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Traffic Drivers: Don’t Add Work, Just Add Clicks with SND’s AI-Powered Publishing Automation

If you’re like most newsrooms, the realization that clicks from the Facebook (News) Feed to your website are in a steady decline has you feeling on edge. But this new-normal doesn’t have to spell disaster for your social media referrals. In this Social News Desk blog series, we’re exploring the MANY different ways you can…

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SND Planner is Here.

I feel pretty confident saying this most excited we’ve ever been over at Social News Desk. The whole team is in on SND Planner and in love with it. And now, it’s yours to use. Our goal in developing this comprehensive, new technology was to focus on a hybrid approach to posting on Social Media….

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SND Planner: Recurring Slots

You know that one piece of content that you need to send out multiple times every week or every month? It’s tedious and feels a little like a chore? Well – not any more… SND Planner’s “Recurring Slots” will change that for you. We’ve made it super simple for you to put certain types of…

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SND Planner: Custom Feeds

Weekend feed, Evergreen feed, Health feed…you name it. Literally. One of the most noteworthy features of the new SND Planner is the ability to set up a “Custom Feed” which can be used to collect content for future publishing. You choose the content it contains and the name. It’s similar to how you use an…

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SND Planner: Time Slots

The concept of time slots on the new SND Planner fits perfectly with the local-news mindset. Your social media post planning can now look a lot like the oh, so-familiar news rundown. And you can move it around just like you would a show.  Think ‘whole day’ instead of ‘whole show.’ You can structure it…

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