly. This was SO much faster and easier than "creating the list by hand" on the event WordPress site.
Reaching out to the influencers in your field can not only be tiresome, but troublesome as well. The research it takes to find one influencer with maximum followers can be hectic and the process after that doesn't get any easier. They sometimes don't respond to the dozen of mails you send to them requesting a...
Podcast: Play in new window | Download In this episode of my podcast, I interview Nick Kellet. He is the co-founder of List.ly (among other things, which he tells us about also). Did you know that 30 percent of all blogposts are lists? 27 things you didn't know about ....
I got so excited I wanted to share it with you as a few of you didn’t know what it was when I asked on my Facebook page if anyone was using List.ly. I like how quick and easy it to set up and use. I try to remember when I find a great blog post to add it to the list. There are so many interesting lists on List.ly like Romantic Songs, Senseo Coffee Pods, Mind Blowing Movies, Dogs Training and Care to name a few. The blogging related ones include some like: Social Media Tools in Beta Q4, Best Grammar Checkers,
By Casudi Di Diego published September 11, 2013 It has become widely accepted, that content arranged in list form is quicker to find, easier to remember, and more actionable, which makes lists ideal for sharing content as part of a highly effective content plan.
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Because, like most of us, I needed a new social media platform to spend yet more time on I recently joined Listly. (It's a bit like Pinterest but creates list of sites or articles.) To be honest I'm only slowly working it all out myself - but one of the great things about it is that Listly allows you to publish your list.
Everyone has lists of anything and the topic of the list could be anything. It may be a great classic songs, best Android applications, best software for windows, alternatives to google reader or something that you may think of. offer you a platform to create a high quality list with the help of other network members.
Marketing professionals are always hunting for the newest and greatest research reports that can help them build their case for adopting their proposed campaigns. Trying to convince clients to spend resources on a video series, ebook or guest blogging is difficult when they've been accustom to hearing, "I'll get you on the first page of Google in a month," from all the black hat cowboys known for their fly-by-night gaming tactics.
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Do you like to make lists? Twitter is full of them, and now List.ly takes list making to the next level. Here's a list I made last night. Feel free to add to it. List.ly's co-founder Nick Kellet says, "Listly brings badly needed structure to social content by combining two interesting trends on the web - crowdsourcing and interactive social polling."
Readers love lists. Whether they're browsing through a list of the "Top 10 TV shows," the "5 Best Productivity Apps," or the "10 Most Inspirational Quotes," blog visitors will routinely spend more time on lists than virtually any other type of online content.
List.ly: Learn how this tool can help you build collaborative lists, keep them up-to-date and publish them onto your website.
I don't know what's more popular when it comes to blog post styles: how to's or list posts.
What I do know is that your readers probably love list posts as much as any other audience and thanks to Tom Treanor of Right Mix Marketing, I discovered a fabulous tool for creating lists that is easy to use and can create a lot of visibility for you and anyone else you care to share the spotlight with on your blog.
Bloggers know it. People love list posts.
They love them because they are skimmable and easy to read. And they usually work as great resources that they can boo
List.ly co-founder Nick Kellet maintains that list making is universal. After all, Moses came down from the mountain with a list of fundamental laws, Don Giovanni kept a list of his amorous conquests, and a list of last-minute shopping items are often thrust into my hand on Saturday mornings.
Everyone loves lists of things, in fact some people create lists of their favorite lists. If you're a blogger then you know how difficult it is to curate a list of things in list format ...
List.ly is a way to create and share lists, as well as integrate collaborative lists into your own blog posts, acting as a catalyst for others to build upon the lists you share.
Thanks to John Heywood, a writer and courtier to Henry VIII, we have classic epigrams like “Haste makes waste,” “a penny for your thought,” “beggars can’t be choosers,” and “the more the merrier.” My favorite is “you can’t have your cake and eat it, too,” which Heywood actually recorded as “Wolde ye both eate your [...]
Deel je graag lijsten op je blog of op social media? Gebruik dan List.ly in je contentstrategie.
Welcome to another edition of Tendo’s Tool of the Week blog series. This week we’re featuring a collaborative list-building tool called List.ly. It's unlike any content curation and engagement management tool we've seen so far.
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Scan the curated lists on List.ly.
I admit - lists are not my "thing" 🙂 I think of to-do lists I never tackle, shopping lists.... But then there is all that advice telling me to write list posts because blog readers love them. I finally found a tool that makes lists more fun - mainly because it makes them shear-able and I can let others take part and curate.
I got another cool tool to share with you that I discovered while I was at the Community Manager Unconference.
During my adventures I had the pleasure of meeting Nick Kellet co-founder of Listly. I told him about our community of live music fans here on Live Fix and after hearing about the story behind Listly I was excited to merge this tool with our other live music experiments.
I’ve been enjoying Listly these last couple months and I think it’s a great tool for live music fans for a few reasons.
When you’re stuck on what type of a blog to write, try writing a list. Lists are always a winner among readers because they’re simple to digest, informative and get to the point. It’s for precisely these reasons that posts with lists always get higher click-through rates than traditional paragraphed posts. They also get shared more often and have a higher likelihood of going viral.
This post has tops to use lists on your blog for more traffic.We also list the best ten list making plugins.
Shows the features of List.ly and give some ideas as to how it can be used by marketers,brands and agencies for product development and feedback
What is List.ly? List.ly is a list building website that allows you to build and curate shareable lists. These are then viewable by others. People can
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Eine dynamische Liste unterschiedlicher Social Media Werkzeuge. Leser können diese kommentieren, bewerten und ergänzen.
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In the last month or so, List.ly has started to feature large in my life. In fact, I was even on a Google+ hangout with one of its founders, Nick Kellet. List.ly is one of those social media platfo...
How to use Listly, the content curation service, to quickly and easily lets you build links you can embed on your blog.
Listly is an excellent tool for creating lists. After creating Rich Media Lists through Listly, you can either directly embed it into WordPress, Typepad, Joomla, Blogger, etc. or by Plugin into your self hosted WP blog.
I would like to share with you the possibilities Listly can offer you, in term of lead generation, traffic building and SEO.
Social media and content distribution are often chief tactics included in a content marketing strategy; but, it's not possible (or recommended) to share your own content 100 percent of the time. As a result, having a content curation and/or aggregation plan might be something to consider as a part of your long-term content marketing strategy.
Today, I 'm doing a review of List.ly, an easy-to-use list curating tool. List.ly enables you to set up a list of articles related to a certain topic and embed it in various styles into your blog. I've set it up in List.ly's gallery style. In this format, my five articles appear side-by-side.
Many businesses are embracing content curation — the process of collecting, commenting on, and linking to the content of others. The premise is find relevant articles, tips and tools that ...
When you're new to marketing, I'd argue that tackling email marketing is one of the hardest things you'll do. Most of the other digital marketing channels -- blogging, social media, landing pages, etc. -- all have easy-to-find examples that can help inspire and inform your own marketing strategies.
It's amazing how a simple "complete this sentence" Facebook post can generate so much engagement. On Wednesday, I shared the following: In less than 24 hours, the post had nearly 200 comments (okay, 185 to be exact). To put that number in perspective, my normal Facebook posts range from 0 to "a handful" of comments.
Any active Twitter user knows far too well the painful way of managing lists. However, Nick Kellet, an entrepreneur from
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We've just experienced a crash of guest blogging as we know it. This change is certainly going to have a huge impact on the way people share, find and operate with their content. It's a change that many webmasters, including myself, are really thankful for.
San Francisco startup List.ly is a simple social curation service for the web's best lists of things. Its slogan is "lists made easy + social + fun." Cofounder Nick Kellet, who is a Canadian, also has an enterprise product for colleagues to share a list with Facebook OpenGraph integration.
and you don't even have to pay them. We're talking about content curation - and how more and more, it's becoming a vital part of a company's content marketing strategy.
I often research a topic on the Web and assemble resources to share. At first I collected bookmarks in a browser and later I used social bookmarking sites like Diigo, but I have recently started using Google docs. None of those is an elegant way to build a list and post it on a blog.
Have you noticed? List blog posts are popular! If you want to increase website traffic, list posts can help. List posts arouse curiosity as to what's included - thus driving traffic to your blog. And with List.ly, your readers can vote on the items on your list, and even add one of their own!
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It's no secret that lists are the core of many blogs and online publications, from the 10 best movies of the year, to the five ways to increase traffic to your website. For publishers looking to go from bullet point or numbered lists to a more interactive experience, there's Listly, which is debuting a new version of its curated lists platform today.
At a recent conference, an attendee asked me: "Is there a Twitter list for this event?" That question took me on a journey that led toList.ly, and opened up a range of other list-based opportunities for event amplification. In this post, we examine the potential of List.ly and look at how it can be used to enhance amplified events.
Article on Spanish about List.ly as a tool for content curation based on lists, by Javier Guallar and Javier Leiva, loscontentcurators.com
Content marketing, the process of creating and distributing content online, is essential for the success of any internet marketing strategy today. Businesses all over the world are using content marketing to attract consumers to their business and their website. Content marketing is a great way to drive traffic to your website.
I tend to have problems with brevity when I write. Because of this, people often mistakenly believe I don't deal with writer's block. That is not the case. Sure, I always have 2,000 words in my pocket, but those words are not often about the topic I need to write about.
Blogging: Why Top 10 Lists Rock There's a Top 10 List for just about everything imaginable. Why? Because lists are easy to create and consume. Ten is an important number. You've 10 fingers and 10 toes. Even the bible uses the number 10. There are 10 commandments.