How Finding Fresh Content Isn’t as Bad as You Think

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How Finding Fresh Content Isn’t as Bad as You Think

Remember the show “The Fresh Prince of Belair?” It was a total self-indulgent experience that was a key show in my young adulthood. It was different, not just because it featured an affluent African-American family, but it was just plain fun to watch. Every week, I couldn’t wait to see what type of trouble the characters would get into.

Your content should create that same feeling of anticipation. Your audience should be watching their email inbox to see what you’ll write about, create a video on, or post about next. It’s not as hard as you think. However, judging by the in-frequency in which you admit to connecting with your audience you’d think it was nearly impossible to create content that your audience is interested in consuming.

Check out my LinkedIn article about how to find fresh content to share with your audience.

Here’s a video training I did on IFTTT, which shows how to use one of my favorite tools for finding and sharing content with my audience. IFTTT is a web-based service that allows you to create chains of simple conditional statements, called “recipes,” which are triggered based on changes to other web services such as Gmail, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest. It really makes the web WORK for you.



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Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 8:00pm EST.

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