It’s hard to believe, but we’ve come to the end of our 30 Day Content Marketing Challenge. I hope you’ve learned a thing or two and more importantly that you’ve been inspired to step up your game and get more content published on a regular basis. That’s an important concept to keep in mind. You want to get fresh stuff out there on a regular basis. It’s one of the best ways to reach out to new markets and to build and nurture a relationship with your target audience.

Let’s take a quick walk down memory lane and browse through all the different topics we covered over the past 29 days. Here’s a quick rundown:

    1. Welcome And What Is Content Marketing
    2. Content is King, Or Is It?
    3. Why You Need A Content Marketing Plan
    4. Who Is Your Target Market?
    5. Where Is Your Target Market?
    6. Content On Your Site vs. Content On Other Sites
    7. Let’s Talk About Content Syndication
    8. Attention Grabbing Headlines For Your Content
    9. An Explanation Of Different Content Formats
    10. Your Content Needs A Purpose
    11. How To Come Up With A Content Schedule
    12. Are You Repurposing Your Content?
    13. Using The Same Content In Multiple Formats
    14. What’s Your Goal With Each Piece Of Content?
    15. Use Content Upgrades To Build Your List
    16. An Example Of A Content Marketing Funnel
    17. Ways To Promote Your Content
    18. Don’t Just Share That Content Once
    19. Creating A Content Marketing And Promotion Schedule For Each Post
    20. Why You Should Create Epic Content
    21. Updating And Re-Promoting Your Epic Content
    22. Working Key Content Pieces Into Your Email Marketing
    23. Crafting Content That Sells Your Products
    24. Creating Content Around Keywords and Key Phrases
    25. Easy Content Creation With Serial Posts
    26. Creative Ways To Come Up With Content Ideas
    27. Using PLR For Quick And Easy Content Creation
    28. 3 Ways To Monetize Old Content
    29. Get Your Audience To Help With Content Creation

What has had the biggest impact on you? What tips and ideas have you found the most helpful? Those are the posts that you want to come back to again and again.

Take a few minutes today to reflect on not only how far you’ve come, but more importantly how this simple 30-day challenge has influenced you and changed you for the better. What positive experiences have you had as a result of getting more content created and marketed? What were your big “aha” moments during this challenge? What do you want to do more of? Make a plan and make sure you dedicate some time and resources to content marketing each month going forward. Last but not least, don’t forget to continue to repurpose and recycle everything you create.

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