Creating Content, But not creating it.

Whether you’re an educator with a blog, a traveler with a vlog, or a business owner with a website, there are times when you need to create content. Express your thoughts, communicate your message, and impact your audience.

However, you don’t have to always create.

Creation is energy-intensive. It can be exhausting (usually after, not during the process). It’s definitely time-consuming.

That’s when recycling comes into play.

What is content recycling?

Repurposing content (also known as “content recycling”) is the practice of reusing all or elements of existing content in order to expand that content’s reach. Credit: Backlinko

I just published a lengthy article sharing 16 creative ways to repurpose content. It’s one of the smart ways to maximize your impact while minimizing your energy output.

Repurposing Existing Content to Maximize Impact

If you’d like to explore the many ways or reusing content, check out the full article now.