Packaging Your Information-Doable 3

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Packaging Your Information – Doable 3

Day 3 of our ‘Build Your List with 30 Daily Doables‘ Blog Tour.

Yesterday’s doable was about deciding on your free giveaway, make sure to check that one out if you haven’t yet.

Today we are visiting the blog of the lovely Marian LaSalle.  Thanks for having us!! You can find out where we will be each day at the Blog Tour Information Page. This is also where you can catch up on any of the blog posts that you missed.

As a thank you for taking part in our tour we are giving away some amazing prizes – all happily donated by the tour hosts. There are a few simple actions to take every day to secure your entries – the more days you participate and the more actions you take, the more entries you receive!

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See You Tomorrow!

Stacey Myers

Doable 3 - Packaging Your Information

Now that you know what you want people to learn, the next thing to decide on is in what format you are going to deliver the information.

In this video, we cover a range of different options you can choose from.

Here is a PDF of the slides for your reference.

Think about which format is easiest for you to put together. That is the key to deciding which way to package your content. You might love writing but hate your voice being recorded, so it would be a natural choice for you to go for writing an e-book or a report.  If you hate writing and love talking then audio, or video, would be a good way to go. If you feel really shy, don’t choose a video option, as you will continuously put it off and never have a completed product.  Pick the one you will procrastinate on the least.  Once you have a free gift or two out there in one format, then you can start to have a look at the other options. In the end, you will want to mix it up because then you can attract people that like to read, listen, or watch videos. To begin with, stay inside your comfort zone to make sure you actually get it produced.

Remember from yesterday – Ideally, with your free offer, you want the receiver to learn something, be able to implement it, and produce a result. That way people know you are someone that can help them get the results they want, and they will look at what else you have to offer.

What of the formats covered are the easiest for you to implement?  Leave your thoughts in the comments below.  My favourite are screen capture videos.  Remember you can gain extra entries for leaving relevant comments.

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Packaging Your Information-Doable 3 — 5 Comments

  1. Marian and Stacey,

    I love the tip about it being OK to stay in your comfort zone until you get started! So many of us procrastinate because we are told that there is only one way to go – which we may not be comfortable with.

    Thanks,
    Tina

  2. Lots of great ideas for freebies here! I love creating PDFs, it’s something I’ve done for years and am very comfortable with. I’ve tried the screen capture videos but the thought of editing them is overwhelming…