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70 Ways to Repurpose Your Blog Content

Here are 70 ways you can repurpose your blog content, so you can make your effort go further across so many more channels.

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This is my super-special list of 70 ways to repurpose your blog content to not only save you time, but also to help you drive your point home and spread it across several learning and social mediums.

Ready for this little gem? Here we go!

  1. Create a special download report
  2. Create an autoresponder series
  3. Develop pinnable graphics of an old blog post
  4. Create a product around it
  5. Develop a newsletter and focus on that subject
  6. Create audio content and go more in-depth
  7. Make a YouTube video
  8. Do a Facebook live segment
  9. Broadcast it on Periscope
  10. Make an Instagram post and mention your blog
  11. Create a Facebook long post
  12. Share the article on Facebook Groups and put a personal spin on it and how it worked for you
  13. Make a tweet series and schedule it on your automation software to make sure your audience has an opportunity to see it
  14. Throw it up on Pinterest
  15. Send it to your tribes and ask them to sound in
  16. Make a PDF downloadable
  17. Create a content upgrade
  18. Make a webinar off of the subject
  19. Create an eCourse
  20. Make a podcast
  21. Develop it into a complete system so you can teach others
  22. Create individual lectures as content upgrades
  23. Develop a blog series around it and go more in-depth
  24. Create an infographic
  25. Ask for feedback and testimonials so you can add to it
  26. Create a giveaway – if it’s an older course give it away for free if there’s a relationship to it
  27. Create a bundle of courses
  28. Develop a transcription of videos (Speechpad is a good one) if your content is mostly video
  29. Make an eBook to download by deepening the topic
  30. Create an even more in-depth post and link back to your original one
  31. Use the post to validate whether a course can be written – gain input from your audience on interest level
  32. Make an introduction to promote the post or newsletter
  33. Do an expert roundup
  34. Create a surprise discovery post and link back to your original post, creating excitement
  35. Develop a Q&A around the post
  36. Fill the curiosity gap with more in-depth information
  37. Identify some of the negatives and provide solutions
  38. Develop a “how to” series around it
  39. Focus on the numbers – create a numbers-related post and re-link to your original post
  40. Provide an audience reference
  41. Focus on specificity (the quality of belonging or relating uniquely to a particular subject) – be specific and not in any way vague with a new set of information
  42. If it’s transcript-related, create written content around it
  43. Do a Vizia
  44. Recycle your tweets on the original post when you first put it out, and pull up other ones that got high response on the same subject
  45. Install Click-to-Tweet so viewers can share pieces with their own audience
  46. Use BoardBooster to loop it and put a scheduling campaign together
  47. Post it on LinkedIn and share it with your groups and audience there with a more business-minded approach.
  48. Share it on Google+ and with your communities there and input a paragraph or two of how your content has impacted your blog or business
  49. Quote yourself – create a social media quote post based on your blog content
  50. Create a keynote presentation
  51. Develop a case study from client success stories
  52. Create personal checklists around it
  53. Develop an autoresponder series for people that sign up for your blog subscription based on that article
  54. Take an email share and turn it into a permanent article (great for testimonial work)
  55. Do a refresh and update an old post
  56. Has technology changed? Does a provider no longer offer a feature? Update your old posts by checking in with products/apps you’ve recommended
  57. Provide snippets of content to affiliates and check in
  58. Repurpose by providing your own glossary
  59. Develop a workbook
  60. Make a printable pattern or DIY around it
  61. Refer related, older posts by giving them new light
  62. Group a bunch of podcasts together
  63. Create tip images and embed them into your site and posts
  64. Make a Slideshare presentation
  65. Create a framework graphic
  66. Make ANOTHER blog post with a new spin
  67. Develop a syndication
  68. Create an opportunity for guest posts related to it
  69. Create a list of key points and separate posts
  70. Write a full-blown book on the subject

So there’s your list – I’m pretty sure I could call it the “ultimate list” but I think the word “ultimate” is overused to death. So let’s just call this the 70 Ways to Repurpose Your Blog Content post and make sure you either print it or save it in your browser should you ever get stuck with writing and need a little bit of inspiration.

Here you go. Now that you’ve learned all the different ways you can repurpose your blog content, it’s time to get to work!

Happy creating, my friends!

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