Writer’s block. On occasion, these two little words somehow posses the power to make me want to pull out my hair and shot-put my computer across the backyard. It’s safe to say we’ve all felt this way at one point (if not, maybe I need to talk to someone).
Many small business bloggers struggle to add content frequently enough (ideally 2-3 times per week in our opinion). While few could blame them, given the fact that online marketing and content development are often activities reserved for the “wee hours”, after a full day’s work, content marketing still has to get done.
A major mistake made by many bloggers is making blogging too difficult, largely based on the belief that every post has to be a perfectly planned, original and epic masterpiece. This just isn’t the case. Instead of making more time to blog, get more blogging done with the time you have. Easy for me to say? Read on.
What if I was to tell you there is a way to beat this headache, allowing you to let the content flow freely from your fingertips?
…repurpose existing content in a different media format, get more bang from your archives, and reach new and different audiences in the process.
The following infographic by copyblogger.com lists 22 ways to create compelling content when you just don’t know where to start.