In short, running a good content strategy is a huge time investment. It takes a lot of effort, and let’s face it – it takes a long time to start seeing results. The only way to make it worth it is to treat everything you produce as if it’s a renewable asset.
Core Concepts of Content Strategy: Repurposing Content
Get more than one use out of your content with some careful planning up front. The series introduces you to my methods for doing so.
In today’s world, the selling process really is about teaching. Here’s my method to streamline the process of creating a online course that you can use for customer acquisition, customer on-boarding, or just to “productize” your knowledge and create a new revenue stream.
If you’re not repurposing blog content for your social posts, you are missing a huge opportunity to save time and effort. In this week’s episode, I cover how to reuse the meta description, the post excerpt, and the post content itself so you can streamline your social media activities.
Have you ever thought about writing a book, but can’t find the time? In this week’s episode, I lay out my entire blog-to-book process – from planning to execution. It allows you to achieve two goals at the same time: Completing a large project and building an audience while you do it.
Marketing is getting highly personalized. Each channel is its own community, which means that one “message” won’t cut it anymore. Let’s look at the ways this affects how you repurpose content across different channels, in different contexts.
Are you repurposing blog posts into email newsletters? This and other strategies for making more than one use out of your content can make you much more efficient. Here’s how to do it safely and effectively.
Are you making multiple uses of blog posts, press releases, and emails to customers? With a little planning up front, content strategy helps you think a few steps ahead and save yourself valuable time – while building a set of content as a business asset.