As a Content Creator I’m sure you are across how to repurpose your posts to share multiple different ways, aren’t you?
It takes a lot of time and effort to write a good solid post and then to only post it once on your website, or social media platform of choice is such a waste. It won’t be read by as many eyes, plus it might not find the write audience. So, as so many others have advised, repurposing a single blog post to be used multiple different ways is a creative and efficient use of your content. Plus it’s great for your SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) and you’ll be found by more sources which Google loves.
As an avid listener of Amy Porterfield’s podcast I loved her podcast explaining how to re-purpose a single blog post 10 different ways. You can find Amy’s Podcast #282: 10 Ways to Repurpose ONE Single Piece of Content here on google podcasts. You don’t...
The day I first came across Aeon timeline I was wrapped.
I’d been searching for a way to record all my character info. I especially wanted a way to view how the characters related to locations and then how both characters and locations related to the timeline in my story. Three (3) years on and I'm still using Aeon Timeline on a daily basis.
I use it for both my fiction writing and also for planning. Yep! That’s correct, you can also use Aeon Timeline for planning events, blogs, projects, book launches - loads of other writer and blogger stuff.
Aeon Timeline is brilliant for brainstorming fast. The process is to create an 'event' for each blog idea you have and just list them down.
Then you go through them and categorise them to suit your blog and your thought process. I use these categories:
You can create your own within Aeon Timeline to suit your own...