5 Genius Ways To Diversify the Content of Your Blog Posts

The laptop is on the blue table.

You’re racking your brains to find the trending topics to feed your blog this week. However, creating new content isn’t always easy. The good news is that you can reuse content that’s just as effective and creative to drive readers to your blog. Here are 5 genius ways that will allow you to reach more audience without putting too much strain on your neurons:

  1. Create a podcast
  2. Make a video
  3. Create a PowerPoint presentation
  4. Answer a question on a forum or FAQ site
  5. Publish an article on Facebook or LinkedIn

1. Create a podcast

Podcasting is a big hit with an audience in the age group of 18 to 37. According to a study, listening statistics have increased by 300% in the past 5 years. So podcasting is a great potential platform for your content.

To convert your article into a podcast, you have two options. You can get good-quality audio recording equipment and then read your articles aloud while recording yourself. Each article can represent an episode of your podcast, or you can group a few that touch on the same theme into a single episode. You can then register your podcast on different sites such as Google Podcasts or Spotify.

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2. Create a video

If we can listen to your content through a podcast, you only have one step to go before we can watch it! Don’t worry; you don’t always have to show off. The simplest technique is as follows:

Create a YouTube Channel

In video editing software (Windows Movie Maker, Camtasia, iMovie, etc.), open the previously recorded audio file, then select a background image or animation to accompany it
Export the file in video format compatible with YouTube (MOV, MP4, AVI, WMV, etc.)
Upload the video file to your YouTube channel

A second option is available to you if you like being in front of the camera. With a tripod and a smartphone with a good camera, you can film yourself talking about the subject of your article

YouTube Channel Cover Image

3. Put together a PowerPoint presentation

Yes, PowerPoint is still relevant. Some topics lend themselves particularly well to this format, including those that aim to teach a particular subject or technique. The go-to platform for sharing these presentations is SlideShare. Slideshare offers free online courses and slideshows on a wide range of topics. Why not add yours?

We recommend short slideshows, full of quality images and not too verbose. Take one of your blog posts, and then cut it into slides, taking care to put only one idea per slide. You can also use simple animations to captivate the audience.

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4. Answer a question on a forum or FAQ site

If your blog posts are well thought out, they answer at least one question people have. These questions are often listed on sites or forums. Sites like Quora or Medium list questions on a variety of topics. You can try to find forums that are specific to your field — this is a great way to make yourself known in your community or to your target audience.

When you find a question answered by one of your articles, you can simply copy and paste your article as the answer, taking care to indicate that the content comes originally from your blog, whose address you specify at the bottom of the page.

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5. Publish an article on Facebook or LinkedIn

You probably already share your blog posts on your Facebook business page and LinkedIn account. Did you know that these two social networks also have their article publishing platform? They are quite simple but offer functions similar to those of blogs, such as adding photos or embedding videos.

Facebook post layout

As for Facebook, although its algorithm changes often, it is reported to favour articles over other types of content. Publishing your full article directly on Facebook is therefore a good way to increase the visibility of your professional page.

Conclusion – Diversify your blog posts

In short, do not be afraid to diversify your content in all possible ways. Some people aren’t inclined to read blog posts, so it’s an audience you “lose” when you don’t diversify your content formats. Quality and relevant content deserve to be shared with as many people as possible. You will only gain visibility, so spread the good news generously!

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Jim Frost is an experienced content writer with a decade-long experience in helping businesses grow. He has written multiple articles on topics such as business, finance, technology, marketing, and more.

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