Of the Sakamoto Mantras, “One and Done” is my best time-saving one. Of course the premise that we invest the proper amount of time initially to create something up to our “Quality Standards” is paramount and by doing so we have something more-or-less timeless that should be utilized = Many times = Pass it on and Share = Post it on Social Media. So, What is your Social Media Blogging strategy?
Remember what we stated in the last article “Feeding the Content Monster“. The amount of quality content that you create will be far less than the social media content that you’ll share that creates a need for more content curation.
Creating Content is one of the largest challenges that business owners will have to Own. Many of us (Business Owners), start our with a Burst of Energy and focus on creating quality content (time-consuming) and not "volumes of content", getting the most out of your content creation efforts will be important and efficient (a la Tim Ferriss).
Creating new, quality content is a big investment of time, resources and sometimes even your budget. I know, I’ve been providing content to three different Websites, so it’s important to make sure you get the most mileage you possibly can from your content.
Don’t forget, the content you already created has lots of “Life” left and opportunities for additional uses.
Here are 4 simple ideas you might consider to get more mileage from your hard-earned content: