3 Dirty Little Secrets for Fast Content Creation

By now, I’m sure you’ve heard it before. Content is king! You absolutely have to have Dirty Little Secrets for FAST CONTENT CREATIONquality content, not only to attract and engage your dream customers, but also to perform higher in search engine results for your targeted keywords and phrases. This content can be blogs, social media posts, articles, video or even books and eBooks.

Let’s face the facts – most aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners have very little time nor energy to create quality content on a consistent basis. How then do you create a content schedule that will allow you to take advantage of content creation without spending a whole lot of time trying to create content? No worries! We’re revealing our top 3 dirty little secrets for fast content creation.

Our Dirty Little Secrets for Fast Content Creation

  1. Reuse content. This is the golden rule of fast content creation. You don’t have to reinvent the wheel every time. Take something you have already created and put a different spin on it. You do the real work one time, then transform that one piece of content into multiple different new pieces. At Building Bridges Consulting, we do this all the time! We write a Facebook post that gets high levels of interest and engagement. Then that Facebook post gets expounded on and becomes a blog post. That blog post might garner additional interest from other websites who will request that this same blog post be revised and published on their own sites for their audiences. If you ever attend any of our live training and networking events, you may hear our CEO, Coach Niquenya speak about the same content. One time creation, multiple formats and delivery methods!
  2. Use PLR. PLR stands for Private Label Rights. This method allows for super fast content creation because you don’t even have to come up with any of the material on your own. PLR refers to articles, eBooks and even full-length books that have already been researched and written by authors who are willing to share this content through special licensing with publishers who can then call the works their own. Although the content is written for you, a best practice is to make sure that the PLR comes from a reputable sources and is truthful in its research and conclusions. You should also put your own special spin on the material and revise it to read like your voice. Using PLR is a great way to develop a quick lead generator for your mailing list!
  3. Outsource. If you really don’t have time to create your own content, why not have someone else write it for you? Hire guest bloggers, ghost writers and other freelancers who specialize in fast content creation. Seek out content creators who are reputable, easy to work with and who are experts in the topics relevant to your niche and target market. You can utilize websites such as Fiverr and Upwork to find freelancers willing to write on your behalf. Outsourcing is something we stress as a must-do to our JumpStart members who are seeking to build their businesses to profitability as fast as possible.

Easy, right? You can become a master of super fast content creation when you incorporate one or more of the above strategies. Just remember above all else that your content should always be relevant, quality and engaging to your target market and niche.

Have you used any of these strategies to create quality content quickly? Do you have any other fast content creation methods that you would like to share? Please tell us in the comments below and if you found this post valuable, please do post it to your networks.

 

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