How to Repurpose Content for Social Media|Social Media Content Planning
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How to Repurpose Content for Social Media|Social Media Content Planning

Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Snapchat, YouTube. How the heck do you keep up with all your
social media content planning? Have no fear, because in this video, you’ll
learn how to maximize your time with my three content hacks on how to repurpose content
for social media, and stay tuned to the end for my free bonus. My name is Dr. Yazdan. I’m a cosmetic dentist in Newport Beach, California. I help entrepreneurs build their businesses
by branding themselves on social media and turning their passions into profits. As a cosmetic dentist, I have successfully
grown a large social media presence that has exponentially increased my practice, so for
the best social media marketing strategy advice on how you can use social media to grow your
business, just like I have, subscribe to my channel, and hit the bell so that you never
miss out on the latest social media tips and tricks, to turn your passions into profits. Okay, so let’s dive right in to the three
content hacks that you can take to repurpose your social media content you have worked
so hard to actually create. Also, make sure to stay tuned to the end of
the video for your free gift. Content strategy number one is to share your
post across all your social media platforms. Duh, but here’s the key to doing it right
that most people don’t know and totally screw up. You don’t want to share the same post on a
different platform on the same day. If you post something on Instagram, on a Saturday,
then don’t post it on Facebook till, let’s say, Monday. Maybe onto Pinterest on Wednesday, then to
Twitter on Thursday. The key is to space out your posts on the
various platforms that you have, so that your followers don’t see the same post across all
your platforms at the same time. This will make sure that your followers will
actually want to follow you on each of the platforms that you have. If someone follows you on Instagram and they
see that you post the same thing on your Facebook page on the same day, they will feel that
they are getting everything you put out by just following you on Instagram, so they likely
won’t want to follow you on Facebook as well, but if they see that you’re posting different
things across different platforms, they will be more likely to follow you on each of those
platforms. All right, so content strategy number two
is to turn your social media post into an email. If you have an email list, then you should
be emailing them regularly, whether that’s an email list that you have created by being
on social media, or whether that’s an email list that you have created by the patients
you have in your office, you can use your post, and turn it into an email. Here’s the game changer that most people don’t
take the time to do right. Get more personal with the email than you
would on your social media platform. Think of being in someone’s email as being
inside of their home. You obviously have to have a closer relationship
to somebody when you are in their home, so if you have their email address, make the
emails more personal, and help deepen that connection that you have with them. This is especially important if you’re still
growing your influence on social media. I want to know, have you repurposed content
with your social media? If so, how did it perform for you? Leave me a comment below, and let me know. Okay, so content strategy number three is
to turn your social media post into a blog post. If you are writing a lot of smaller posts
for social media, then you can take those posts and turn them into more in-depth blog
posts. Having a blog, much like having your own email
list, is a place that you can share content that is more focused on you and your business,
and content that is more detailed, more in-depth, and more valuable for your audience. This is one of the best content marketing
tips that many entrepreneurs and healthcare professionals skip over. Now, you have my three content hacks that
you can use to repurpose your social media content across different platforms, which
will help you maximize your time, and still grow your influence. Here’s the freebie that I promised you if
you stuck around to the end. I have worked hard to put together a free
Instagram guide, which gives you the exact steps I took to grow my business to over 100K
followers, and boost my practice exponentially. Included in this guide are 30 captions that
you can copy and paste when you’re tired, or you can use them as templates when you’re
feeling creative, but need a little bit of help. To get this guide, simply click on the link
below, where it says, “Free Instagram Guide for Healthcare Professionals,” and don’t worry. Even if you aren’t a healthcare professional,
these social media tips and tricks will still work for any business. For more great information, or if you just
want to see what I’m up to, be sure to follow me over on Instagram. The link to my Instagram account is also in
the description below this video, and finally, if you like this video, please let me know
by liking it below, subscribe to my channel, and share it with your fellow healthcare professionals. Also, be sure to comment below if you found
this video helpful, or you just want to ask me some questions. I am always here to help. Thank you for watching, and I will see in
the next video.

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21 thoughts on “How to Repurpose Content for Social Media|Social Media Content Planning

  1. Thanks for watching! let me know below if you repurpose your content and what your strategy for doing it is! You spend so much time creating your content, you need to make sure you are repurposing it correctly!

  2. Hmm smart tips, especially posting the same post but on different days on other platforms. I never thought of that.

  3. Thanks for the great tips! I've just recently started making pins for my featured picture on my posts so that they are rich pins when pinned.

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