It's somewhat absurd that we often promote heavily into the big black hole of social media with little to no engagement... but we do so because social content is usually quick, easy, necessary, and effortless to create and share, so it's social platforms we all tend to engage with most often (often at the expense of website content). The notion that we'll assign all the value of our content (and effort) to a single social network and disregard the asset on our own website (and everywhere else) is little nuts, particularly when the content we create might assist with SEO or user engagement. Everything we do should be leveraged in order to provide an omnipresence-style advantage, and sending social content in different directions based on its audience multiples your time and starts to further justify the effort.
Our broker website provides an archive for social and video content - features we consider essential.
As with every page on your website, the SEO markup and other data is automatically determined and sent back to your website for inclusion within the page.
The social and video archives are small systems packed with big features.