Amanda  Weston

Rewrite / Expand Blog Posts by Blogs by Jarvis (updated)

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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. 
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Rewrite / Expand Blog Posts by Blogs by Jarvis

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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
 RECIPE UPDATE November 5 2021 If you find you get repetitive content with the 'rewrite command', substitute rewrite to 'expand upon' or 'explain' e.g. >Expand upon the above as a blog intro paragraph with bullet points talking to {AUDIENCE} {MOTIVATION} for {PRODUCT / SERVICE / SOLUTION} >Explain the above as a blog intro paragraph with bullet points talking to {AUDIENCE} {MOTIVATION} for {PRODUCT / SERVICE / SOLUTION} --- RECIPE: Paste in original content including H1 below the recipe Under 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 *** above next section --- Ensure Section Title is formatted as H2 Repeat command >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

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