Whether it’s learning how to navigate the newest social media site, learning new technology in our industry or just learning how to work a new smart phone, we’re always having to learn something in order to stay at the top of our game. As I write this post, I’m learning how to use a new plugin my web guy installed!
Good business owners know that learning isn’t optional, it’s mandatory. We all make space in our schedules to learn, whether it’s to attend a workshop, dial into a teleseminar or log on to a webinar. Learning at our own desks is a truly wonderful thing, but one of my favorite ways to learn is to listen to teleseminar audio while on long trips. Any time there’s a free seminar with the option to purchase the recordings, I always do that – it’s such a convenient way to learn.
Have you heard of “repurpose content?” The concept is very simple – take something you’ve already done, and perhaps already been paid for once, and turn it into a product that you can get paid for over and over and over again. If you’d like to learn how to repurpose content, you’re in luck – I happen to know of a free teleseminar series starting on Monday, June 25, 2012. And for those of you who are like me and like to get the audio for later listening, there’s an app for that. Pay $20, get all three teleseminar recordings, plus be among the first to get my brand new e-book, “Create a Revenue River.”
What will we cover, besides an overview of the whole repurpose content craze? We’ll discuss the various ways your work can do double and triple duty, how you can increase your expert status online with your newly repurposed content and you’ll be exposed to the nuts & bolts of producing your own audio products.
Mark your calendar – June 25th, July 2nd and July 9th – for Create a Revenue River – the repurpose content teleseminar series. Sign up now so you don’t forget. Looking forward to learning with you!
Do you have a question? I’d love to hear it, and maybe answer it right here. Helping people monetize their content is what we do!
Sandy Weaver Carman
CEO, Voicework on Demand, Inc.
I partner with writers, speakers, trainers and coaches, taking work they’ve already done and turning it into a new revenue river. Ready to get your feet wet?