64: Breathing New Life Into Your Content with Ross Simmonds

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After hearing this episode your “to do” list will expand by a few more points. You will love Ross’s tips about cross promoting your content to other channels. Ross actually gave me an awesome idea for the redistribution of my content through slideshare. Speaking of presentation decks – it was earlier this year at the MnSearch Summit, where Ross literally blew up our Twitter #mnsummit hashtag with his awesome presentation on content marketing.

You can’t help but want to root for Ross to keep on succeeding after hearing this interview. He is a super engaging, super motivated entrepreneur. And his time management ideas make a lot of sense as well.

And you should also note that there’s room for more of you in the content club!

Listen up to hear the sound of me struggling not to mention the wildness that happened after the MnSearch Summit. But I know a few listeners were along for that ride. The rest of you? You just need to make it to Minnesota next June to see it first hand!

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Quotable moments from our talk with Ross Simmonds

On building a career in digital marketing:

Studying is ok but you need to get your hands dirty if you want a #career in digital. Click to Tweet

On entrepreneurship:

Doing irrational things is fine IF you're an #entrepreneur. Click to Tweet

On the future of digital marketing:

As Google answers more & more questions in SERPs it's time you rethink your #distribution. Click to Tweet

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About the Author

Jeff Sauer is an independent Digital Marketing Consultant, Speaker and Teacher based out of a suitcase somewhere in the world. Formerly of Minneapolis, MN and San Francisco, CA.

  • Daniel

    Ross talked about posting a blog post on LinkedIn, but is there any detrimental effect due to duplicate content? Or does he publish unique content, like a summary?

    Awesome interview- thanks!

  • A lot of people will put links back to the original content/their website in the post to assign credit to the original source. But honestly, I’m not worried about LinkedIn really creating duplicate content issues. It’s more perception than reality.