Recycling Your Blog Posts for Greatest Productivity
As a newspaper reporter and freelance journalist, I learned to “get the most mileage” from my interviews and research. Most of the time, a journalist has far more information than needed for the immediate story. So why not write a variety of articles/stories from it?
The same can be said for your blog posts.
*Some might act as springboards for new ones.
*Some could be revised and used again at a later date.
*You could link to them from new posts.
“Now why didn’t I think of that?” I asked myself. It makes so much sense to print off the blog posts that relate to various aspects of your business. Send them in mailings, include them in e-mails, and use them as hand-outs at your business.
(c)2008 Mary Emma AllenTags: blogging, business-blogging, home-+-biz-+-notes, home-business, Liz Fuller, Mary Allen, Mary Emma, Mary-+-Emma-+-Allen, recycling, recycling blog posts