Let’s say you have started a Blog which is tied to your website. Great first step! Now, you can re-purpose a blog post to turn it into multiple products. If you don’t have a Blog, consider Re-Purposing an article or website copy. Why? It will help to tie all your efforts together thru cross-links, save lots of time AND boost your website traffic. How? Re-purposing : Begin with a Post on your Blog; then ADD "a twist here; a tweak there and you’ve got several new projects completed." Let’s take a glimpse at just some of your options:
On my last post I shared a number of options on How to Re-Purpose a Blog Post. A single Blog Post is now turning into multiple products through re-purposing. Let’s take a look at how specific Social Media vehicles come in to the mix:
As the new year gets firmly off the ground, I am making strides to re-group, get organized again and back on a sustainable path.
The biggest mistake I made in internet marketing during 2010? I just had way too much going on and found myself scattered … which leads to putting out fires. I’ve always been good at multi-tasking but this got way out of hand. Have you ever been there?
Marketing, Media Strategy & SEO = my niche. Blogging = not so much with a 5 year gap between posts. This time I’m determined to stick with it until I love it!
Do you have challenges posting to your blog daily, weekly, regularly? Share your story. I hear there are a LOT of blog-challenged among us.
If you are a master blogger and have figured out how to work it into your daily schedule, please share your tips to stay on top of blog posting and article writing.
By: Linda Yarbrough of Yarby’s Corner, Media Marketing Strategy Blog