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  • Let us simplify your workday!Content repurposingby Sarah Santacroce Page | 1Content is king! That’s nothing new. In order to gain online visibility you have to create content.Every Online Marketer will recommend you create a blog and submit regular blog posts.But that’s just the start. Since you have already invested the time in writing these blog posts,why not use that content and distribute it on other online channels? This tactic has numerousbenefits, here are just a few: brings traffic to your website creates back links (SEO) shows your expertise increases your audience outreachTo give you an example, let me tell you what I do after I have submitted a new blog post whichI think is worth distributing on other channels 1. Submit it on Ezinearticles Ezinearticles is by far the best article bank out there. It is a great option to increase your SEO, since it lets you create an author “resource box”, basically a short bio, with clickable links to your website. You will have to tweak your post a bit, since Ezinearticles does only allow a certain number of the same keywords and no links above the fold. 2. Submit it to Scribd and Slideshare After you have created a nice, clean pdf document (don’t forget to add your company details in the footer) you can upload it to different content sharing sites such as Scribd and Slideshare. I like those two because they are easy to use, and Slideshare can be linked to Linkedin so you can display your documents on your profile. Sarah Santacroce Simplicity Admin Solutions 022 534 9294 (EU), 714 656 2324 (US)
  • Let us simplify your workday! If you create a series of articles, you can even create a small e-book and offer it for free on your website in order to build your list. Zinepal is one of the tools that simplifies that process for you. 3. Create an Autoresponder for your e-mail marketing list Page | 2 Sometimes, but not for each and every blog post, I let my subscribers know that I’ve just posted a new article or even send it to them in a pdf document. And here is what I don’t do, but know I should be doing :-) 4. Translate your content into another language If you work in a multilingual country like me, it also makes sense to translate your content into the other national language. Of course this costs either time or money, depending on whether you do it yourself or outsource it. That’s the reason why I usually just leave my content in English. But if you have the budget, a translation definitely makes sense since you increase your audience tremendously. 5. Create videos and submit them to Youtube or Tubemogul. If you are not camera shy, videos are definitely the way to go. Youtube is highly ranked in Google and video content really increases your chances of showing up on the first two pages. ***Swiss national, Sarah Santacroce runs Simplicity Admin Solutions, a virtual assistance business working with small businesses and individual entrepreneurs to help them dedicate their precious time to their core business. Simplicity Admin Solutions offers tailor made virtual administrative solutions, Internet and Social Media marketing support and much more at All services are available in English, German and French. Let’s connect: Sarah Santacroce Simplicity Admin Solutions 022 534 9294 (EU), 714 656 2324 (US)