Once you're in the habit and creating awesome, compelling content, then what? How do you get your content amplified across the web and in front of potential new clients without doing a lot of extra time-consuming work?
Following is a guest post by my colleague, Dr. Rachna Jain, co-presenter for From Platform to Profit.
Content syndication is one of the missing pieces in most small business owners’ marketing blueprints. This, I believe, is because many people don’t know what content syndication is, how to do it, or why it even matters.
- It puts you in front of new people who might become clients. When you share your content consistently and strategically in social media, you will likely attract new potential clients.
- It’s a way of creating leverage in your business. You can use technology to put you in front of hundreds or thousands of people much more quickly and inexpensively than it would take you to meet with each of those people individually.
- It builds your expert status. When people keep seeing and hearing about you everywhere, they naturally begin to view you as an authority. This, in turn, can create more opportunities for you in your business.
So if you’re not yet utilizing content syndication as a regular part of your business, it’s time to give this serious consideration. And if you’d like some help getting started, please join Denise Wakeman and me for our new training: From Platform to Profit.
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About the Author: Dr. Rachna Jain is the founder of Profitable Popularity. Rachna works with speakers, consultants, authors, and small business owners to develop and execute effective social media marketing strategies. Her proprietary persuasive social media process (sm) focuses on building influence, credibility and visibility online. This translates into greater recognition, increased website traffic, faster lead generation, a shorter sales cycle, and more opportunity for her expert clientele. She blogs regularly at Profitable Popularity.