Our guest in this episode is Sally A Curtis who is a Content Repurposing Wiz & outside of the box thinker who loves leverage. She works with Brilliant Individuals to leverage their IP to engage & entice their audience through the power of visuals. Sally is best known for turning books into two years worth of social media posts. Her content agency works with change-makers across the globe and publishing or media houses to maximise visibility by amplifying clients' wisdom & insights. Sally started her career working with Australia's most influential business leaders, helping them fill their events nationally and internationally with exceptionally high conversion rates. She went on to do this for herself and then mentored others and this led her to find the secret was in engagement through visual content and human conversations. Sallys' team create for you a library of re-useable, profitable brand assets that amplify your impact, make you stand out, be heard and help you reach more people with ease.In our conversation Sally shares her insights into simplifying the content creation process and finding your inner genius. Key takeaways:What you do and say repeatedly, showcases effortless talent;Repurposing existing content is an effective strategy for simplifying content creation;Break down existing content into small chunks and use visuals to connect with your audience.Tanya Alvarez in episode 581 (publishes on July 13) introduced us to Sally.Listen to the podcast to find out more.
Welcome to this episode of the Skalable Growth podcast, where we dive into the topic of using content to create pipeline with Linkedin Top Voice Morgan Inrgam.Morgan shares his story as an SDR who used content to to fill his pipeline to now helping companies build their content strategy to drive greater awareness. Morgan emphasizes the importance of authenticity, personal connection, and useful insights when trying to engage with your audience. Morgan shares the Angel Falls method of repurposing content to keep it flowing and how quality is about being thoughtful, not necessarily high production value. 4 Biggest Takeaways:1. Authenticity and personal connection are highly valued by audiences on LinkedIn. Personal stories and experiences can perform better than more traditional tactical content.2. Repurposing content is an effective way to keep content flowing and generate new ideas. It also doesn't require high production value.3. The speaker recommends identifying what you want to be known for and creating five pillars of content to support that overall theme. Documenting process and sharing that content can also be an effective approach to content creation.4. Generating leads can involve methods such as referrals, hosting a podcast, video, and cold calling. Groundswell prospecting and connecting with sales reps on LinkedIn can also be beneficial when approaching selling into a big company.This episode is brought to you by Growth ForumGrowth Forum is a place to Connect, Learn and Grow. Join now to access the Skalable Growth Prospecting Program.Join NowThe program is usually valued at $2500 but if you sign up to Growth Forum now you will receive access to this program for free! https://www.growthforum.io/
The Influencer Marketing Factory Podcast
In this week's episode, Alessandro Bogliari, CEO and Co-Founder of The Influencer Marketing Factory, engages in a captivating conversation with Mark Herschberg, renowned author and creator of the Brain Bump app. Tune in as they delve into a diverse range of topics, including audio indexing, content accessibility, the power of push-to-pull marketing, and much more.
You might already know about the importance of being authentic, but maybe you're not exactly sure how to translate that over social media in order to attract your ideal customers. You don't want to be so authentic and transparent that you don't leave any mystery about you, and you also don't want to share so much that you become uninteresting to listen to. There is definitely an art in owning who you are and what your unique talents are, and conveying that appropriately to your audience so that you stand out while showcasing your expertise. Sun Yi calls this the “goldilocks of personal branding.” Sun Yi is an entrepreneur, storyteller, and TEDx speaker. He is the founder of Night Owls, an award-winning digital agency in NYC. In 2022, he started Night Owl Nation, a community that practices storytelling together. Sun gained over 50k Instagram followers in only 6 months, and in this episode of the 365 Driven Podcast, he reveals his content strategy and the common mistakes he sees people making on social media, and what you should actually be doing instead. So many people think if they post consistently, that will be enough to grow their following, but they are missing a key component. It is called “social media” for a reason. The interactions are meant to be a 2-way street. No one likes when someone just takes without giving anything in return. Instead of “posting and ghosting” think about how you can use your knowledge and abilities to serve with authenticity, and the right clientele will take notice. Key highlights: Sun's content strategy and how he got 50k followers in 6 months Repurposing and recycling content What is a carousel on Instagram? The 3 necessary pieces of great content Why Sun has a consistent theme and colors on his Instagram page Don't “post and ghost” Nuances about social media that Sun didn't realize before The problem with influencer mentality How to land high-caliber clients Where to start if you are new to social media Why really great content might not perform well Common storytelling mistakes The importance of being relatable For resources and links mentioned in this episode, visit: 365driven.com/episode302
Today's episode is inspired by a clip seen on Tik Tok (where we all get our inspiration from). Delayed weddings are sadly very common the past few years and naturally, trends come and go… how can you repurpose an old one into a new one?We would love your feedback... If you enjoyed this episode, tell us why! Leave us a review and make sure you subscribe on your favorite podcast platform.www.Instagram.com/cheerstothatshitpodcasthttps://www.cheerstothatshit.com/Executive Producers are Riley Peleuses + Michaela Garrison for YEA Networks / YEA Podcasts If you are interested in advertising on this podcast or having Laura & Emily as guests on your Podcast, Radio Show, or TV Show, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
Creating content helps you with the rest of your marketing efforts. Make sure you're getting as many eyeballs on what you create by repurposing it and sharing it on a wide variety of places. What you'll learn: → where content can be repurposed. → where to share your content. → types of posts to create. → ways to share via email. → why you shouldn't worry about sharing too often. → how to repurpose your existing long form content. Want to skip ahead? Here are key takeaways: [4:40] What type of content should you create? The bigger priority is figuring out what content you can create consistency and set a regular schedule. [5:48] Make a list of the platforms you currently market on. This list could include Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, email etc. The key is to start where you are currently active and get consistent before you add more in. [7:25] Types of posts you can create. You can create carousel posts, short form video and static posts. Each type you'd create at least 4 so you'd have one per week if you're only posting long form content monthly. [13:15] Break down your content into weekly emails. Take the same strategy as social media content and break your long form content into weekly emails. Highlight a point and then drive readers to your website for more information. [16:53] Repurposing your existing content. Utilize the existing content you have on your website. You can update high performing content and reshare it to your audience. This is a great way to have more to share without having to always create new. Resources Learn More about VIP Days EP 162 | How to Craft a Perfect Blog Post Connect with us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-first-click Learn more about The First Click: https://thefirstclick.net Schedule a Digital Marketing Therapy Session: https://thefirstclick.net/officehours
The content queen is here! On this super informative and jam-packed episode, content strategist Amber Figlow takes us through the rollercoaster that is social media in 2023 and how to make your content work for you. Her realistic and transparent approach will inspire you to approach content creation with curiosity and freshness. Amber Figlow is the owner of A Creative Co. As a Content Strategist, Coach, and Speaker, she serves and educates women business owners in the creative industry. She has helped hundreds of small business owners through her 1:1 services, her membership, her products, and as a content ecosystems expert. With over 10 years of experience as a “side-hustler” turned freelancer turned full-time entrepreneur, she has spent her time learning the ins and outs of the digital marketing space working for Fortune 500 companies, local, small businesses, and now running a successful small business of her own! ------------------------- In today's episode, we cover the following: How Amber defines digital marketing Repurposing your content Experimenting with your content strategically Systems and tools she uses Her opinions on AI Why you don't need to be on every platform Spammy practices on social media Abundance over scarcity Marketing on YouTube ------------------------ RESOURCES: FREE download: The Content Batching Guide Amber's course: The Content System Descript: podcast and video editing ----------------------- Guest info: To learn more about Amber, and her fantastic insights, you can follow her @a_creativeco on Instagram, TikTok and as amberfiglow on Facebook, or visit her website. ----------------------- WORK WITH MKW CREATIVE CO. Connect on social with Michelle at: Kiss My Aesthetic Facebook Group Instagram Tik Tok ----------------------- Did you know that the fuel of the POD and the KMA Team runs on coffee? ;) If you love the content shared in the KMA podcast, you're welcome to invite us to a cup of coffee any time - Buy Me a Coffee! ----------------------- This episode of the Kiss My Aesthetic Podcast is brought to you by Audible. Get your first month free atwww.audible.com/kma. This episode was edited by Berta Wired Theme music by: Eliza Rosevera and Nathan Menard
Organized and Fabulous Mom - Organization made easy for overwhelmed moms Simplified and Fabulous Mom
Hey Friend! Come see the pics in the Facebook group I created just for us! www.facebook.com/groups/thesosmomshow I had put this off far longer than I should have, and it was making me so annoyed, I didn't want to go in there anymore! It didn't take a lot of time, and really just needed a few minutes of thinking to figure out the best solution using what I already had. I want to invite you to come share your "Make It Better May" spaces in the Facebook group too! I can even give you suggestions if you'd like! HUGS, Jenn WEBSITE: www.thesosmom.com EMAIL: email@example.com PHONE: +1 (980)389-0399 FB GROUP: www.facebook.com/groups/thesosmomshow
Brought to you by GapScout, TextExpander, and LearnDashJust how important is writing? According to YouTuber Mark Ellis, your career depends on it. And as someone who's grown his audience to 1 million monthly views in just a couple of years, he knows a thing or two. That's why he's going to take us through his process for creating content, repurposing, and how you can start! In How I Built It Pro, we talk specifically about growing his YouTube channel and podcasting on YouTube.Top Takeaways Most videos Mark publishes start out as blog posts, highlighting the incredible importance of repurposing. His team has been crucial because they can do the things he doesn't have to do. That way he can focus on writing, recording, and growing his audience. Mark also makes $2,000/mo from Medium, which is free to get started on. He's leveraging the reach on other platforms to grow his own business. Show Notes Mark Ellis Mark on YouTube Mark on Twitter Mark on Instagram Mark on Linkedin Making the Most of Your Stream Deck with Cat Mulvihill The Axis of Awesome 4 Chords How to Hire a VA That Actually Helps You with Matthew Yahes Sponsored by: TextExpander | Learndash Get your FREE copy of my Automations Library ★ Support this podcast ★
Pradeep joins Ash and Kane in this episode. Pradeep describes himself as a serial dropout, but he has now been to both Oxford and Harvard and generated more than 1.6 billion in his working life! Pradeep has decided to spread his message and inspire others by being a guest on other people's podcasts and talks to Kane and Ash about how and why he does exactly this as well as talks about repurposing, branding and giving back. KEY TAKEAWAYS Pradeep left school with almost no qualifications, he worked in bars and shops to make money but often found himself in trouble. Weightlifting was one of his few passions and this helped teach him discipline which he would later use to build his empire. After a fight Pradeep spent time in a coma, it was upon waking he decided to change his life. Pradeep has been guesting on podcasts to try and inspire others. Guesting on podcast shows is good for Pradeep's personal brand and an effective way of promoting himself and his businesses. Repurposing your content into different formats helps you reach a wider audience. Not everyone will listen to a full-length podcast. Pradeep wants to build a legacy, which is why he focuses on his personal brand rather than just his company brand. There is a strong link between personal brand and trust, that's why it can be so powerful. Video and sound are much more personal than just an image or photo. You can get yourself across and people can really get to know you. Pradeep says we should all give our knowledge and wealth back into the world, you can't take it with you when you go! Having a good engaging personal brand allows you to build stronger relationships resulting in better partnerships, clients and more. Sending a personalised message via social media is one of the best ways to reach out to podcast hosts. BEST MOMENTS “Life's a numbers game, a sales game and a risk game” “Guesting has helped me reflect on the way I speak, the way I spine stories, the way I interact with others” “The people who consume clips are not the same people who listen to a full podcast” “The personal brand gives you integrity, when the company is new you are investing in the person” “You don't know who you don't know and you don't know what you don't know” “Podcasting has benefitted you and you don't even have your own podcast” VALUABLE RESOURCES Pradeep's LinkedIn Podcast Production - The Cost of the Wrong Choice How to Launch a Number 1 Podcast - Part 1 Free Podcast Workshop https://tinyurl.com/Podhelp ABOUT THE HOSTS Kane Baron, Ashley Morris & Thom Luter manage over 150 live podcasts Including Rob Moore, Kevin Clifton, Shaa Wasmand MBE & more. Helping Entrepreneurs Launch, Scale & Monetise their podcast for over 6 years. CONTACT METHOD WebsiteLinkedIn Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to start a podcast, podcasting, hosting, downloads, monetisation, content creation, repurposing, video, youtube, tiktok, instagram, social media marketing, growth, consumption,: https://progressivemedia.uk/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Finding the right game system to match the story you're trying to tell can be a daunting task. Sometimes, the best move is to use an existing system in an unconventional way. This week, Rob & Sara discuss repurposing game systems for settings their mechanics DIDN'T have in mind. Listen to us live, every Wednesday night at 7pm EST, at http://www.mixlr.com/storyteller-conclave. Listen to us on your favorite device! Or Amazon Audible Find us on Twitter (@st_conclave) – Instagram (st_conclave) Support the show by joining our Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/StorytellerConclave Please join us on Discord, to submit questions for the show, chat with Rob, Sara, and other Storytellers, and read over the detailed show-notes for more information and links to stuff we may not have been able to detail during the show! Discord : https://t.co/7H8p1lGYqG Or find our older episodes at Https://Storytellerconclave.com
It's a TikTok talk ya'll. I chat with wedding pro and successful TikTok content creator Meagan Culkin about the benefits of the platform, how easy it is to create and repurpose your content and some tips on how to reach an audience that will grow your business. So if you're thinking about joining TikTok for your wedding business, grab a pen and let's talk it out! Topics Covered: Thought process with TikTok Second long videos Repurposing video across platforms CapCut Is it worth it Consistency Tying back to what you do Sharing real life Multi-faceted content How to get started
Stay Paid - A Sales and Marketing Podcast
Tamara Thompson is the mind behind Broadcast Your Authority, a content marketing agency that helps influencers, CEOs, and other professionals exponentially grow their influence and audiences with a data-driven approach to microcontent and repurposing. Tamara shares some of the methods she and her team use to routinely and with lightning speed grow their clients' audiences from as few as a dozen to tens of thousands. Listen to understand the organic, audience-generating power of replicating popular content, hear how to use a call to action that promotes engagement and get subscribers and followers onto your email list, discover how to use ChatGPT to identify the best clips for microcontent, and find out about the highly promising, new social media platform that is going to give TikTok a run for its money—and why you'll want to get in on the ground floor. Be sure to check out our show notes at staypaidpodcast.com for more in-depth information and added details not included in the episode. Connect | Resources Connect with Tamara: · Website: broadcastyourauthority.com · Instagram: @tamarathompsonofficial · TikTok: @tamarathompsonofficial Resources: · Keywords Everywhere: For finding the best keywords for your social media content · Minichat: A bot to capture contact info from subscribers and followers · Trint: Transcription service · Clapper: Hot new social media platform 0:00 Introduction 0:59 Guest introduction 2:10 Strategy that led to $170K viral video 6:06 Tools for spotting trends 7:44 How long to grow depends on niche 10:24 Capitalize on what's working 12:05 Using tags, titles, keywords, playlists 14:18 Thoughts on CTAs | “Comment below” 20:48 Using bots in conjunction with CTA 21:48 Selecting microcontent for repurposing 25:28 Thoughts on the future of social media 29:51 Tamara's favorite mantra 33:53 Action Item
In honor of Earth Day, I'm RECYCLING and REPURPOSING an incredible interview with Amy Louise Davis, of Alou Artist, all about how we can reduce “throw away culture” in our classrooms while also supporting mindfulness and creativity in our students. Amy is a textile artist and embroiderer who is fascinated by pattern and sculpture. Influenced by environmental and social issues, she created alou in 2013 to tackle throw away culture. With a particular interest in repurposing often overlooked, pre-loved materials, she uses her skills in sculpting and embroidery to conceptualize and design beautiful new artifacts. Amy has also found a strong connection in the relationship between sustainability and mindfulness, which she shares with us today along with project ideas we can easily incorporate into our classrooms, Links and resources: Meet Amy on her website alou.co.uk or follow her on Instagram @alouartist, where she shares plenty of Reels and IGTV episodes offering tutorials for creative repurposing. Follow along with the ideas and tutorials in her campaign, MendNotTrend.com, and share your own contributions using the hashtag #MendNotTrend on Instagram and Twitter Check out the incredible cacti sculptures Amy mentions in the show here. Be sure to follow along on Instagram, where I'll be sharing my takeaways and applications from this conversation as I revamp my classroom "Sustainability Station" mentioned in the episode: @appleblossomteachers For current resources and updates, check out my website.
Content repurposing is a bit of a buzzword at the moment, but how can you ensure you're doing it in the right way? It's a great method to save time and energy by reusing your best content and maximizing its impact. Repurposing can make a single piece of content, like a blog or podcast episode, work harder for you so instead of constantly creating new content, you can recycle and reuse your best content to keep your audience engaged and free up time for other important tasks. In this episode, we'll dive into: Using content repurposing to keep releasing content every week without burning out Sharing your content across different platforms so it works harder for you Implementing AI technology to save you energy when repurposing content Keeping your audience engaged when repurposing your content across different channels If you enjoyed this episode, I invite you to drop a five-star rating + review with your biggest takeaway, so that other introverts can find this podcast for guidance and support through their introvert entrepreneur journey! Check out the full show notes and resources mentioned at thetarareid.com/ep96
PSC Partners Seeking a Cure is pleased to present Living With PSC, a podcast moderated by Niall McKay. Each month, this podcast explores the latest research and knowledge about primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC), a rare liver disease. From patient stories, to the latest research updates from PSC experts, to collaborations that are necessary to find better treatments and a cure, this podcast has it all! In epidode 37 of the Living with PSC Podcast, Host Niall McKay talks with Dr. Laura Cristoferi, hepatologist, clinical research fellow, and PhD candidate, at Milano Bicocca University in Italy. They discuss PSC diagnosis and disease progression, the importance of PSC registries to share knowledge and improve research, various PSC therapies, and more. "We are building a national PSC registry in Italy," says Dr. Cristoferi. "We are trying to build a network in order to improve knowledge for diagnosis and management of this disease...and in order to have a rapid connection in case of clinical trials. Using this registry, we will have precise epidemiological data." Dr. Cristoferi highlights various research endeavors including her project aimed at discovering biomarkers to enable a more precise determination of PSC disease progression over time.
Special guest Brittany Berger (https://www.brittanyberger.com) is a content marketing consultant and the creator of the Content Remix Method. She helps and teaches small businesses how to use content repurposing to get off the constant content treadmill and avoid content burnout.Brittany talks about the advantages of reusing live shopping event videos for social media and marketing. We address the appropriate length for a live stream and the value of having a content strategy that focuses on results. We additionally cover social media burnout, the danger of content fatigue, and the role of automation in the generation and repurposing of information. Brittany shares her own experience with personal branding, as well as how it has affected her mental health. Join the Live eCommerce private community: https://try.estreamly.com/the-live-ecommerce-community.Receive weekly live shopping industry updates and tips in our newsletter: https://try.estreamly.com/newsletter.
EPISODE 157The pressure to constantly update social media and create new content all the time can leave your client with a headache. Today, I'm going to share a strategy that will solve your clients' content creation struggles - repurposing long form (or macro) content to social media. You can bring this strategy to your clients to bring more value, and save them time and that battle each week. I suggest some specific ways you can repurpose your client's podcast content whether it's as posts, reels, emails, videos and more, and give some useful tips to make content creation easier for you and your client.In this episode, we cover:-How long form content, like podcasts, can be repurposed on social media, email lists, reels, and other content creation-Repurposing content vs promoting an episode-Why giving the same message over and over again is important-Organizing a three month plan for content strategy-Using three topic points per episode to create content-Producing as little social media content as your client needsIf you want to chat more about this topic, I would love to continue this conversation with you, over on Instagram! @laurenwrightonTo learn how to earn $5k per month as a podcast manager (without taking on a million clients!) grab a seat in our free masterclass at http://laurenwrighton.com/masterclassSHOW NOTES: https://laurenwrighton.com/episode157
This week marks the arrival of Earth Day! In this week's episode of ~ing Podcast, we're joined again by Herald Press author, Todd Wynward, a public school founder, small-scale farmer, wilderness educator, and Mennonite organizer for watershed discipleship in the Mountain States region. In the second half of our conversation with Todd, he introduces us to his "Brother from another mother," his hermano, Daniel "Ryno" Herrera. Ryno is hard at work rewiring and repurposing "QiLT" - his family's Questa property into a family-friendly conscious village that supports neighborliness, interdependence and place-based living. We'll learn more about their collaborative journey through the Taos Initiative for Life Together (TiLT), and the Repurposing Plastic Project in Taos, New Mexico. We hope you listen to the first half of this episode which came out last week. We hope you consider advertising with ~ing Podcast. Are you connected to an organization with similar values or themes to our guests? Consider becoming an episode or season sponsor! we'll help you reach our growing audience. To find out more, email email@example.com A written transcript of this episode is available at our website - https://www.mennomedia.org/ing-podcast/ ~ing Podcast is a production of MennoMedia, a nonprofit Publisher that creates thoughtful, Anabaptist resources to enrich faith in a complex world. To find out more, visit us online at MennoMedia.org --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ing-pod/message
“Product-led content is any type of content that strategically weaves a product or a service into the story, and uses it to illustrate a point, solve a problem, or help the audience accomplish a goal.”Welcome to another episode of The SEO Growth Podcast! This time, we speak to Dr. Fiorenza Dossetto, Brand and Editorial Lead at ActiveCampaign Postmark, about the importance of creating product-led content that successfully showcases your product without sounding too “salesy”.Dr. Fio shares the importance of weaving a narrative around your product in a way that feels relevant and valuable to your audience, as this ultimately leads to more sign-ups and higher rates of customer satisfaction. She talks about how to create low-effort, high-impact content that aligns with your product, resonates with your audience, and helps them engage with your brand.Dr. Fio also shares her experience getting external SMEs for email marketing campaigns, and how service agencies can use case studies to create their own product-led content. Tune in to learn more about how to use product-led content to create a powerful story for your brand!In this episode, we talk about:Product-led contentStorytelling in content marketingSEO distributionTimestamps:00:01: Introduction[00:01:10] Understanding product-led content [00:03:37] Benefits of product-led content[00:06:23] Tips for creating product-led content[00:08:44] Mentioning products in shareable content: A controversial take from an SEO expert [00:10:22] Repurposing content[00:12:00] Creating content that's relatable[00:14:08] Common mistakes to avoid[00:16:12] Getting external SMEs [00:17:28] Creating product-led content: Tips for service agencies[00:19:24] Lessons learned from implementing product-led content at Postmark[00:21:03] How it impacts your marketing strategyAbout Dr Fiorenza DossettoFio (fee-oh) is normally quiet but can talk non-stop about product-led content, strategic thinking, and why em dashes are the best punctuation mark of all time. She works 4 days a week as the Brand & Editorial Lead at Postmark. She often uses her Fridays to write ContentFolks, a content marketing newsletter that is a blend of sticky notes, big content ideas, and small practical examples.Connect with Dr Fiorenza Dossetto on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fiorenzadossetto/ Listen to our most popular episodes: A Content System Beats Content Ideas, with Brad Smith @WordableHow to create a company culture that puts you ahead of the pack, with Adam Harris @Cloudbeds How Typeform's Branding Experiments Guided its Content and Product Strategy, with Alex Antolino @Typeform Join the Flying CatsStill feeling your stomach drop whenever you have to report organic growth to leadership? Things are about to change
The Underdog Empowerment Podcast is celebrating its 5-year anniversary, and Zach has some valuable insights to share. The first takeaway is the importance of consistency. By showing up and doing what you say you'll do, you build trust with your audience. Zach has never missed a release date in five years, and this has helped build a loyal following. In fact, staying consistent can put you ahead of 90% of other content creators out there. The second takeaway is that hosting a podcast can help you become a master communicator. Initially, talking into a microphone may feel strange, but with practice, it becomes easier. Zach knows what it's like to experience limiting beliefs and fear when interviewing guests, but keeping the conversation flowing is essential. The third takeaway is that having a podcast makes creating content easier. By recording video and audio, you can turn them into shorts, blogs, emails, and more. Repurposing content helps you reach a broader audience and saves time in content creation. Finally, podcasting is an excellent tool to build a network and brand. Zach used the podcast to connect with people who are doing what he wants to be doing in life and develop rock-solid relationships. It's a great way to get into the same room with those people and learn from them. The podcast agency was always a stepping stone for Zach, but it took away from his true passion for creating. Now, the host is outsourcing everything to chase their dreams, including launching Alpha Underdog Apparel, becoming a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, coaching/helping build personal brands, and achieving big goals in real estate. These include acquiring a 100-acre family plot and creating a bunch of Airbnb properties. Overall, the Underdog Empowerment Podcast's 5-year anniversary celebrates not only the podcast's success but also the lessons learned. Consistency, communication, content creation, and networking are key to building a successful brand, and Zach is using these lessons to chase his dreams. What You'll Learn: Why people lack consistency. What limiting beliefs are and how to overcome them. How many different ways you can repurpose podcast content. And much more! Favorite Quote: “You're already winning and staying ahead of the game when you're consistent.” -Zach Babcock How to Get Involved: Get podcasting help here. For more on how to grow your business, check out this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, head over and visit us on Apple Podcasts - leave a review and let us know what you thought! Your feedback keeps us going. Thanks for helping us spread the word!
Market, Scale, Grow: Facebook Ad Strategy for Teacherpreneurs
Today is a very special Strategy Session with Tia Parnell from Parfaitement Parnell.From posting a few resources on Teachers Pay Teachers in 2019, to now running a successful business which provides modern and engaging French resources for teachers, Tia has experienced business growth like she never imagined!Surprisingly, the marketing component of her business is something that Tia has not invested much time or money into. So this year, she has made it a goal to improve her marketing efforts, as well as get new products out to her audience. However, after a failed attempt with DIYing a Facebook ad, Tia is not quite ready to try again.After this session, Tia has steps in place to achieve her marketing goal by utilizing email marketing, content repurposing, and Facebook ads.I hope you enjoy this chat as much as I did!Key Takeaways:Tia's product suite and the targeted audience (03:32) Free opt-ins and how they are structured (07:04)All about course promotion (9:14)Repurposing content and the benefits of hiring help (17:39)Are you being too repetitive with marketing material? (21:20)Paid Facebook ads (22:19)Expanding reach without using ads (28:20)Tia's three strategy session takeaways (30:21)Connect with Tia:IG: https://www.instagram.com/parfaitementparnell/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/parfaitementparnellWebsite: https://www.parfaitementparnell.com/Links and Resources:FREE audience audit call → marketscalegrow.com/audienceauditDream List Essentials Facebook Ads Course (opening end of April 2023) → http://marketscalegrow.com/dlewaitlistFree download → Facebook Ad Targeting Groups___Find me on Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/heyitsjenzaia/Email Me → firstname.lastname@example.org Join the Facebook community → https://www.facebook.com/groups/marketscalegrow
Build Your Tribe | Grow Your Business with Social Media
In this episode, Brock chats with Sean Cannell all about YouTube Shorts. With 50 billion daily views and 1.5 billion monthly active users, YouTube shorts is a significant player in the vertical video market. Here is what you will learn: YouTube shorts has gained significant popularity Why YouTube Shorts are a major player in the vertical video market, competing with Instagram and TikTok. Repurposing existing vertical videos is an easy way to create content for YouTube Shorts. The demographics of YouTube shorts viewers are younger, but also have a significant audience in the 35-45 age range. Shorts can be used to drive traffic to a channel and long-form videos, but can stand on their own. YouTube shorts can be a good way to start building awareness and gaining subscribers. How Often Should you be posting Why anyone serious about building a brand or business should be using YouTube Shorts. Join Sean's Free Webclass by going to Chalene.com/Think Learn More about Sean at thinkmedia.com We would love to hear from you! Leave your questions or messages for Chalene RIGHT HERE Check out this episode on YouTube!! Go to Hostinger.com/TRIBE to get everything you need to create your website for less than $3/month, plus 10% off with promo code TRIBE Discover Your Niche in this MasterClass with Chalene and Brock go to instaclubhub.com/niche Check out InstaClubHub!! For Just $7!! The ONLY All-In-One Instagram Resource Community Designed To...Grow Your Following and Reach More Customers on Instagram™(All in Just Five Minutes a Day!) Download the Patreon App and Join The Chalene Show at patreon.com/TheChaleneShow Join our awesome PodSquad on Facebook here! Subscribe to The Chalene Show!! Links you may want to check out: Check out Bret's ALL NEW Course Money Matters 101 at Chalene.com/moneymatters Check out MarketingImpactAcademy.com Join our awesome PodSquad on Facebook here! Be sure to check out the Push Journals and Notebooks!! Go to PushJournal.com Leave Chalene or Brock a message or ask them a question at (619) 500-4819 Not sure what your thing is? Go to Chalene.com/MyThing Learn more about Kajabi Leave Chalene or Brock a question or message RIGHT HERE Connect with us on your fav social platform: Chalene: Instagram: www.Instagram.com/ChaleneJohnson Facebook: www.Facebook.com/Chalene TikTok: @chaleneOfficial Twitter: www.Twitter.com/ChaleneJohnson Brock: Instagram: @Brock11Johnson TikTock: @brock11johnnson Be sure to follow Brock on his travel adventures @tayandbrock Stop dieting & start living: PhaseItUp.com Sign Up For MY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER and you'll get FREE tips on how to live a ridiculously amazing fun-filled life! Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes!!! Get episode show notes here: www.chalenejohnson.com/podcast Hey! Send me a DM & tell me what you think about the show! (Use the Hashtag) #BuildYourTribe so I know you're a homie! XOXO Chalene Intro Music by: CO.AG Music Song: DayFox - Lioness (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: • DayFox - Lioness ...
The Zibra Blog’s BEFORE AND AFTER Furniture Refinishing Podcast
Becky of Phoenix Vintage Furniture answers questions about her Golden Brush Award winning piece in the Repurposed category.Main: Becky Ackroyd - Phoenix Vintage Furniturehttps://www.instagram.com/phoenixvintagefurniture/Ad: Alissa - Rustic Refreshhttps://www.instagram.com/rustic_refresh/Event: Krista Litka - Live with Kristahttps://www.enjoyzibra.com/blogs/how-to-series/live-with-kristenTip: Brianna Kanuck - Brianna Kanuckhttps://www.instagram.com/briannakanuck/Question:Christiana Hollingsworth - CJFlipsIthttps://www.instagram.com/cj.flips.it/Zoey Reade - The Creative Zohttps://www.instagram.com/thecreativezo/Zibra:Website: Zibrahttps://www.enjoyzibra.com/Podcast Page: Zibra's Before & After Furniture Refinishing Podcasthttps://www.enjoyzibra.com/pages/the-zibra-podcast-season-5
In this episode, Stephanie is talking with Brittany from Practice Better all about how to win back some of your time and work smarter in your business by repurposing your content. Brittany shares how to take one piece of content you create in your business and turn it into multiple income streams by using built-in features included inside of Practice Better. Practice Better is an all-in-one client management platform that helps you to run an organized and streamlined nutrition business. In today's episode, you'll learn: Why diversifying your income is important Different ways to repurpose your content to make more money How to use the Practice Better platform to diversify your income Strategies on how to increase the lifetime of your nutrition clients Links and resources mentioned: Learn more about Practice Better and save 20% on your first 4 months with code NEXTLEVEL20 in the checkout Get access to this FREE done-for-you program that you can use inside Practice Better!
The Practice of Therapy Podcast with Gordon Brewer
In this episode of the Practice of Therapy, Gordon interviews Katie Read, a long-time therapist who has worked in private practice, taught grad school, directed community mental health programs, and created therapy training materials. The two discuss how mental health therapists are outgrowing their offices by repurposing their skills, creating amazing lives for themselves, and helping their clients. Katie shares her story and experiences in the field and how she found success by branching out and trying different roles. Gordon and Katie also discuss the importance of adapting to change in the mental health field and finding ways to keep growing and improving as a therapist. Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Katie's Website Katie on Instagram Katie's YouTube Therapist Freedom Incubator: Therapreneurs Creating Freedom-Based Lives Wise Practice Summit Use the promo code "GORDON" to get 2 months of Therapy Notes free Join The PsychCraft Network Today! Launch Club The Practice of Therapy Community Practice of Therapy Focus Groups Private Practice Resources
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Do you get people responding to your repurposed content with, ‘seen this before'-type comments? It can be frustrating, but if you have eager followers then it can happen… take it as a compliment! The truth is we all love listening to our favorite songs over and over, and no true Friends fan will have watched the one with Ross and the leather pants just once! So, there's nothing wrong with sharing your best content more than once. However, no one wants to feel like they're sounding like a broken record, so what are some of the ways you can avoid this? In this episode of the Content 10x podcast, host Amy Woods looks at 7 ways to avoid sounding repetitive when repurposing. Find out: How to repurpose your content without repeating The benefits of people recognizing your repurposed content 7 ways to avoid repetitive repurposing Important links & mentions: How content repurposing can help you win the zero moment of truth https://www.content10x.com/how-content-repurposing-can-help-you-win-the-zero-moment-of-truth/ Turning Your Content on It's Head https://www.content10x.com/turning-your-content-on-its-head/ Content That Converts: How to Repurpose Your Content for Your Marketing Funnel https://www.content10x.com/content-that-converts-how-to-repurpose-your-content-for-your-marketing-funnel/ The Content 10x book: https://www.content10x.com/book (Content 10x: More Content, Less Time, Maximum Results) Amy Woods is the CEO and founder of Content 10x, the world's first and longest-running specialist content repurposing agency that partners exclusively with B2B tech and professional services businesses. Amy is a best-selling author, hosts two content marketing podcasts (The Content 10x Podcast and B2B Content Strategist), and speaks on stages all over the world about the power of content repurposing. Join hundreds of business owners, content creators and marketers and get content repurposing tips and advice delivered straight to your inbox every week https://www.content10x.com/newsletter
On this episode of Podcasting Smarter we're speaking with Marcus Engel, the founder of the branded podcast production company, 301 Studios. Podcasting provides an opportunity for brands to enhance their connection with their target audience through engaging storytelling. By utilizing a longer form content format, companies can delve deeper into topics, allowing them to share the values and mission underlying their brand in a more meaningful way. As a result, podcasting enables brands to build a solid digital footprint and foster a stronger bond with their audience, which goes beyond superficial engagement seen in some short-form content. In this interview, Marcus highlights the value of branded podcasts in connecting with listeners in a more profound manner. He emphasizes that companies should focus on creating content that demonstrates their unique brand DNA and allows them to strategically repurpose elements for different social media platforms. Furthermore, Engel highlights the importance of long-term commitment to podcasting as a means of developing deeper engagement with one's audience. "Podcasting is the perfect way for brands to showcase who they are, what they do, and what they truly believe in." - Marcus Engel On this episode, you will learn the following: What you can do to enhance your brand's visibility with standout branded podcasts. How to create lasting bonds with your audience using evergreen content. What embracing the vital role of SEO will do for boosting your podcast's discoverability. The benefits companies are finding by tapping into the power of social media platforms for successful outreach. How to welcome an international audience by embracing multilingual content tactics. Resources: Subscribe to our email newsletter to get industry updates: https://www.podbean.com/email-subscribe Sign up for all of Podbean's Free Live Events here: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/podbeancom-31329492977 Other episodes you'll enjoy: Podcast Entrepreneurship and Creating a 6-figure Podcast Business with Bethany Hawkins of Crackers in Soup How to Make Impactful Branded Podcasts: Live Replay with Napier B2B on Brand Storytelling, Repurposing Content and Finding Your Audience Branded Podcast Do's and Don'ts About us: Podcast Smarter is the official in-house podcast by Podbean. Podbean is a podcast publishing and monetization service, hosting almost 620,000 podcasts. If you're looking to start your own podcast, monetize your podcast and livestream directly to your listeners, you can set up an account at podbean.com Connect with us: Subscribe to our email newsletter to get updates from the team head over to: https://www.podbean.com/email-subscribe Connect with Marcus and 301 Studios here: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/301-studios/ Instagram: https://www.linkedin.com/company/301-studios/ Website: https://www.weare301.com/ Find us on socials: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/podbean Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/podbeancom YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0H3hvTa_1_ZwFg6RjGNXGw/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/podbeancom LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/podbean Website: https://podcast.podbean.com/ Email us: To contact Podcasting Smarter with questions get in contact at email@example.com
Looking for tried-and-true tips for how to grow your business? Look no further than Steve Chou, online entrepreneur extraordinaire and master of email marketing, YouTube, SMS texting, and marketing online businesses in general. You may already know of him from My Wife Quit Her Job. And in today's podcast episode, Steve shares key insights into: Lead generation, Creating effective email lists, Using YouTube to grow your subscriber base Repurposing content And a whole lot more... One of his secrets to success is his focus on one thing at a time. He creates systems for each task before moving on to the next, allowing him to outsource tasks to a virtual assistant and streamline his workflow. He also repurposes content across different channels for long-term leverage. And if you're looking to grow your YouTube channel, Steve has some great advice. He recommends having a website as a home base to gather emails and using YouTube to grow your subscriber base. The most important part of YouTube? The title and thumbnail! Steve also suggests repurposing blog posts into YouTube content and switching up camera angles every 3-4 seconds to keep viewers engaged. And if you need help generating ideas or scripting your videos, Chat GPT using AI PRM can help. He offers tons of email marketing tips including building an email list before having something to sell and using it to get feedback from your audience. Plus he talks about how he uses SMS marketing to drive action, as he's found it to have a higher open and click-through rate than emails. Steve encourages cross-pollination of contacts across different platforms to increase the chances of reaching them, and he uses SMS marketing differently for e-commerce and content, sending offers and promotions for the former and event-related messages for the latter. But in the end, Steve's success comes down to his focus on building relationships, providing value to his audience, and staying consistent. And if you're interested in following in his footsteps and achieving financial freedom without sacrificing what matters most (who doesn't), be sure to check out Steve's book, The Family First Entrepreneur. So if you're looking to take your business to the next level, be sure to listen to this episode and take notes! Topics Steve Chou Covers How he got into online business His 3-pronged approach to growing his eCommerce store Targeting repeat customers His business portfolio How he grows his brand across multiple channels SMS marketing His email marketing strategy 'Build the list before you sell' Tips to make affiliate earnings from email How to build on YouTube How YouTube helps his business YouTube tips How he's using chatbots in his business How he optimizes his time and efforts Publishing his first book with traditional publishing The importance of taking a profit-first approach Links & Resources How To Start An Online Store And Spend More Time With Your Loved Ones - MyWifeQuitHerJob.com The Family First Entrepreneur - The Family First Entrepreneur How to Earn Your First Love Dollar – Steve Pavlina AIPRM for ChatGPT - Chrome Web Store
It seems that an intrepid consortium of impact investors, real estate developers, and the Swiss Tourism, Farming, and Dairy Products Oversight Authority have created a juggernaut heading for Jung's home in Kusnacht and his famous tower in Bollingen. The enterprise called Große Böse Wölfe Hinein Unterwäsche has announced its plans to finalize the acquisition of Jung's estate and transform it. The modernization of revered sites is familiar across the world. Saddled with mounting maintenance costs and increasing government regulation, British Estates have been repurposed as luxury hotels and sacred temples into coffee houses. Ineligible for inclusion as a UNESCO world heritage site, the Jung properties were placed in a precarious position and seemed to be headed for a similar fate. The consortium has leaked plans to position the properties within a large compound inspired by the successful Disney Adventureland highlighting fairytale motifs. While Jung himself might have delighted in bringing the archetypal themes in the Grimm's tales to life, it is hard to imagine he would have tolerated the intrusion into his sanctuary, Bollingen. Analytic psychology has long understood the role of liminal spaces that straddle two states of consciousness. One could argue that the developer's plans will likewise provide a transitional space between the quaint blend of medieval and Heimatstil Architektur of the original buildings with innovative technology and luxury hospitality. Like Jung himself, this venture suggests a battle between the Voice of the Times and the Voice of the Depths. To capture the interest of the modern collective, focused on boutique experiences, the creative team is including a luxury hotel compound, a spa centered on historic Swiss folk remedies, children's camps inspired by Jung's boyhood experiences, and an immersive virtual reality-enhanced tour based on Emilie Preiswerk's spiritualist practices. Perhaps to mollify the expected outrage, the consortium plans to support the Analytic community by digitalizing the Jung library and reproducing artifacts from the homes for sale abroad. Finally, as a bow to the Voice of the Deep, there are plans to organize a nonprofit extension of the new corporation that will fund quantitative research into the efficacy of Jungian Analysis—a long-awaited tool to protect the integrity of analysis. Holding the tension of the opposites, modernization vs. heritage, may help our community envision the transformation of the Jung properties as a kind of symbol that blends both values without diminishing either. Or we may find our memories, dreams, and reflections trampled by monetization and exploitation. Only time will tell. BECOME A DREAM INTERPRETER We've created DREAM SCHOOL to teach others how to work with their dreams. A vibrant community has constellated around this mission, and we think you'll love it. Check it out. PLEASE GIVE US A HAND Hey folks -- We need your help. Please BECOME OUR PATRON and keep This Jungian Life podcast up and running. SHARE YOUR DREAM WITH US SUBMIT YOUR DREAM HERE FOR A POSSIBLE PODCAST INTERPRETATION. FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM, LINKEDIN, TWITTER, YOUTUBE INTERESTED IN BECOMING A JUNGIAN ANALYST? Enroll in the PHILADELPHIA JUNGIAN SEMINAR and start your journey to become an analyst.
Two companies join forces to unlock the hidden potential in existing drugs to save lives suffering from rare diseases. In 2010, Dr. David Fajgenbaum, co-founder, Every Cure, was a third-year medical student when he became critically ill with Castleman disease (CD). After months of hospitalization and in critical condition, nearly dying several times, he launched an initiative to find treatments to save his life and others. Fajgenbaum and Michelle Longmire, CEO and co-founder, Medable—both physicians and entrepreneurs—team up in a new partnership to treat rare diseases by repurposing drugs that are already on the market and finding other therapeutic areas where these drugs can have an impact.
The Jim Galiano Show: Online Business Success Minus the Stress
What are some benefits of long-form content for solo entrepreneurs and how can they be implemented effectively? Long-form content is an effective marketing strategy that can help improve your SEO, generate more organic traffic to your website, and increase audience engagement. By creating different styles of articles such as listicles, how-to articles, personal stories, trend analysis, news articles, and more, you can tailor your content to suit your specific audience. Repurposing your content into videos and audio can also help extend its reach and create a multi-format experience to reach a wider audience. Various software options such as video editing tools, voice recorders, and AI-based tools can help make the content creation process more efficient and effective than ever before. In today's podcast episode, we will discuss in detail how solo entrepreneurs can benefit from long-form content creation without bogging down in the creation process. If the above sounds good to you, I think you'll really enjoy today's episode! Subscribe to The Jim Galiano Show: Help for Freelancers & Solopreneurs on Soundwise
Episode 148 of the Product Powerhouse podcast, hosted by Erin Alexander, is all about marketing strategies for small business owners in 2023. Here are the key takeaways:Repurposing and reusing content is the way to go if you want to make the most out of your limited resources.Personalization and segmentation in marketing are crucial for connecting with your target audience.Diversifying your marketing strategies is also important, so you're not putting all your eggs in one basket.Values-based marketing is becoming more popular, as consumers are more conscious about the companies they support.Improving customer experience on your website can help build customer loyalty and keep people coming back for more.This episode is packed with lots of valuable insights for small business owners looking to up their marketing game. CONNECT WITH ERIN ALEXANDER:UNFILTERED - New subscriber only podcast for $3/monthFacebook CommunityInstagramYouTubeDIY Shopify CourseProduct Powerhouse Website
CLASH OF THE TITANS - Go To moorevleeds.com to find out more Join Rob in this episode of the MONEY podcast as the roles are reversed and Rob is interviewed! Rob gives the low down on producing content, business, entrepreneurship and of course Money! He also talks about the property market right now and gives tips you can't afford to miss as we head into one of the most challenging economic times seen in history. KEY TAKEAWAYS Waking up early is the secret to getting results The school system penalises entrepreneurs rather than celebrates them People mistakenly think you need cash but what you actually need is liquidity; they aren't the same thing Mistakes can be gifts to an entrepreneur, it is where you learn the most and what you grow the most from Repurposing is one of the tricks to creating high-quality content. Plan your content so that you make one great long-form piece that you can then chop easily into smaller pieces. This will not only save you time but give the impression that you are everywhere! If you can combat your ego, you can learn invaluable things from others. BEST MOMENTS “I call you the content king, because you produce so much” “Repurposing is the secret” “Figure out what other people can't do and learn it” “I like tricky times, I like difficult times. Property is difficult when lots of people are doing it” “My wife is a brilliant sounding board…my wife is really good with people and kindness and considering others” VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ bit.ly/Robsupporter https://robmoore.com/podbooks rob.team ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK's No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Rob's official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Creator Club | Social Media Marketing & Content Creation
I record all my remote interviews with Riverside. Sign up for free recording: https://bit.ly/Riverside_Katie and use code KATIE15 for 15% off!I have been the repurposing queen for years now and I am always recommending this to other content creators, especially when they're first starting out. Most of us have heard the phrase “don't reinvent the wheel”. If not, the definition is “attempting to duplicate—most likely with inferior results—a basic method that has already previously been created or optimized by others.” In this case, “others” is… well, you. Why always start from scratch when you have perfectly good content, thoughts, and ideas that you have already generated? Today I want to dive into the importance of repurposing but also set the record straight on how you're supposed to be repurposing. Because from what I keep seeing online, most people are doing it wrong. Let's do this!Check out my YouTube channel - www.katiesteckly.com/katieVisit my shop page here for more details on all of my products.… and interested in the Creatorly Media services - check them out here!
In this episode of "Everything is Logistics," host Blythe Brumleve and guest Grace Sharkey discuss various topics related to freight and technology. They cover AI's dominating presence in the news, recent layoffs in the freight industry, and the possibility of TikTok getting banned. LINKS: Connect with Grace and scope her workThomas' AI segmentTIME STAMPS: [00:01:42] AI advancements dominating industry.[00:03:54] The marketing strategy of AI.[00:07:25] AI and Data-driven decision making.[00:12:24] Repurposing old content.[00:18:31] Revolutionizing movie-making with AI.[00:19:37] AI in content creation.[00:26:36] Layoffs in the freight industry.[00:28:35] Over hiring and job economy.[00:33:13] Layoffs in the tech industry.[00:39:20] TikTok's Chinese spyware controversy.[00:41:23] TikTok's use in China.[00:44:33] The power of technology.[00:48:28] Mindless phone usage.---------------------------------------------THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!At SPI Logistics they have industry-leading technology, systems, and back-office support to help you succeed. Learn more about SPI's freight agent program here. Make sure to let them know we sent you!Digital Dispatch helps you speak confidently about ROI with a website built for your customers, prospects, and employees. With plans starting as low as $90/month, learn how you can take your website from good to great by visiting Digital Dispatch. ---------------------------------------------ABOUT THE PODCAST: Everything is Logistics is a podcast for the thinkers in freight. Subscribe to our newsletter to never miss an episode. Follow EIL host Blythe Brumleve on social: Twitter | LinkedIn| Instagram| TikTok| YouTube
Spotify's TikTok video shorts is changing music discovery For good and has a mUSIC curator I'm already using it so it goes without saying that if TikTok gets banned this is where we're going to be. https://jacquelinejax.medium.com Spotify is always looking for ways to capture music culture and get the attention of listeners. With their latest update offering a TikTok like short form video feed in their homepage, they're making a bold move ahead of a most likely TikTok ban. Artist need to take advantage of this bold new music advertising option by uploading short form video to every track using their Spotify for artist page. Additionally they should be moving their followers from TikTok to their email list and other apps like YouTube. Repurposing all of the video from TikTok is a necessity moving forward so be sure to take a vantage of YouTube shorts, Instagram & Facebook reels and stories. Music is always changing and how we discover music is always an important thing to consider in your music marketing strategy so be sure that you're staying up-to-date. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ava-live-radio/message
When it comes to creating content, we want to make sure that our hard work is not going to waste. You may have heard of repurposing content before, but how exactly do you go about making money on YouTube by doing so? Repurposing content means taking an existing piece of content and turning it into something else. It's a great way to get maximum exposure and reach out to a wider audience. When done right, you can earn more money by using one piece of content in multiple ways. Here's how you can make money on YouTube by repurposing your content: 1. React to trending subjects to get your YouTube monetized2. Repurpose short video clips that are no longer than 1 minute and 30 seconds and upload them with interesting headlines.3. Repa the rewards. $10 per 1,000 views: 30,000 views = $300When it comes down to it, repurposing content is one of the best ways for you to maximize your earnings on YouTube. So if you want more eyes on your content—and cash in hand—then consider repurposing some of your existing material today!
The roles are reversed as Rob is interviewed to talk about all things money, producing content, business and of course, entrepreneurship! Rob Reveals: Why waking up early is the secret to getting results The trick to creating volumes of high-quality content Why the school system penalises entrepreneurs rather than celebrates them The lowdown on the property market right now Why liquidity is really what you need, NOT cash Why mistakes are gifts Also featured How to combat your ego and learn to leverage your time and business How to systemise your business How you can model Rob's work pattern How to invest your money How to raise your kids to be entrepreneurial BEST MOMENTS “I call you the content king, because you produce so much” “Repurposing is the secret” “Figure out what other people can't do and learn it” “I like tricky times, I like difficult times. Property is difficult when lots of people are doing it” “My wife is a brilliant sounding board…my wife is really good with people and kindness and considering others” VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ bit.ly/Robsupporter https://robmoore.com/podbooks rob.team ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK's No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Rob's official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.disruptive, disruptors, entreprenuer, business, social media, marketing, money, growth, scale, scale up, risk, property: http://www.robmoore.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
New Glam Gal Podcast by Judith Gaton
On this week's episode of the Style Masterclass Podcast, we're talking about shopping your closet. I want to help you create fresh outfits and fresh looks from items you ALREADY own. You'll learn: How to shop your closet Why style means something different to everyone What to do if you need help decluttering and figuring out your style Learn more at judithgaton.com/moderncharmschool.
Health Affairs Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil interviews Jennifer Kao from the UCLA Anderson School of Management on her paper published in the March 2023 issue examining drug repurposing for COVID-19 treatments during the pandemic. Order the March 2023 issue of Health Affairs.Currently, more than 70 percent of our content is freely available - and we'd like to keep it that way. With your support, we can continue to keep our digital publication Forefront and podcasts free for everyone.Subscribe: RSS | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Podcasts
During our most recent podcast episode, the lead researcher and reporter at The Business Pickle, Gillian Pereira, spoke about the importance of using business to make positive social and environmental impacts. She discussed how companies could reduce food waste globally, with three main topics: redistribution, repurposing, and applying technology. Gillian shared inspiring stories worldwide, highlighting practical solutions to food waste. She noted that customers and investors expect businesses to prioritize social and environmental responsibility, with 70% of leaders agreeing that companies are responsible for improving their impact on the world. Gillian also discussed how entrepreneurs are key drivers in creating change for good in society, emphasizing the importance of taking risks and embracing uncertainty. Additionally, she highlighted how businesses should seek ways to create genuine change and share their successes with others to create a domino effect of positive impact. Reflecting on how a company can make an impact is essential for creating positive PR stories and creating meaningful change in the world. By highlighting practical solutions to food waste, such as redistributing, repurposing and using technology, Gillian provided an inspiring insight into businesses' optimistic impact on society. Her message was clear: if we all take responsibility for our actions and strive to change the world positively, we can create a brighter future together.
Reshoring, customer success, and sustainability – just some of the topics we cover in this cornucopia of an episode with Sean Murray, VP of Customer Success at Bright Machines.Sean joins this episode of Manufacturing Happy Hour to talk about his career and his insights into the industry. We explore the concept of software-defined manufacturing, why there's such a push toward re-shoring and the benefits of flexible manufacturing. Sean shares some all-important advice for manufacturers looking to re-shore, as well as some insights into customer success and why it's a rising star in the manufacturing world. Tune in to hear Sean's perspective on the changes happening across manufacturing and to learn the secrets behind making M&Ms from his time in factory work. In this episode, find out:How Sean first became interested in manufacturing Why software-first companies are leading the wayHow software-defined manufacturing worksThe role of customer success in manufacturingWhy flexible manufacturing can boost your business and revenueWhy there's such a big push for re-shoringSean's advice for manufacturers looking at reshoring Repurposing hardware and sustainability in manufacturing Enjoying the show? Please leave us a review here. Even one sentence helps. It's feedback from Manufacturing All-Stars like you that keeps us going!Tweetable Quotes:"Manufacturers don't want to be burned again by a point solution that's hard to integrate. They need a full stack, and it has to add value. That's the shift that's happening now, and the early adopter phase is over. We're in the real product phase, which is wonderful.”“To approach manufacturing now with a customer success mindset is really just to recognize that the market has changed a bit, that there's not as many manufacturing gurus around as there used to be, and that the automation is more advanced.”“With flexible manufacturing, you can build lots of something and switch over to the next product and then the next product, which means your higher paid workers are more effective, they're utilized in a better way, and they can build higher margin products.”Links & mentions:Bright Machines, a software and robotics company focused on automation in the manufacturing industry.The Manufacturing Hub podcast, a podcast that explores manufacturing news, insights, and cutting-edge technologies to educate and inspire leaders and workers in manufacturing. Make sure to visit http://manufacturinghappyhour.com for detailed show notes and a full list of resources mentioned in this episode. Stay Innovative, Stay Thirsty.
Market research takes the guesswork out of product validity, audience, segmentation, overall positioning, and many other items that are essential for startup incumbent and established businesses. Listen in to this episode of the Integrate & Ignite Marketing Podcast with host Lori Jones and her guest Michele Linn founder of Mantis Research to learn more! And to see examples of how Michele repurposes research go to https://avocetcommunications.com/podcast
Marketing Yoga with Confidence
Let's talk repurposing content. You know what it means but maybe you're unsure about the idea overall. Will it really work? Will people know it's happening? The questions are valid but it's important to remember that people often don't even see/read/hear our content the first time so when you repurpose, you're giving them another chance to see it. To prove this, I'm sharing my student, Dominque's story about how repurposing content led to thousands of new views! Learn more at amandamckinney.com/podcast
HEALTHCARE HACKS AND CONNECTIONS
What can you do to get the word out that you have an awesome physical therapy practice or healthcare business? Are you tired of the same “surface level” content marketing suggestions that are everywhere that never really work for your healthcare business? Are you struggling to create consistent and valuable content that markets and represents your brand? In today's Healthcare Hacks and Connections episode, Nate will have a chat with Amanda Warfield, a simplicity-focused content marketing strategist, and host of Chasing Simple - a podcast to help creative entrepreneurs uncomplicate their life and business. Amanda will talk all about content, long form, short form and how to be consistent, whilst still maintaining quality. Amanda will touch on such topics as:Helping people uncomplicate their lives and businesses.Why it's important for business owners to prioritize their wellness.Goal setting + content marketing strategies to help you grow.Organizing your calendar and content planning to align your content to your goals.How to avoid throwing spaghetti at the wall with your content.Effective content repurposing strategies for 2023.Batch week ideas and why batching is so helpful.Reasons why she decided to write her book and the mindset issues of writing a book. Hack: When you're setting your goals, you must lay out your personal goals before going into your business goals. Then align your content marketing strategy with those goals. Reach out to Amanda Warfield:Social Media:Instagram: @mrsamandawarfieldTikTok: @mrsamandawarfieldFacebook: @chasingsimplePodcast: Chasing SimpleHer Book: https://amandawarfield.com/BOOKWebsite: https://amandawarfield.com/ Reach out to Me:Socials:Instagram: @thepodcast_docFacebook: www.facebook.com/nate.navas Affiliates:physiomemes.com (Discount code = Nate20)www.poddecks.com (Discount code = PODDOC)
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In today's episode, Andy answers your questions on how to repurpose negative energy into productive action toward your goals, whether your service-based business should supply customers with products you've developed, and the best way to get the attention of someone above you on the success ladder.