The Art of Repurposing Content

After posting about my ability to create 9 pieces of content in 90 minutes, I received a lot of questions. One of them was; “Do you use the same content on different social media platforms”? The answer to that question is “it depends”.

Each social media platform operates differently. There are different rules in regard to the number of characters and the size of the photo that’s allowed on the platform. These rules are important to keep in mind when cross-posting to different social media platforms.

The art of repurposing content

The key is to know what the rules are ahead of time and applying them correctly in order to cross-post between platforms. In addition, it’s super important to create a system so cross-posting becomes a no brainer. Without such a system, I would never be able to create so much content in 90 minutes.

Content Multiplier System

I’m about to teach exactly how I create 9 content in 90 minutes in a masterclass which will be announced next week. The cost will be $19. If you want to make sure you don’t miss out on this masterclass, PM/DM me on social media @heysheedia. You can also send an email to [email protected]


Covered in this video:

  • Should you use the same content on multiple social media platforms?
  • How to safely repurpose content
  • The importance of creating a system


Written by Sheedia Jansen

Hey, I’m Sheedia. A business coach helping lady coaches drop the struggle + own their gifts to easily pursue 5-figure months.

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