Commerce-style pages like Store, Products, Services, or Work with Me
And website pages that update frequently like your:
Blog or podcast content
As we tackle this topic of how to write your website content, we’re going to focus on getting your static pages created first. We’ll get them done, published, and working for you, and then we’ll work on how to write a blog post and other frequently published content.
Your ideas, your website outline, your page copy, the platform and theme you plan to use … these are all important.
But until your website is published and findable on the internet, it might as well be invisible.
How to become the proud owner of a Minimum Viable Website in less than a week
New websites are less overwhelming to tackle if you approach them in phases.
Step away from the scary cliff where you’re looking at the whole, huge website project, and just focus on the ten feet of the path that lies right under your feet.
What we’ll talk about here is Phase 1: the bare minimum pages you need to have in place to launch a new website to the world.
The only goal is to get these few pages in place and make the website live!
I’m going to show you how to do just that in less than a week.
After all, why wait? Websites are endlessly editable, so don’t sweat it — get something published this week. You can tweak it later!
Make a mindset shift — from “it must be perfect before I make it live“ to “it must be live and then I’ll make it perfect.“ That will help you build your Minimum Viable Website and publish it with confidence.
In this post, I’m going to share everything you need to know about my new community, the BIG League, and how it can help you grow an online business you love — with support, guidance, and encouragement for the journey.
“Pamela, writing content is hard enough. What do you mean by ‘repurposing content?'”
Oh, my friend. We are about to have some fun!
Today, I’m going to introduce a way you can maximize the impact and reach of every piece of content you create with a simple content repurposing workflow.
It’s easy when you have repurposing in mind from the very beginning of your content marketing workflow.
(That’s my secret goal here — to get you thinking about repurposing from the start.)
You’re about to discover:
The benefits of repurposing content: Time to get excited about all the reach you’re about to experience!
A simple content repurposing strategy: It starts while you’re mapping out your content backbone.
Content repurposing examples: You don’t have to try them all — I’ll give you lots of options to choose from and you can pick just a few to explore.
First, let’s state the obvious: If you’re having trouble getting content created, grab your very own copy of my book Master Content Marketing. It will help you structure and create content that attracts an audience and grows your business. The structure you’ll learn will make repurposing content much faster!
Once you’re comfortable with the basic content creation process, it’s time to maximize the impact your content has in the world.
It’s a noisy place here on the internet, and these content repurposing tips will help get your content in front of more people — in more places — so you can drive traffic back to your online business.
Before we start, you may have a few questions. Let’s get those answered. 🙂