Episode #110 | How to Make Your Existing Content Go Further

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Episode #110 | How to Make Your Existing Content Go Further

In today’s episode, we’re talking all about how to make your existing content go further.

Why creating less content is actually better.

Being stuck in the hamster wheel of content creation is not beneficial for you or your audience. It is important to make your content go further by creating less content and promoting it more.

Why repurposing your content is key.

Repurposing content helps you have more content without having to reinvent the wheel each time. It gives your content more bang for your buck and allows for you to continue to get eyes on your content across all of your channels.

How making additional Pinterest graphics helps you get more bang for your buck.

Creating 5-7 graphics per blog post, podcast episode, or video is key because it makes it look like you have new content even though it’s not and allows you to get the most use out of one piece of content as possible.

Why using a looping social media scheduler is important.

We recommend using Tailwind and SmarterQueue to continue your content syndication and allow for more people to see your content.

Why interlinking your content is crucial.

Interlinking your old posts to your new content helps you keep people on your website longer and get more bang for your buck on each piece of content.

Why updating your information in your old content is beneficial.

We recommend updating your old content whenever you can. This allows for you to revamp older content without completely reinventing the wheel and creating a completely new post. You can also add your affiliate links to your older posts to help boost your content.

Why submitting your post as a guest post or to something like Medium can be a great option.

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