Amanda  Weston

Rewrite / Expand Blog Posts (or other content)

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Description

You want to quickly rewrite or expand existing blog posts or content. Rewriting and expanding on your old blog posts can be a great way to get more traffic, build your brand, and maybe even make some extra money. But it’s not always easy. In this workflow, I will show you how to take an old post of yours and turn it into something new. We'll go through the entire process together, with a real life use case example to expand 500 words to 1500 words in just a few minutes. 
 Document Setup (what you need before you start) Audience - who is this blog post / information for Motivation - what action are you trying to motivate them to take Product / Service / Solution - what is being offered Original content to rewrite
 including H1

Recipe content
Audience - {who is this blog post / information for} Motivation - {what action are you trying to motivate them to take} Product / Service / Solution - {what is being offered} *** {Blog Post H1} {Original Content Intro Paragraph} >Rewrite the above as a blog intro paragraph with bullet points talking to {AUDIENCE} {MOTIVATION} for {PRODUCT / SERVICE / SOLUTION} (delete original section content & command after 1st compose, then just compose until complete) Add *** {H2} {Original Content H2 Paragraph} >Rewrite the above as a blog intro paragraph with bullet points talking to {AUDIENCE} {MOTIVATION} for {PRODUCT / SERVICE / SOLUTION} (delete original section content & command after 1st compose, then just compose until complete) Add *** and go to next H2 section {H2} {Original Content H2 Paragraph} >Rewrite the above as a blog intro paragraph with bullet points talking to {AUDIENCE} {MOTIVATION} for {PRODUCT / SERVICE / SOLUTION} (delete original section content & command after 1st compose, then just compose until complete) Repeat above for all sections Remove all *** >Write a blog conclusion paragraph with a clear call to action