Once you build a bit of a following on your blog, you will start to get questions and comments via email from your readers. Or you may find yourself chatting with a friend or fellow blogger about a topic, again via email.

Take a look at your inbox and more importantly your sent folder right now. Chances are you’re doing a good bit of writing on a daily basis, and much of it applies to your niche blog.

Isn’t it a shame that many of these emails only go out to one person? Which means only one person potentially reads them?

And what about the emails you send out to your list? Yes, they get seen by much more, but once you’ve sent them, they are gone, and a few days later no one will look at them again.

Bklyn Custom Designs bcdpinit-30dbcrecyclingv2  Today we’ll talk about a simple little content recycle strategy that will turn those emails into evergreen content for your blog. The basic idea is simple. Anytime you write an email, be it a reply to one person, or an email you send to your list, ask yourself if this content could be repurposed into a blog article.

Recycling One-on-One Emails

A simple way to recycle one-on-one emails where appropriate is to introduce the topic share the email conversation, followed by your comment where applicable.

For example, you may share how the conversation started or that you received a question from a reader in response to another article on your site. Then you would share the email they sent you (anonymously unless you’ve gotten permission to share their name) along with your reply.

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From there you can elaborate a bit, or give more general advice if it was very specific. This is a quick and easy article since you did most of the writing when you replied to the email.

Recycling Email Messages and A/R Messages to Your List

Next look at the messages you sent out to your list. This could be your weekly newsletter, evergreen helpful tips you send as broadcasts or even the emails that compose your autoresponder. Pick and choose from them and see what would also make a good blog article.

Paste the entire email message into drafts and edit away. Maybe you can expand on an idea or tip, or maybe all you need to do is change a few words, so it reads more like a blog article than an email. Use the formatting tips we talked about a few days ago and you’re good to go.

The Rundown

Anytime you don’t feel like writing much, or don’t know what to blog about, dig through your emails. I’m sure you’ll find something you can use.

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