#041 Amy Woods| How to Repurpose Your Content for Social Media

Key Lessons From This Episode:

  • Amy’s definition of Content repurposing
  • Why do we need to consider repurposing?
  • What is the best practice for Content repurposing?
  • What are the common mistakes we need to watch out?

 

That is Amy Woods is a digital entrepreneur, an expert in content repurposing and podcaster.
She helps online content creators grow their audience by maximizing their return on every piece of content that they create. She is the founder of Content 10x, who provide content repurposing services to podcasters, video content creators and bloggers.

When not repurposing, Amy is a proud mum of two little boys, lives in Manchester, England and before setting up as an entrepreneur she spent 13 years as a management consultant, working on post-M&A restructuring for Fortune 500 companies.

Now, let’s chat with Amy!

 

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