How’s it going? I’m having a bit of an internal hassle today, and I think it’s about something silly, despite what I tell myself and everyone else about it.
Anyway, let’s get to it.
I’m posting more regularly to LinkedIn, and for some reason or other, I’m trying rather hard to come up with new content. Is that bad?
But based on what I’ve already done, it’s almost totally unnecessary.
I have over 500 posts here that I can take things out of that apply to business, or to marketing in general, and put it on there, for sure. (Even WordPress will only show something like 10 or 20 posts on the front page–leaving 500-ish that no one sees unless they search or dig).
There’s no problem with repurposing content–or at least reforming it for a new audience. I’ve already said something once…it’s just that someone probably hasn’t heard me say it, or doesn’t know I’ve said it.
I’m sure you have content you can do the same for, too.
You get maximum exposure while cutting down on your workload (doesn’t work so well for fiction, unless the markets match, and you’ve retained a lot of the publishing rights–but for blog posts, email stories, subject lines, or what-have-ya, this works great).
Because I’m 99% sure that people who follow Fiction and Copy Decoded don’t also follow me on LinkedIn, Twitter, or Facebook.
Until next time,