Content repurposing

Repurposing in content marketing simply refers to breaking a content asset up into smaller parts (content atomisation) and changing their format for different goals, for example:

  • To include different parts of a report in different waves of a campaign, e.g. different email sends
  • To reach and influence different audiences, e.g. people in different industry sectors or roles]
  • To provide more content to share to blogs social via updates, e.g. snippets from a longer video or a report
  • To reinforce through a different format, e.g. a report summary repurposed to a video or infographic

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