Content is king in SEO, but keeping content fresh and exciting for site visitors – and readily searchable by the search engines – is challenging because continually generating new content is both costly and time-consuming. Is there an alternative? In this video, content marketing maven Laura Busche introduces content repurposing as a method for staying ahead of the “we-need-more-content-now” machine. Along the way, you’ll learn what content re-purposing is and why it’s important; become aware of some legal cautions to consider when setting up a content repurposing effort; and get a close look at seven specific ways to repurpose your content.
Discover what content repurposing means, why you should do it, and how you can do it
Learn to transform a blog post to an infographic and an infographic to a video
See how you can turn a video into a blog post or a set of social media graphics
Explore ways to change Ebooks into social graphics and blog posts into GIFs or presentations
Understand the intellectual property, licensing, and contract concerns inherent in repurposing
Laura Busche, director of content strategy at Creative Market and co-founder of the interactive agency Ozone Labs, has been working in content marketing, branding, social media, and on-line marketing since 2008. She authored the O'Reilly title "Lean Branding"; contributes regularly to Smashing Magazine andSitepoint; and is a member of the Global Shaper program at the World Economic Forum. She holds a business degree from American University and a M.A. in design management from the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Laura Busche (@laurabusche) is the author of the Lean Branding book from O'Reilly Media and heads content strategy at Creative Market — an Autodesk company.
She earned a summa cum laude degree in Business Administration from American University in Washington DC, a Master of Arts in Design Management from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), and is currently completing a doctoral degree in Consumer Psychology. The World Economic Forum invited Laura to join the Global Shapers community of young people changing the world. She has grown passionate about content marketing from working at Groupon, National Geographic, mentoring hundreds of startups for Colombia’s IT Ministry, and co-founding her own digital agency (www. ozonegroup.co).
Laura is also a regular contributor at Smashing Magazine, Sitepoint, Invision, and Canva’s Design School.