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Repurposing Content: Why You Should Recycle Existing Content to Grow Your Practice

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    Repurposing your content or using different platforms to recycle existing content makes you more efficient, gains more followers, and widens your appeal. But repurposing is not the same as "copy and paste." Rather, it means that you create similar content of the same subject, but on different platforms (e.g. audio, video, etc.). Drs. Russ Faust and Randy Wong elaborate.

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    Repurposing your content or using different platforms to recycle existing content makes you more efficient, gains more followers, and widens your appeal. But repurposing is not the same as "copy and paste." Rather, it means that you create similar content of the same subject, but on different platforms (e.g. audio, video, etc.). Drs. Russ Faust and Randy Wong elaborate.

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