It’s hard to believe that two years have gone by since I took on moderating the weekly #ContentChat twitter chats.
This week, we took some time to celebrate two years of learning and friendship and talked about the ideas we’d like to explore in the chat over the next six months.
Q1: What is your content superpower?
The power of simplicity.
A1: My content superpower is being able to take complex topics and distill them into actionable tips. Oh and I love creating editorial plans. #ContentChat
— Berrak Sarikaya | Content Strategist | Speaker (@BerrakBiz) June 11, 2018
A1. I write the way I speak. So important in this day and age of social media. #contentchat
— ⭐ #GoalChat ⭐ (@GoalChat) June 11, 2018
The power of empathy.
A1: I focus on people. I help them take their feelings, goals and talents and turn them into marketable, satisfying directions for their business or personal brand. #ContentChat
— Maureen Jann (@SuperDeluxeMo) June 11, 2018
A1: My content superpower is helping companies understand the needs of their ideal customer, and how to use content to solve those problems and build relationships with those customers. #ContentChat https://t.co/3v7ZqJrYt5
— Erika Heald | Marketing Consultant (@SFerika) June 11, 2018
The power of organization.
— Derek Pillie (@derekpillie) June 11, 2018
The power of focus.
A1: Finding content that supports your brand, instead of trying the spray-and-pray method. Almost never works, and yet people still try it day after day. #ContentChat
— CHARGE (@CHARGEgoforward) June 11, 2018
A1: Working with a business to determine what’s different about them…What’s their Purple Cow factor that will make their content stand out? #ContentChat
— Carole Cudnik ☕ (@cacudnik) June 11, 2018
The power of writing.
A1: Writing and Strategy. Is it okay to have two? Writing = passion, but I love the challenge and fun that strategy brings. Also, drinking coffee. #ContentChat
— Dominic Garcia (@dominicgarcia) June 11, 2018
A1 As a lifetime English major, writer, editor, and teacher, I know the difference between good, bad, and superlative writing–and I use this stuff to improve my own work, and that of my colleagues. Incessantly. #contentchat
— Ken Gordon (@quickmuse) June 11, 2018
— Michelle Garrett (@PRisUs) June 11, 2018
— Shawn Paul Wood (@ShawnPaulWood) June 11, 2018
A1: Commas and writing in plain language. I’m pretty adept at writing to an 8th-grade audience. #ContentChat
— Jason Webb (@JasonLWebb) June 11, 2018
The power of relationships.
— Dr. Dorrie Cooper (@sittingpretty61) June 11, 2018
The power of creative reuse.
A1: Taking long form content and turning it into multiple, snackable pieces that create different touches across different channels. #contentchat
— Samantha Hausler (@smhausler) June 11, 2018
The power of content curation.
— Tod Cordill (@todcordill) June 11, 2018