21 Ways to Create Compelling Content When You Don’t Have a Clue (Infographic)

 

Courtesy of Copyblogger, this infographic demonstrates how to repurpose existing content in a different media format, get more bang from your archives, and reach new and different audiences in the process.

The graphic is based on 21 Ways to Create Compelling Content When You Don’t Have a Clue by Copyblogger guest writer Danny Iny. Copyblogger re-imagined the way to present these content-creation tips, while adding a meta-fabulous #22 (you’ll see why). Enjoy!

Courtesy of April Neill Public Relations, a boutique PR firm serving small businesses and non-profits in Chicagoland. April Neill PR offers FREE 30 minute phone and in-person consultations. For more information, visit AprilNeillPR.com, call 815.651.0656 or email info@AprilNeillPR.com.

22 Ways to Create Compelling Content - Infographic
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Author: April Neill

Visionary entrepreneur and PR professional with 20 years’ experience developing and executing all aspects of traditional and digital PR campaigns to increase brand recognition and media exposure and supporting strategic marketing initiatives. Founder/Principal Consultant of Plainfield, Illinois based PR Consulting firm April Neill Public Relations and AgapeDigital Communications. As the CEO and Founder of April Neill Public Relations & AgapeDigital, I'm passionate about helping small Christian businesses and non-profits realize their full potential and about helping them tell their brand story! Our services include press releases, effective pitching, copy writing, content marketing & strategy, brand journalism, SEO PR, blogging, email marketing and online brand building.

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