How Social Media aggregation can help the Translators

This is a guest blogging from Michell Raynott.


No one had the slightest idea when social media had set foot more than a decade back, that one day it would become an inseparable part of our lives. Today social media has captured every aspect of our life and it can not be ignored at all. It started with our personal lives and went on to influence the way we do our businesses. In the last few years, with an extensive use of internet and mobile, social media has reached every pocket and this has created a whole new market to explore. Today social media has evolved as one the most effective tools of modern marketing.

Social Media Aggregation


Social Media Aggregation which started as a trend has boomed to become an incredible marketing technique and is picking the pace by the day.

There are numerous social platforms available today like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc. and it is really cumbersome and time consuming to manage all the platforms. To ease this, a tool called Social Media Aggregator comes to aid. An aggregator pulls together all your social media activities from across platforms and aggregates them at one place, making it much easier to control.

Gathering the feeds from all platforms you could display it on the website or a social/event wall. This serves social aggregation as an amazing marketing tool. It is the new age advertising as many aggregator platforms consider that customers are the best ad-makers and people are influenced by experiences.



As the world is shrinking with the advent of new technology, the political boundaries are diminishing. Businesses are growing at a much faster rate as they are crossing the international borders. These changing business dynamics is facilitating faster and effective communication and that is done through translators. Translation services have emerged as a booming industry and are growing by the day.

Social Media Aggregation could be a great way of marketing translation services. Translators typically work across the globe, translating hundreds of languages for different purposes. These works could be posted on the social media across platforms like Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram and Twitter, which probably they are doing. The next step would be, to aggregate these feeds from all the platforms and displaying them on a social wall. This social wall would leverage their presence and provide them a whole new platform, engaging more and more customers.

Author Bio: Michell Raynott

Michell Raynott has specialized in writing blog posts and have worked with entrepreneurs, executives, industry experts and many other professionals in writing and publishing, blogs, newspaper articles, SEO web content,and more.

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