The Pursuit of Online Entrepreneurship
Podcast Episode 026 – 10 Places To Share Your Content
10 Places to Share Your Content
It’s finally time to talk about something that’s not highlighted enough . . . What’s that you ask? Well, let me tell you.
If you’re like most online business owners, you’re most likely spending tons of time creating a piece of content and then only sharing it one time/ on one social media platform. If that’s the case, you’re not giving your audience enough opportunities to see your valuable original content.
You’re focusing on content creation but aren’t focusing enough on content distribution. With so much content available online these days, you need to make sure you’re doing everything you possibly can to get your content seen. So today, we’re talking about the right way to share your message—repeatedly—in all the right places.
In the past few episodes, we’ve talked a lot about content creation, best practices, tips, and strategies to repurpose that content. Today, I want to focus on making sure your audience actually sees all those valuable messages you’ve been crafting. We’re honing your content distribution strategy.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:
- THE 80/20 RULE
- LEVERAGING YOUR ORIGINAL CONTENT
- How you can drive traffic to your core piece of content, extend the life of your content, and give your audience multiple opportunities to absorb your message
- 10 PLACES TO SHARE YOUR ORIGINAL PIECE OF CONTENT
- Your Website Blog
- Your Facebook Business Page
- Yours & Other Facebook Groups
- Your Instagram
- Instagram Stories / IGTV
- Linked In
- Your Email List
- Guest Blogging
Of course, there are many more places where you can share your content. This is just a Top 10 list to get you started. The most important thing is to take into consideration where your ideal client hangs out and focus on sharing your content in those places.
If you’re concerned about sounding repetitive, don’t worry—I’ve got you covered. Just remember: You get new followers all the time who aren’t familiar with your original content. And for those who have seen it, you’ll simply be reminding them of the topic in a fresh, interesting way.
Also, stay tuned—I’m sharing one of my absolutely favorite strategies for sharing your core piece of content with your email list.
Once you’ve mastered my strategy, you’ll start to see how powerful an effect driving traffic to your one piece of core content will have on your visibility, credibility, and business.
How does that sound?
NOW IT’S YOUR TURN . . .
I hope you got a lot of today’s topic and can see the opportunity for extending the life of your original content. I know this strategy alone has been a game changer for me.
I’d love to hear from you. Scroll down to access the comments and tell me: What’s the first piece of original content you’ll be focusing on driving your traffic to?
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I thank you for showing up for me, for yourself, and for your business. I’ll see you next week! Until next time, I’m Veronica.
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