Save time and maximize visibility by tracking & recycling your writing and digital content

Posted February 12th @ 4:53 pm by Roger C. ParkerPrint

dashboard-mapFriday’s upcoming event calendar for authors

Authors and business owners can learn how to save time and maximize their visibility by manage and re-purposing new and existing content and digital content during a free teleclass next week, an Author Guide to Content Management.

By attending, you can learn a simple and effective 3-step strategy to help you track and recycle digital content. Attendees will also receive a note-taking sheet and sample content tracking worksheet, plus mind map examples to study.

Let’s face it; after you write as few as 20 or 25 blog posts or articles, it becomes difficult and time consuming for you to keep track of them and know exactly what you’ve already written.

The purpose of this upcoming call is to show listeners a simple way to organize this content, and the different ways to take advantage of them.

Details

Here are some of the topics that will be discussed during this call:

  • Why it’s important to organize digital content
  • How to gain more marketing exposure by re-purposing posts and articles
  • Recommended tools to use
  • Save time writing new content
  • Best ways to recycle content
  • And much, much more…

An Author Guide to Content Management takes place Tuesday, February 16th at 4:00 PM EST. All Published & Profitable friends and members are invited to attend.

How to attend an Author Guide to Content Management

Discover how to save time and maximize your visibility by tracking and recycling your writing and digital content. Learn how tocreate a synergy between what you write for your book and what you write for your marketing. Authors and business professionals, can profit, from the content organization strategies & tips I’ll be sharing Tuesday, February 16, at 4:00 PM EST.  To take part, call 218-486-1616 and enter PIN 513391# You’re invited to participate and ask questions about your specific content management goals.

2 Comments

  1. sázky
    February 14, 2010

    great post,super idea,help a lot,thanks

  2. Roger C. Parker
    February 14, 2010

    Thank you for taking the time to comment!

    Do you have any suggestions for tracking your content?

    Best wishes–Roger

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