Content Marketing: 7 tips for content repurposing – MarketingSherpa Blog

Content Marketing

“The Web expects you to generate a lot of content,” said Muhammad Yasin, Director of Marketing, HCC Medical Insurance Services.

“It expects you to generate regularly, with … quality content and to generate it prolifically while you are at it,” he concluded.

Repurposing has been a useful solution to this constant demand for Muhammad, and many marketers are searching for a consistent plan for repurposing that will relieve both time and budget.

In fact, this post is a bit of repurposing magic – Muhammad and I spoke recently for the case study, “Content Marketing: Interactive infographic blog post generates 3.9 million views for small insurance company.”

I realized that he had a lot of knowledge to share about repurposing, but it wouldn’t fit into the case study. Ta-da – a new blog post is born, filled with seven tips to help you with your own content repurposing.



Related posts:

  1. Content Marketing 101 – Essential Questions & Answers – TopRank Online Marketing Blog Content Marketing Best Practices “If you’re new to implementing content marketing as...
  2. How to Get Started with Benchmarking for Content Marketing – Content Marketing Inst.  Content Marketing Best Practices Most B2B marketers I know have a hard...
  3. Wake Up Those Cold Sales Leads – A MarketingSherpa Case Study Cold Lead Nurturing Program Boosts Sales Case studies provide great templates for...
  4. Lead Nurturing: 5 tips for creating relevant content – Marketing Sherpa B2B Prospect Development and Lead Qualification “Attempting lead nurturing without strong content...
  5. Create Engaging Content for Any Industry, Even “Boring” Ones – Content Marketing Inst.  Inbound Marketing Strategies for B2B Companies Firms that are growing the fastest...

This entry was posted in Sales Leaders Blog, Sales Messages & Value Propositions. Bookmark the permalink.


Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>