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by Eric Sharp on November 2, 2016

Topics: Content Marketing, Interviews (Video Series)


A popular and upcoming trend today in Content Marketing is repurposing.

Repurposing content helps you maximize your content’s reach and keeps the creation process going strong without burnout.

We interviewed James Carbary last month of Sweet Fish Media to discuss the idea of repurposing content and some practical ways to begin practicing it.

We dug into 4 topics:

1) Why new content is hard to create, the challenges of producing with regularity, content strategy woes, platform nuances, personal stories, etc.

2) Gary Vaynerchuk’s “waterfall approach” overview and explanation. James wrote a really great blog about this concept: Why Every B2B Marketer Should Have a Waterfall Content Strategy

3) What exactly is re-purposing content? Is it the same as “copy & paste” from one platform to the next? What are the pros of re-purposing? What to avoid?

4) Specific ways to repurpose your content. Practical tips and ideas for blogs, podcasts, Facebook, Instagram, & graphics.

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Author Info

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Hey there, thanks for reading! My name is Eric Sharp and I’m the Founder of ProtoFuse. Learn more about me, follow me on Twitter or find me on Google+. Oh, and I’ll call you family if you’re a Chicago Bears fan. Daaa Bearsss.