• Five Time-Saving Tips for Creating Content Your Audience Will Love

    The amount of content we have to create for our marketing and businesses can be overwhelming. There are blogs and captions to write, graphics to design, and videos and podcasts to be recorded. There are some ways to make content creation a little easier and save yourself tons of time while still creating amazing content […]


  • Five Ways to Repurpose Older Podcast Episodes

    This page contains affiliate links, and I may earn a small commission if you use these links to buy something at no additional cost to you. If you aren’t using your podcast content for more than the week it goes live, you’re really missing out. We spend so much time on our podcast episodes that […]


  • How to Create An Outline of Your Blog Post

    How to Create An Outline of Your Blog Post

    Writing doesn’t come easily to everyone. There are natural-born writers just as there are natural-born speakers. Just as many writers can’t imagine giving up the keyboard for a microphone to vocalize their thoughts, many speakers cringe at the idea of sitting in front of a computer to put their thoughts down on paper.  However, writing […]


  • Ten Content Tweaking Mistakes You Might Be Making (and how to overcome them!)

    You’ve heard the phrase, “work smarter, not harder”. That’s what being an entrepreneur is all about. And unless writing is your life, you probably feel like you’re working too hard every time you have to create written content for your ideal market.   And even if you are a writer—say you’re a busy copywriter—you work hard […]


  • Four Distinct Ways to Get Content to Your Audience

    Is your content finding its way to your whole audience? Even though you have a thorough content marketing plan, you may actually be missing some people, simply because of the format you’re presenting. I was a former teacher so I have applied my teaching styles in the different types of learning: visual, auditory, reading/writing, and […]


  • 3 Ways to Avoid Plagiarizing When Repurposing Content

    According to, the definition of plagiarism is “an act or instance of using or closely imitating the language and thoughts of another author without authorization and the representation of that author’s work as one’s own, as by not crediting the original author.” In other words, if you take someone’s report, blog post, or infographic […]