Recycling content, or “repurposing” it, is a great way to stretch your hard work out. Once you’ve taken the time to create a piece of content, like a blog post or a video make the most of it by using different forms of media to attract different people. It may seem like a lot of work, but recycling content will save you time in the long run! Our new infograph “How to Recycle Your Content” will help you see all the ways you could be reusing the pieces you’ve spent so much time and effort to create. Whether you start with a blog post or a video, you can follow this process through and in many cases return to the top and start all over again.
Having worked with several local Halifax charities on social media, I know that many board members are just scratching the surface of social media. They’ve just joined because they know they need to for their charity work. Or they’re only there to keep up on the antics of their children or grandchildren. If you want to have a successful social media campaign, whether it’s to raise funds, win a voting contest, crowdfund, sell event tickets or advocate for services, you need to ensure your supporters know what to do.
There’s been a lot of talk about blogging in my circles in Halifax lately. Why do you blog, how to blog, how much to blog, and so on? One thing that seems so foreign to new business bloggers is how they can recycle their content in their newsletters and on social media. Blogging can cut … Read more