Your deadline is looming but you’ve no idea what to write about. You’ve run out of ideas. You’ve written everything interesting there is to write about your niche. But since your deadline is fast approaching, what can you do?
If you run an e-commerce site, you’re always trying to boost your sale. If you can increase your conversion rate, you can boost sales without spending a single penny on extra marketing.
One of the most common marketing advice is, write less, promote more. Just publishing article after article won’t help you. You need to get your content in front of people. One of the easiest ways to get your content in front of more people is to repurpose your content for various platforms.
You may think that you are already getting decent amount traffic, so you don’t have to worry about repurposing content. But if you aren’t repurposing content, you aren’t fulfilling your content marketing potential. There are other websites where your ideal visitors hang out and you can reach them without creating content from scratch.
Everyone can write. But very few can write well. To help you become a better writer, I’ve put together some useful wisdom and advice from 20 masters of the craft.
English novelist Anthony Trollope was infamously productive. All his notepad was indexed to indicate intervals of 250 words. He would try to write 250 words per 15 minutes. If at the end of 15 minutes he had failed to reach one of those little marks on his page, he would try to write faster.
Most of us aren’t a machine like Trollope. Writing is a slow work for us.
How many articles have you written in the past three months? Are you satisfied with that amount? Most marketers aren’t. Survey after survey shows that consistently creating content is most marketers biggest challenge.