432nd Episode of the You Can Build It Call-In Talk Show
Monday, June 3, 2019
The topic for this Call-in was re-purposing of creative material to reach a broader audience on the Internet. I was joined by Nancy Lou Henderson, Diane Stephenson, J.L Callison, Tonya Heathco, and Jay Cadmus.
We discussed creating new version form existing material to capture new markets. Creating Video and Audio has proved to be successful.
Also, toward the end, I introduced the use of Google Alerts and how we can benefit through looking at content produced by others in our niches and the power of leaving comments. I am still getting traffic to some of my sites through comments place on blogs within my favorite niches over 6 years ago. Commenting on Blogs has been an interesting discussion recently on the Internet.
A couple of “Famous Blogs” quit accepting comments, claiming it wasn’t worth the time and energy. That could be true, but our experience is positive (we aren’t big and famous). The Author website has received over 20,000 comments from avid readers and bt answering most of them a strong rapport with eager readers and BOOK BUYERS has been established.
As a recap of Monday’s Call:
- Think about repurposing existing content
- Start to use Google Alerts to get Content ideas.
- Spend time commenting on those Google Alerts referral blogs that share your interest.
Listen to the Talk Show or download for later
Smart Blogger has written an informative article on the How To of commenting
Great discussion, Chuck. It’s always good when we can reuse material to create an updated post when it is relevant. It’s easier that starting from scratch every time. Thanks for hosting the call and for all your input.
Thank you for your input, Diane.
Another factor, members of our fan bases have different preferences regarding the assimilation and comprehension of content
Thank you for adding the You Can Build It talk show audios to your new webdite.
Since I am new to the ideas that have been discussed in the past, I love that you are bringing up refreshed content from the past. My thought is that if it worked then then it will work now. It might require only updating yo new social medias being involved.
I love your website and thank you for sharing my books.
God Bless You,
As always, your comments are appreciated, Nancy.
Re-purposing is good for the “elderly” as our creativity begins to wane ~~smile
The beauty of some things that we reshare is their timeless knowledge that actually works. Resharing that knowledge with younger ones, really just has to be put in their language, so they understand it. Lol
Civilization survived because of the Elder Story Tellers. Unfortunately, today, few will share and even fewer will listen.