Repurposing your writing is a way to get your information out to as many people as possible. I have used this technique successfully for at least two years now and continue to provide fresh and valuable content to my readers. Anything that you write or speak can be repurposed into articles, blog posts, short reports, eBooks, teleseminars, workbooks, and more. It all begins with your original idea.I usually start off by making a post to my blog. The idea for this post may come from something I have read, a conversation I’ve had, or from something I have seen being discussed on Facebook or Twitter. I am writing to my readers and including their interests in the post.Then I will take that blog post and turn it into an article. My audience is now different, because most of the readers do not know me yet. I want to include valuable information they will be able to use, but leave it incomplete so they will return to my site to learn more.Now I think about a short report I can write, using two or three articles I have written on the same topic. I give these short reports away as lead… Read full this story
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