I am a firm believer in multiplying the impact of your creative efforts!
My friends Lori Steffen and Jeff Wark (mith a minor brainstorming from me) developed a list of 216 different ways you can repurpose your content.
Jeff wrote the following identifying some common mistakes people make when they create content:
Content repurposing is not new. However, a lot of people still make mistakes when they decide to devote some time to reusing their information. The common mistakes are the following:
1. The content is created only once and it ends there.
2. There are those who realize the importance of repurposing however they have limited knowledge on how to do it. Did you know that there are 216 ways to repurpose content? It would be a great advantage if you can discover the various ways.
3. Most individuals are unfamiliar with the importance of the ‘body of work’. Always keep in mind that it will be a lot easier to grow your business if your clients and customers see you as an expert in a particular business or field.
4. Some are still unfamiliar with duplicate content and they are afraid that reusing their information will hurt them.
5. Most people think that repetition is a disservice to their followers, but it is not. Even if you create content in different ways, not everyone will be exposed to all the different ways you make your information available. Besides, according to studies, an average individual needs to see certain information at least seven times before he or she can remember the information. So you are helping them by repeating the information so they can remember it.
Content repurposing is not hard. Creating information from scratch all the time can be considered really hard. If you want to save time and energy, it’s time to reuse your material. This is an efficient and easy way to create various pieces. In fact, if you’re well-informed, there are 216 ways to do it.
If you can implement these things, you will soon be able to target your chosen market and attract more traffic. You will soon notice that your monthly income is increasing.
Now take a moment and think about the potential uses you can get from photos, images, clipped testimonials and more. Do you merely upload them to Flickr or Facebook or Photobucket and leave it there? Why not take them and drop them into a program like AVS4you Video Editor, like you see above, and create a video presentation?
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