In this episode, I discuss how many pieces of content you need each week in order to be effective in your business. Please listen and share.
Announcer 0:10 Whether you want to start a faith based business or an online ministry, you've come to the right place. This is the Teresa Blaes show with your host, Teresa Blaes, where she's bringing her over 20 years of consulting experience to the mic. Now, here's Teresa.
Teresa Blaes 0:32 Hi, I'm Teresa Blaes. And welcome to the Teresa Blaes Show. Today we're talking about just how much content should you create Anyway, now, I'll be honest, I've heard a lot of different answers from a lot of different people. Gary Vee suggests that you should create 100 pieces of content a day. Now obviously, he's got a very big team, or and I hear that and I go, right. I have no idea how would even begin to try something like that. deer in the headlights look much. Okay. I've heard people that say you need to at least show up weekly, and then participate in other formats. supplementing your content. I'm not really sure necessarily how much content one needs to create daily or weekly. I know that I'm testing some different things. For example, the end result life podcast goes out once a week, but then I have other writers supplementing additional content. Is that working? We're still waiting to find out. I'm still working on that. The Teresa Blaes show the episode that you were listening to. I release a piece of content at least five days a week. Sometimes I release a blog post and a podcast. I also participate in groups. It's just a matter of testing and finding out what's going on work in your niche. So should you take the advice of Gary and release 100 pieces of content a day, if that's what your market requires. But for right now, I would just ask yourself, How much can you handle producing? And how hard Are you willing to work to produce it? Also, how much content does your audience need? Are you immensely popular? No. Yes. If yes, then I would possibly consider giving them more. You know, let them consume as much of your content as possible. If no, then perhaps a weekly show, or weekly piece of content might be the only thing you need. It also depends on the format of your content, whether it's audio video, or written. In any case. I'm Theresa Blaes. This has been let's reasonably show. Let's go do this thing.
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