Joe Pulizzi, king of content marketing, shares some tips around Slideshare and Podcasting, which are great ways to produce additional content using pieces you already have access to – like articles you’ve written and your book.
This was shot at Digital Book World. Sorry if it’s slightly fuzzy, but the content is great.
We’re so excited about BEA coming up on May 27-29 at the Javits Center in New York City!
I love podcasting for authors–great idea. But, I really believe Slideshare is only good for non fiction-IMO.
I would agree – though wouldn’t it be fun to see how someone writing fiction told an actual story with slides? I bet someone does it, gets a ton of buzz and then a bunch of fiction folks flock to it. Isn’t that always how it goes? 🙂
I agree Penny-I’d love to see what authors can do with slides. I just don’t like Slideshare for doing that. I think it is a tough channel for anything but B2B. It’s too much like LinkedIn which I think is a snooze for authors (I could be totally wrong there). There’s a new slide application that is very cool and sliders can be embedded in Twitter and Facebook posts–that might be a really cool way to spur sales–it’s called Bunkr–take a look. I think you’ll like it. I am not an affiliate, just a fan.