Leverage SmallBusiness Blog ContentTake a look at these 10 ways to benefit from your small business blog content repeatedly. Chitraparna Sinha
What is Content Leverage?“Content leverage is using every piece of content inmultiple ways to get the highest return on investment from each piece of content.” ~ Content Marketing Institute
Assumptions You have a small-scale business. It is run by YOU or with less than 5 employees. The business has an active blog. Content is shared online on social networks, forums etc. You have limited budget. [The 10 ways appear from next slide onwards]
Benefits Free and recurring traffic Gaining new business leads Establishing authority Creating B2B relations Natural backlinks Improved ROI
Guest Blogging Use a couple of old blog posts to create a new post for guest blogging. If the old ones were time sensitive, research and add new data. Publish on high authority and niche relevant blogs.Budget - $30 to $100 per post (if outsourced) DIY
PPT Presentation The presentation you are viewing is an example of content leveraging. You need MS PowerPoint. Create PPT and share it online via SlideShare, SlideBoom, Google Docs and others.Budget - $50 to $100 per PPT (if outsourced) DIY
Videos Avoid self-promotional videos. Create videos on your small business related concepts and share them via platforms like YouTube, Daily Motion and others.Budget - $20 to $70 per video (better to get professional service)
Create PDF Take a bunch of related blog posts. Edit them. Create a PDF file on that topic. Upload on free file sharing sites.Budget - DIY
Create eBook This is an extension of the „PDF‟ concept. Use blog posts and research work to create an eBook. Keep it between 30-50 pages. Use upsell. Either give it for free on your blog in exchange of name & email id (list building) or upload on eBook sharing sites or sell on Amazon.Budget: Could be a mixture of DIY and professional eBookdevelopment. Estimate budget is around $100.
Infographic Graphically represent blog posts via an Infographic. Really awesome for concept-based information sharing. You can share them repeatedly on social media, webinars, get bloggers to embed them on their blogs etc.Budget: $100 to $300 per Infographic Don‟t DIY unless very sure. DIY tools – Visual.ly, Easel.ly
Newsletter Some bloggers „rent‟ out their huge email list to business owners for paid advertisement, known as „solo ads‟. Contact some solo ad providers (use Warrior Forum) and schedule a release. Either use old blog posts or create a new sales pitch.Budget: $100 to $250 (depends on estimated clicks)
Facebook Notes Republish few blog posts via FB Notes. Keep sharing. Don‟t forget to credit original source.Budget: $0
Article Directories Rewrite old blog posts and submit with article directories. Google for a directory lists.Budget: $150 for a batch of 30 posts Get submission package deals
Webinar Not exactly leveraging blog content per se but works excellently to communicate with readers. Host webinars once a month, record and upload on video sharing sites.Budget: DIY
About AuthorI am a freelancing consultant,blog content manager, bloggerand content strategist, apublished Amazon editor andsocial media geek.Find me on – Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ ~ Chitraparna Sinha
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