- GB Name : Quuu Pro & Business Plans LTD
- Version : Last
- OS : Anything
- Type : Social Content Suggestions Based
- GB Price :
- GB Cost : 9$/10 Peoples + 1$ Fee
- GB Joined : 5/10 Peoples
- GB Status : Delivered
- Homepage : SalePage
What is Quuu ?
Quuu is your source for hand-curated, high-quality social media content suggestions based on your audience’s interests.
- Lifetime access to Quuu Pro & Business Plans
- You must redeem your code(s) within 60 days of purchase
- All future Pro & Business Plans updates
- Stack up to 2 codes
- GDPR compliant (partner verified)
- Only for new Quuu users who do not have existing accounts
- Note: Previous AppSumo customers who purchased Quuu can buy more codes to increase their feature limits
- 60-day money-back guarantee, no matter the reason
Quuu's Content Submission Standards
- It’s worth taking some time to talk about Quuu Promote’s standards for submitting content.
- No, you can’t just submit anything you want and expect that it will be approved. It has guidelines for submitting content to be shared.
- Since many on Quuu are automatically sharing social posts according to specific interest categories, It has the obligation to vet content so that their users aren’t upset or surprised. The content distribution platform reserves the right to reject any content based on these standards.
- Think about it this way:
- The people sharing content on the Quuu side don’t want their profiles to be used as vehicles for low-quality, self-promotional BS.
- That’s not to say that you can’t submit content produced by your company that mentions your products or services. But you shouldn’t expect completely self-serving content to get approved.
- Luckily, you don’t have to guess at what will work and what won’t. It shares a useful guide regarding their quality criteria.
- Here are some high level takeaways:
- No profanity or explicit content.
- Super self-promotional/sales content is unlikely to get approved (think blog content with tons of affiliate links, landing pages, etc.). It's shares additional guidelines for creating content for helping, not selling.
- Content shouldn’t focus on just one product or service.
- The user experience matters so if your website is hard to use, that may outweigh the quality of your content.
Links should all work.
- Timeliness is important and a reason for rejecting content that will go out of date soon.
- It doesn’t seem like non-English content is accepted right now. Neither is content with arguably bad spelling and grammar.
- Content shouldn’t be a static, top-level page (like your services or about page).
- Your submission should be interesting and provide value. It shouldn’t push an agenda that most would disagree with with.
- Avoid offensive content.
Quuu Promote Best Practices
Here are a few things I’ve learned for creating content that gets shared, seen, and clicked on this content distribution platform:
- Ask a question to get people to stop scrolling and click through. Create a curiosity gap.
- Share an interesting statistic from the article that will encourage people to want to learn more.
- Share a quote from the article from a person that your target audience will recognize.
- Don’t forget to add a hashtag or two to improve impressions — but don’t get spammy.
- Take the time to properly optimize images for Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter so that they aren’t awkwardly cut off.
- Include the writer and brand’s handle on Twitter copy variations — this makes it easy to find and amplify your own content. Try this template: Article title URL by @writer for @brand #relevanthashtag