A number of social media marketers are beginning to experiment with a new tool that allows them to promote their own content and earn advertising dollars.
The tool, which is known as “social media blogging,” allows users to post their own blog posts on blogs, news sites and other social media outlets.
This new tool is being referred to as a “blogging platform.”
The blogging platform, which the company is calling the Social Media Hub, was developed by the marketing software company Quill and can be used by anyone, regardless of their level of expertise in social media marketing.
A user can create an account on the social media website to manage their content.
The content on the site will be posted to a blog, news site or other social-media platform.
In addition to the content being posted, the user can choose to include social media analytics and analytics tools to help the blog with social shares, retweets and likes.
The company is developing a “social blogging platform” that allows users and businesses to promote content and get advertising dollars through the blog.
The company says that social media content posts and social media ads will be promoted to all social media accounts on the platform.
The platform is being launched by Quill, which has a history of developing social media solutions for businesses and is working with a number of companies to build their own social media platforms.
A major difference between social media and traditional media platforms is the use of “adwords” and the ability for companies to create their own advertising campaigns.
The ability for advertisers to generate money through their content is a key advantage that the social blogging platform gives businesses.
“With the advent of the social blogging service, there is an opportunity to be more creative with advertising and content,” said Tim Stell, founder of Quill.
“A lot of brands are already doing that and we think that it can be a great platform for them to start.”
The platform is still in its early stages, but the company believes it is a very viable option for small businesses to use.
“It’s really up to you what you want to do, but I think the most interesting thing about this platform is that it allows businesses to monetize their content in a very simple way,” said Stell.
“You don’t have to spend a lot of money to monetise content.
You can set it up on a blog or an email list and use ads that generate revenue for you.”
The Social Media Benchmark, which Quill is developing, is a tool that helps small businesses monetize content on a platform like Quill’s.
According to the company, the tool has a “single-click monetization solution” that will allow businesses to generate revenue from content posts, social share links, retweet links, and share buttons.
The Social Media Scorecard, which will help businesses assess their business’s performance and rank it accordingly, is also in the works.
Quill is offering the social-blogging service as a free service for businesses to experiment and create content.
It does not have a paid subscription plan or a subscription service to pay for, though.
The service will be available in early 2019.