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10 Ways to Repurpose Your Social Media Content


10 Ways to Repurpose Your Social Media Content


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Most marketers spend hours upon hours each day trying to come up with all their social media content. It’s a never-ending adrenaline filled moment of trying to look for content pieces that your audiences will love.

Been there, done that.

Every day can be a struggle to push through but I have a solution. I’m going to show you how to repurpose one single piece of content into 10 different content pieces. Life is about to get easier right now!

And if you want to learn more, I can show you how I create 60 days of content in just under eight hours. With my 10 social media content types and formulas, I can create video content, images, text-based posts that pull my audience in and gets them to engage on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. If you want to learn how to implement this in your own business register for my free masterclass, How To Create 60 Days of Social Media and Video Content in 8 Hours.

Now let’s get started on those 10 fresh pieces of repurposed social media content.

Number one, create an infographic. Pick your best tweets and use Canva to design them into an infographic. Canva is my favorite graphic design software and it’s completely free and I have a tutorial that shows you exactly how to use it.

Number two, live stream. People want to see you implement what it is that you say you do. So take it to a whole new level by live streaming. After broadcasting there’s even an opportunity that you can embed the video recording that you just did on your site.

Number three, share a question. You can either ask the question to get the gears turning for your audience or you can share an answer to a related question.

Number four, create a blog post. Harvest your content and expand on it. Talk more about what your followers want to know in long-form written format.

Number five, webinar. Use your other repurposed content from any social media platform and host a specific webinar on that content. Create a SlideShare out of this webinar that you can also share as well.

Number six, quote images. Capture important quotes and post them as images. Take advantage of key hashtags and relay them. You can easily create those through Canva.

Number seven, create images for Pinterest and Facebook. This content can be a bulleted list that has shareable content which features important notes and phrases on your topic of content.

Number eight, email autoresponder series. Create an email series based on the topic that you can send to your audience. Maybe people in your email list want to learn morin-depth on a topic and you can ask them to sign up for a three part series where you can teach them more in depth.

Number nine, create bonus material. Use your content as an entryway to develop an opt-in that can be downloaded by your users. Create checklists, calendars and anything workable and digital.

Number 10, eBooks. Consolidate all of the content you’ve generated into one eBook that captures the one singular important theme.

Congratulations! You’ve transformed one single piece of content into 10 possible content pieces. And this is so important to keep showing up for your audience. Being consistent and providing value so that your audience can know, like and trust you which only grows your following and helps you to generate sales 10 times easier.

Each repurpose brings you closer to your goals and establishes you as an authority in your niche.

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