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[0:03] If you’re a blogger, or you’re looking to start a blog, it’s super important to get the most leverage the most traction out of every single blog post you create so you don’t waste time and money.

[0:25] But here’s the thing about blogs…Not everyone likes to read So what’s a blogger to do?

[0:45] Bloggers need to turn those awesome posts into different forms of content through a process called repurposing and it can be done in as little as 15 minutes 

[1:21] Welcome to this live recording of Episode 287 of the Amplify Your Awesome Podcast with host Yong Pratt, AKA Dr. Content 

[1:55] Drop the link to your blog on today’s show notes at http://www.yongpratt.com/287

[2:36]  Repurposing your blog post doesn’t have to be hard, or time-consuming or complicated. 

[4:37] Tip #1: Extract text

[7:14] Using tips 1-2, you could easily turn one blog post into 11+ pieces of awesome content

 

[9:03] Examples for the lovely ladies that shared their favorite blog posts on Monday, Lucy, Krista, and Susan. 

[10:00] When it feels like you’ve shared too much, share some more and here’s why

[10:52] Making it easier for people to consume your blog (or any content) is the name of the game in repurposing.

[11:25] Tip #3: Audio posts using your smartphone

[13:15] Can you guess what it is probably some of you who are here live, can guess what I’m going to say.

[13:22] BONUS Tip #4: Turn your blog into videos and the many ways to create video

[15:57] Yong’s content workflow 

[17:10] Be sure to post your repurposed content and tag Yong on social media

[17:50] What questions do you have about turning your blog posts into other forms of content AKA repurposing content and what a 90s slogan has to do with your content. 

[19:53] How using today’s tips can set you up for success even if you’re new to blogging 

[21:24] If you want more tips like these and a community of fellow creators to hang out with, you’re invited to join us inside of our new community, Creators Landing.


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