Practical Repurposing Tips – Build a Strong Web Presence With Article Content Repurposing

I’ve got really good news for you in this article, whether you are just starting out beginner or a seasoned veteran. You don’t have to be found all over the internet to be successful.

The challenging news is that you do need to be found all over your niche. So you could throw up a website and pay Google lots of money to send traffic there and hope people visit your website.

I mean, you could do that.

A formula for a strong web presence

Or you could follow this formula:

Articles + Repurposed Article Content = Strong Web Presence (A + RAC = SWP)

Here’s how it works:

1) Create 25 articles around a particular topic in your niche – If you are saying to yourself “I could never do that, 25 articles is too many!” then just thank that little voice for the input and then tell it to shut up, because you will be busy creating your articles.

2) Submit these articles to the Article Directories – You will get back links from the directories back to you web sites. People will read your content on the directories and will use it in their own web sites, blogs and newsletters.

3) Repurpose your article content – Article Content Repurposing is just a fancy way of saying repackage the content of your articles and use it in other places on the internet. Here’s just a sampling of a few of the ways you can repurpose your article content:

  • Blog Post
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Video Articles
  • TeleSeminar
  • Webinar
  • Squidoo Lens
  • Hub Pages

When you do this with each article you are quickly creating your own “real estate” on the internet and you will begin to be found all over your niche, and there is your strong web presence.4) Rinse and repeat – Here is such a simple and powerful tip that I don’t know why more people do not follow it:

When you find something that works really well, do it over and over again


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