Get the Most out of Your Content: Repurpose and Recycle Like a Boss

Writing content takes time and effort, so you want to make the most out of it. Plus, recycling is good for the environment, so it’s a win-win situation. Here’s how to repurpose and recycle your content like a boss:

Blog Posts Can Be Turned into Social Media Posts

Those blog posts you spent hours writing? Don’t just let them sit on your website. Share them on social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn. But don’t just copy and paste the same text from your blog post. Mix it up and come up with new captions or paraphrase the content. Add relevant hashtags and images to make it more appealing.

Turn Webinars into Blog Posts

If you’ve done a webinar, or are planning one, consider turning the content into a blog post. You can summarize the main points and share the slides or any other visuals used during the webinar. Use the blog post as an opportunity to add in some extra commentary or expand on some of the points that you may not have had time to cover during the webinar.

Update and Reuse Old Content

You don’t always have to create new content from scratch. Look to your archives to see if there are any blog posts or articles that can be updated with new information or a fresh perspective. You can also repurpose old content into different formats, such as turning a series of blog posts into an infographic or ebook.

Guest Post on Other Websites

Giving your content a wider reach can be as easy as guest posting on other websites. Reach out to websites that align with your content and pitch them on a topic that would be a good fit for their audience. Make sure to include links back to your website and social media accounts so that new readers can find your content.

Record a Podcast Episode

If you’re feeling especially creative, why not try turning your content into a podcast episode? You can cover the same topics in a more conversational format and expand on some of the points you might not have had time for in a blog post. Plus, it’s a great way to connect with your audience on a more personal level.

With these tips, you can get the most out of your content and reach a wider audience without always having to create new material. Be creative and have fun with it!

About Author

By Kathleen Celmins

Kathleen is a desert-dwelling yogi who helps agency owners and service providers uncover a $100,000 revenue stream without having to create anything new. Every business owner who has been working for at least a few years has $100,000 just sitting in their digital files, collecting digital dust. She helps them uncover those income streams, leverage their expertise, and package it properly.