Content Repurposing Challenge – Day 4

Now that you have your checklist created it is time to add it onto your site. Remember, even though you have repuposed this from an old blog post it is still a new piece of content. This means that you can use it as a follow up to your original blog post, or as a separate post entirely. The choice is yours. Either way you will start by copying your checklist and pasting it into your blog post. Then you will format everything and add a link to your checklist at the bottom of the page.


Why Add a Downloadable Version of Your Checklist?

This allows your readers to have something that they can print and take with them. They can put it on their office wall or add it to their Daily Operations folder, it doesn’t really matter. What does matter is that your downloadable sheet is a new piece of content that you will always have available to help your readers. And even better, you will be able to help your readers while you are consistently promoting yourself and your message.

Things to Keep in Mind

When you copy your checklist and paste it into word you might notice that it looks a bit wonky. So you want to be sure that, you have a few minutes to ‘pretty it up’ before you publish. You will likely also need to upload your checklist image to your blog post.


Watch Me Turn Our Checklist into a Blog Post:

**UPDATE – Even though we uploaded the Word Doc in this video, it is always best to save your checklist as a PDF before uploading it into your blog post.

Next Steps:

  1. Turn Your Checklist into a Blog Post
  2. Add a Checklist Download link to the bottom of the post
  3. Share what you have at the UsePLR Facebook Page


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