Content Creation Made Easy!
If you create videos for your business then you have a lot of opportunities to offer more content to your readers. All you have to do is repurpose it!
All you have to do is repurpose it!
This is a super simple step-by-step process that you need to implement today! Trust me, you won’t regret it
Now, there are a few ways you can go with this and we’re going to go through them.
So, let’s say you’ve uploaded your video to Facebook or have broadcasted live on Facebook, this is what you can create with that one video.
1 Upload the Video to YouTube
Download the video from Facebook and save it to Dropbox or something similar. From there, upload it to YouTube. Then add subtitles and download the srt. file.
2 Create a Blog Post
Convert that srt. file to text. Clean it up and upload it to your site as a blog post. Create a blog post graphic in Canva and then upload it all to your website, LinkedIn or wherever you choose. Then you complete the blog syndication, which basically means sharing it everywhere and getting it out there for everyone to see.
3 Create Social Media Graphics
Using the same srt. file, extract about 20 ‘quotes’ that you can use for social media posts (20 quotes from a 15-minute video should be quite easy to do!).
Then go back to Canva and create Instagram and Facebook graphics using these quotes. You can then share your Instagram images to Twitter and Pinterest.
Top tip: when you schedule the posts to be distributed on Instagram and Facebook, use IFTTT to ensure that Instagram automatically posts to Twitter and Pinterest
4 Create Snippets
Take the video you downloaded to Dropbox and upload it to iMovie.
There you can create snippets of video. You then schedule these snippets to be pinned and shared on social media.
The main points of the video would probably be longer than the snippets, so you can edit the overall video to create a number of videos covering each one. iMovie is great for this and you could end up creating 5 or 6 videos!
Next, visit Canva and create a thumbnail image for each of the videos. You could then upload the videos to YouTube, schedule them to go out on social media, and pin them to your Pinterest board.
5 Create an Infographic
Take the main or key points from your videos and use them to create an infographic. You can then share this on social media, pin it on Pinterest, add it to your blog or send it out in a newsletter.
Top tip: If this content is worthy think of it as a content upgrade. If someone is reading your blog/infographic it means they are interested.
6 Create a Podcast
From the same video that you downloaded to Dropbox, strip the audio from the video using Music Converter.
Then upload the audio to be edited with Audacity. Now all you have to do is upload the stripped audio to iTunes for your podcast.
So that is how you do it
From one video you can do all of this in just a few, simple steps. From now on, you should never be stuck for content!
Create a video that provides value to your ideal clients or audience and work from there.