Episode #
How to Produce 5 Pieces of Content a Day #1820
August 08, 2021

In episode #1820, Neil and Eric talk about how you can produce five pieces of content per day. Although this may sound impossible, it is a lot easier than you think, so tune in to hear it all!

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:25] Today’s topic: How to Produce 5 Pieces of Content a Day.
  • [00:30] Why we believe five pieces of content is optimal.
  • [01:05] Your content doesn’t have to be all new; you can repurpose what you have.
  • [01:50] Examples of people who recycle content.
  • [02:30] How we could repurpose this podcast.
  • [03:00] Why video is the easiest way to repurpose content. 
  • [03:43] That’s it for today!
  • [03:43] To stay updated with events and learn more about our mastermind, go to the Marketing School site for more information or call us on 310-349-3785!

 

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Repurpose House

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