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Hey all,

 

Thought I'd share my latest blog post. It's very brief and illustrates 15 pieces of content you can create. http://markofapproval.com/15-proven-content-types/

 

Content creation is king in the eyes of the web these days. It also builds up trust and credibility and makes it easier for people to make a decision to hire you.

 

Some pieces include:

 

  • Blog posts
  • (E)books
  • Step by step Guides
  • Infographics
  • Kits

 

Please also note that you can repurpose one piece of content into another.

 

Please feel free to ask for more information on the individual content pieces. For example, a kit is like a toolkit. It could have a step by step guide with code snippets for WordPress and a plugin resource list.

 

You can also use PLR to help extract ideas. I'm actually starting a 30 day content creation challenge to teach people how to write content faster, more accurately with more pizzazz.

 

Remember, a website is nothing without good content.

 

 

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A very good article to know about the type of content. I guess now Text Content as well as the video content are equally popular, we are doing good with text content now will look after on video content.

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Awesome Mark, I just joined your 30 day challenge at your blog post. It takes me a long time to write an article and I'm a firm believer in repurposing that article, however I can ie) taking main points out and tweeting/posting on my social networks. I typically first use the article in my newsletter and many times will then make it into a blog post. If I get enough blog posts on a specific topic then they then get repurposed into an ebook ;)

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Hey guys, thanks for appreciating.

 

@Tawnya, I love repurposing too. Here are some ideas for extracting points.

 

Ways you can organise your knowledge ...
Tips
Ideas
Steps
Must haves
Warnings
Common mistakes
Goals
Problems
Factors
Objectives
Objections
Let's say you wrote an article on how to become a virtual assistant. You might have found you mentioned 3 pieces of software they must have within the article. You can then repurpose into another blog that says "The 3 must have pieces of software every virtual assistant needs in order to say profitable". Then you can send 4 tweets giving 1 must have at a time to link to it.

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Another method I use is frameworks and outlines. Frameworks are like blueprints and outlines make the blueprint a little more concrete.

Thanks Mark for mentioning it here.

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