How to repurpose your content.

you’ve spent time researching it, then you’ve written and edited it and edited it again.

Sometimes you can put it out there and feel like it has taken its place in the huge void that is cyberspace. You might post the link on Facebook and Twitter a few times then leave it to gather virtual dust, never to feel it is useful again.

Well we’re going to share with you how to avoid this, and re purpose all your content so you’ve used it every which way imaginable, so let’s use a blog post as an example, here’s what you’re going to do with it;

·        Break it up into smaller sections and use it for some Top Tips for Twitter.

·        Use individual sections as smaller Facebook posts.

·        Upload the blog to LinkedIn as an Article.

·        Use it on your LinkedIn business page as well as your personal profile.

·        Use smaller sections as individual informative LinkedIn posts.

·        Use any images on Instagram.

·        Include it in your newsletter.

·        If you’ve got a lot of images with the posts turn them into a slideshow for YouTube.

·        Share on an adhoc basis with your clients as a Help file.

·        Turn it into a helpful checklist.

All that from one blog post! We’re sure there are loads more too and would love to hear your thoughts and ideas.

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