Where Can You Share a Repurposed Podcast Blog Post?

You spend hours preparing and recording your podcast so that you can publish the best content out there. From deciding on an exciting topic, finding the right audio recording software, interviewing subjects, selecting music, and intensive editing, great content doesn’t happen overnight. 


It’s time to get more out of your creation. Each podcast episode is like a lemon, and you want to squeeze as much juice out of it as you can to make lemonade. Every episode can be broken down and repurposed into dozens of other types of content. 


Repurposing podcast episodes into seo-optimized blog posts is the perfect strategy to keep your current listeners engaged and help you find new audiences as well. Continually pumping out new and exciting podcast episodes can be exhausting, so get off the hamster wheel and start working smarter, not harder, with content repurposing. 


Once your blog post is complete, it’s time to decide where to publish it to be the most effective. In addition to your website, numerous other high traffic platforms will get your podcast the exposure it needs to thrive. 


Here are a few great places that are often overlooked:


Facebook


Find Facebook groups that are the most relevant to your blog topic. If your podcast is about true crime, look for true crime enthusiast groups and link to your blog there. You can also post to your blog profile to gain traffic. Facebook has 2.7 billion monthly active users.


LinkedIn


LinkedIn groups can be a great place to share your blog posts to niche audiences. Find relevant groups, ask to join them, and start sharing your content and interacting with members once you’re approved. LinkedIn has 260 million monthly active users.


Medium 


Medium is a community of writers, bloggers, journalists, and experts. It is an easy-to-use blogging platform where you can create an account and start publishing your articles immediately. Medium has 153 million unique visitors each month. 


Reddit


Reddit is one of the most active online communities today, with 330 million monthly active users. There are subreddits for almost every possible subject. As long as you publish interesting and relevant content, Reddit users should react positively to your blog. 


Flipboard

It’s time to start thinking like a publisher. Don’t overlook content aggregator sites like Flipboard. Readers get their news from a variety of sources. Contributing to sites like these that already have a high domain authority and loyal subscriber base will help drive more traffic back to your site and help new readers find your content.


Email Newsletters


If you don’t already have an email newsletter, it’s time to start one. Building up an email subscriber list can be a slow process, but it’s worth it in the long run. Your email subscribers are the most loyal visitors you can have, and they are most likely to read every new article by you and share it with their friends. 


Repurposed blog content will give you more advertising opportunities with less effort. Get more new followers and keep your current ones engaged with high-quality blog articles based on your podcast episodes. 


Podcast Bloggers can help support your efforts along the way with done-for-you blogs that will boost your traffic and audience size. The options are endless when you partner with us. 


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