In digital media marketing the term aggregator is a fairly new word, but hey, it’s use has caught on quickly. Wiki’s description is: “Aggregator refers to a web site or computer software that aggregates a specific type of information from multiple online sources: Social network aggregation, the collection of content from multiple social network services”
A relatively new breed of an application 3D Issue Hubs consolidates all your various social networking profiles into one.
On an average day how many tabs have you open in your web browser? I know I myself can have 5 to 10 open at any time. I want to watch all my social accounts so I have Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Flickr, Google+ open right now. If you want your audience to follow all your social sharing why not provide them with a neat link to a Hub. In this Hub all your sites can be accessed along with your other online sources of content. This allows your blog, videos, manually added content, email contributed content and so on to all be sorted and presented in your aggregated Hub.
Organization is very important when it comes to social media. You can also integrate other news sources. Perhaps why Google Reader made its epic fail was that it wasn’t social enough. People want news, content, social media and they want to be able to connect and share.
Your Hub can translate as a social online magazine depending on the content aim it at what ever market already likes your content, a great way to gain new visits to your sites.
One more advantage of Hubs is that it looks nice, it pops off the screen! A fast, fun, beautiful way to showcase your content that automatically updates as your web source updates. So go ahead, create your Hub today and then sit back and relax as it looks after itself.
By Audrey Henry