How to Create 4 Pieces of Content From One Starter

by mizesean 0 replies
One of the keys to creating an effective content marketing strategy is being able to multi-purpose content such that you can create one piece of initial content, then create multiple pieces of additional content using the original piece as the core. This allows you to easily create 4 pieces of content out of each idea.

This might look like:

a 600 word ezinearticle, article on your site, or article on an industry site

a 200 word excerpt for facebook

a slideshare created from the content

a a youtube created from the slideshare core

and of course, you want to announce all of these instances in your various social media networks and your private content site networks.

To see a visual of this:

Content Marketing Flowchart
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