EARTH DAY was this past weekend where we are reminded to care for Mother Earth. :-) I thought this would be a great (and just a little cheesy) opportunity to remind you of the benefits of recycling your article electrons!
What does this mean to you, the expert author? It means today is a wake up call to not let articles that you’ve got sitting on your hard drive (in electron form) go to waste! Let other humans benefit from your articles & expertise by putting a percentage of them into syndication today to attract more qualified visitors back to your website while enhancing your credibility and profile in the market as an expert.
Any time you can repackage or repurpose existing content, you’re achieving leverage!
Where to find content electrons you can recycle by submitting to our website?
* Start with your website or hard drive and review the articles you’ve already written. Take a percentage of them and submit them to us / put them to further work for you.
* Review your past FORUM or BLOG posts and turn some of them into articles.
* Review your past customer service emails, remove the private client data, and your answers to your clients most pressing problems makes for great article content!
* Check out past audio interviews you’ve made, have them transcribed and you’ll have an instant set of articles to put into syndication.
* Got old books, newsletters, ezines, ebooks, or any old print or PDF document that is out of date or not getting you a high enough return? Recycle those electrons by syndicating the articles on our site.
See the theme here yet?
Why struggle to create brand new articles when you could recycle existing content you already have?
It’s only have you have repackaged and recycled all of your existing content would you look to create new articles to syndicate…. :-)
Happy Earth Day! “Be wise, recycle your unleveraged article content and submit your best original works this week and we’ll send you oodles of qualified visitors to your website in return.”
Why let your old article electrons go to waste?