Online visibility is important when you have an online business. One of the best ways to maximize this visibility is to use the power of repurposing your content. When you have a clear message that represents the type of work you do for your clients, it’s so important to write content that conveys this information.
For example, if you have a specific framework you follow, you should be writing content that speaks specifically to that framework. Write a piece for each portion of your framework.
When it comes to repurposing your content, here’s a visual example of what I mean:
For every business the repurposing plan will look different. But this visual shows you the potential of just how much you can expand your online visibility.
Your Current Online Visibility Ranking puts you at the
What does that mean?
Seedlings are doing some things really great, but they need to add some fertilizer in order to really see things grow.
One of the best ways to do this would be to use the power of Pinterest. There’s a myth out there that Pinterest is just for foodies, bloggers and DIY projects. And yes, it is used that way, but it’s also so much more. Pinterest is actually the 3rd largest search engine, right behind Google and YouTube. Many service providers have recognized this and are already taking full advantage of this visual search engine. By implementing a Pinterest strategy to repurpose your content, you will experience increased audience reach. To help you get started with Pinterest, check out my Pin2Win training right HERE.
Hi! I’m Linda Barutha
A marketing strategist that shows people how to harness the power of Pinterest and SEO to leverage their time, increase their reach and have it all set up on autopilot.
My business journey has included features in Authority Magazine, Thrive Global and the popular Systems Saved Me Podcast.
When I’m not held up in my Wisconsin guest-room-turned-office, I’m creating artwork or reading a vampire romance novel while sipping iced tea.
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