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My colleague, Kelly McCausey, is once again having her Stretch Yourself Challenge workshop in October. This is a 30-day content marketing challenge with the goal of making your comfort zone a faint memory and your next goal a reality! Each project is set out in a step-by-step fashion.

What will you do in this challenge?

  1. You’ll create and/or re-purpose content.
  2. Engage your market through social media
  3. You’ll step up to embrace your place as a thought leader in your community, partially through Kelly’s daily intimidation crushers.
  4. And so much more

The regular price for this workshop is $97 but you can save 50% if you use coupon code: EarlyForOct

Check it out now before the discount for early registration goes away. It’s only $48.50 with the above code.

==> Stretch Yourself Challenge Workshop

To Your Success,

Suzanne

 

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Transcription – A Solution to New Content

Create new content with transcription. Here are some ideas I think you’ll find helpful:

1. Transcribe case studies and testimonials to use on your Facebook page and other marketing products.

2. Dictate work processes to instruct your assistants and/or affiliates and then have it transcribed for their use.

3. If you have recorded lectures, podcasts, hangouts, and/or public speaking engagements, you can easily create articles, reports, ebooks, ecourses, and instructional materials from them. You could even create an instructional course and sell it on udemy.com.

4. If you produce seminars, teleseminars or webinars, you can create content from the Q&A time to use on your website (FAQ). You could also take photos of you making a presentation and put it on one of your Pinterest boards.

5. Any video product or software demonstration can be transcribed into a review post for your blog or a how-to paper.

6. Create ebooks from webinars to sell or as freemiums on your web site to build your email list. Self-publish and sell physical print books, DVDs, CDs, video downloads, and MP3s on-demand on Amazon.com using CreateSpace.

7. Go global! Translate your content into other languages.

8. A slideshow can be created by transcribing an event and then publishing it on Slideshare.net.

If you need help with your transcription, contact me at sue@wordprocessingplus.com – I’d be happy to help.

To Your SUCCESS,

Suzanne

P.S. If you’re having trouble deciding what to focus on next in your business, check out for FREE The Power of a Focused Business.

P.P.S. Outsource and reuse what you already have to get more customers–sticky content. 

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