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In this video, you will discover how to transform pieces of your ebook into 30 days worth of social media content.
We’re going to show you how to shave hours off your client promotion time and help your potential clients find you easier…
...in less than 5 minutes.
We’re going to show you how you can schedule a month’s worth of promotional updates for your content in less than 5 minutes.
Do you believe we can do it?
This is tutorial #3 in a series we’re doing on the many ways you can repurpose an ebook to create content that will grow your coaching practice.
This is part 3 in our series: “7 Easy Ways To Transform A Silly eBook Into Happy Clients” to help you drive traffic and attract new clients.
There is a critical step that most coaches miss when it comes to using social media.
HASHTAGS! Yes, that’s right, hashtags.
Hashtags make it much easier for potential clients to find your content and find YOU.
Because potential clients search for hashtags on social media sites, you’re going to want to hashtag:
In this tutorial, we’re using the Microsoft Word version of the free ebook that comes in the Ultimate Content Starter Kit.
Once we have the document open, we need to copy all the contents.
Now we’re going to use the Content Summarizer, which is a tool available exclusively to members of PLR.me.
We’re going to paste all the text into the Content Summarizer, set the “Number of Lines” to 50, leave the minimum sentence length and minimum word length at their default settings, and set “Show Best Words” to 7.
Then we click “Summarize”.
The result is 50 sentences extracted from the book. These are potential status updates!
It also pulled out the “Best Words”, which are the words that show up most frequently and are most relevant. These are possible hashtags for us to use.
Now, before we post these to social media, there is something we need to be clear on.
Social media is about conversation, not proclamation. We always want to be sure we keep the human element in our social media, even when we automate parts of it.
Got it? Cool.
Next we’re going to highlight our 50 sentences and paste them into a text document. Super simple so far, right?
Now we’re going to use one of our favorite tools, Buffer, to upload all these status updates. Specifically, we’re going to use “Bulk Buffer”, which allows us to upload in bulk.
Now we simply drag our text file onto the screen to start uploading. The posts will be scheduled to the highlighted accounts.
And voila! Look at all those beautiful updates! You’ll just want to go through these quickly to make sure everything looks good and makes sense!
Simply click “Send To Buffer” to send all those beautiful updates over to Buffer.
Here’s what it looks like! You’ll want to quickly go through your updates to make sure none of them are too long for Twitter.
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Now we’ll show you a couple examples of people using hashtags well.
Stu McLaren is an entrepreneur who does a great job with hashtags. Here’s a provocative post he put on Instagram. Notice his use of hashtags.
Popular coach and blogger Michael Hyatt is another great example. Here’s what he recently posted on Instagram.
Carrie Wilkerson has created a clever hashtag that is a play on her name.
Another great place to find popular hashtags is on the Twitter home page. You can see what’s trending on the sidebar.
You have several different options.
Hashtags.org is a great service for finding and organizing the latest hashtags. The site also allows you to see how a particular hashtag is trending on a given day. Here’s what we got when we searched on “stress”.
RiteTag is another helpful tool for viewing analytics related to a particular hashtag. Here are all the hashtags containing the word “stress”.
A third and final option is Keyhole, which gives you detailed stats about the number of posts around a particular hashtag.
Now let’s go back into Buffer and add some hashtags to our posts.
Wasn’t that entire process incredibly EASY?!?!
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