If you’re managing multiple social media accounts, this list of websites will come in handy for sharing mood-lifting and viral content especially for Mondays.
Here’s a breakdown on what each site represents and the type of content that would resonate with your audience.
1. Wimp.com –
This site has the most number of content for animal antics, with 2.7m fans on its Facebook page, it is an endless avenue to source out for laughs and shareable content for Mondays. The site vouch to be generally positive and suitable for all ages.
2. Brightside.me – for motivation and for Wednesdays
3. MyModernMets.com – art, design, architecture and technology trend watch
MyModernMets.com content centrals around art, design, architecture, technology, and environmental issues. If you’re looking to share creative inspirations, and discovering stories of a mesh culture, this site is a brilliant source for that.
4. TasteMade.com – … is for food lovers
Tastemade.com is where you find amusing and bizarre recipe hacks such as the ‘Tiny Kitchen Show’ featuring videos of how to make tiny vegetable tempuras.
Aside from bizarre videos, Tastemade.com does comes with sumptuous recipes recommendation, and out-of-the-world article on food.
5. MentalFloss.com – is for book lovers
For those who loves to read just about anything. From history accounts to the evolution of the ‘pajamas’. They have a section on their website that let you churn out random facts to share with your Facebook’s fans, pretty nifty feature.
If you’re sourcing out for really random reads, MentalFloss is a good place to switch off your thinking-cap.
6. BoredPanda.com – for really really random and amusing entries
… mainly for laughs, and for Fridays. Entries and content includes ‘Travel photos are better with (toy) Dinosaurs’, you get the idea.
7. Fubiz.net – for art, design and pop-culture
Fubiz is one of our personal favourite sites for gorgeous artworks, quirky photography entries, and simply inspiring creations from creatives around the world.
8. AJ+ – global politics, culture, empowerment, entertainment
For cultural updates and trends around the world.
9. Lost at E Minor.com – for culture seekers
It’s quite hard to define the content category at Lost at E Minor, to say that they are quirky is a tad too mild. Stories from this site are usually true but hard to believe, and some are heart warming to down right bizarre.
The site describes itself as a source for cultural connoisseurs. They have a category called “Exhale”, where you would find stories such as a horse decked up in a three-piece suit, go figure. Their content though serves to amuse, uplift, and delight 🙂
A little tip for managing social media posts, at times as a social media manager, you’re task to schedule 4-5 posts and content per day through multiple social media channels, from Facebook, Twitter to Pinterest etc. Such task can be automated using tools such as SproutSocial.com or Hootsuite.com, where you can schedule posts ahead of time.
As your business grow, it’s worth to invest in such automation platform so you can free-up your time doing other work to grow your business.
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