We’re writers. Writing is what we do, so content creation should be a breeze for us, shouldn’t it? Sadly, for many writers, it’s not easy at all. They struggle with it.
So I’ve updated 60-Second Content Power: Create Better Content Faster for 2015, because so many writers need it.
Here’s an excerpt, from the introduction.
The voracious Web: content has a short shelf life
Creating content should be a breeze for writers, but it’s not. This is because the online world is voracious. A Twitter tweet (a short snippet of content) is viable for around three hours, a recent study reported. After three hours, it vanishes into the cyber ether.
Blog posts are similar, with a life-span of just a couple of days.
The search engines are focused on freshness.
This means that everyone online needs to be able to create content daily, just to survive in the online environment.
In this guide, my goal is not merely to help you to create better content faster. It’s also to help you to become supremely confident – and to have fun, as you prosper. You must be able to create your own money-making websites, blogs and ebooks, ensuring that you have an ever-increasing income.
Write once, use content over and over (you can profit from content many times)
Content — of any kind — takes time and energy to write. Few writers make the most of the content they create. I’m as guilty of not doing more with my content as any one else. However, in 2015, because you need to produce a lot of content for clients, and for yourself, it’s vitally important that you focus on:
create once, use many times.
You’ll discover how to do that in 60-Second Content Power: Create Better Content Faster for 2015. As my students are doing, you can increase your income without doing more writing. Enjoy this updated version of the program. Happy creating. 🙂
60-Second Content Power: Create Better Content Faster — 2015
Your solution to content woes in 2015, no matter what you’re writing.
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