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You're bound to run dry on things to share on your social media profiles. Well, here are 5 different types of content to start posting to keep your followers engaged and entertained.
Jessica Davis is a Content Strategist at Godot Media, a leading content marketing firm serving clients from various backgrounds. She has helped businesses and individuals communicate effectively through content that also delivers true value. She also worked with various businesses helping them enhance their online presence through high-impact and targeted content, and implementation of cutting-edge internet and social media marketing strategies.
She also works closely with the blog and copywriting team at Godot. Her other interests – besides online content strategy, internet marketing and search engine optimization – are technology, sports and even fashion.
You can follow Jessica on the Godot Blog.
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