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50+ Places To Repurpose Your Content: The Ultimate Guide

You’ve spent hours slaving away on your content. You’ve done everything you can to make sure that it is of high quality. You’ve added images. You’ve promoted it on social media. It’s out there.

Now what? 

We put so much work into our content that it’s a shame to see it relegated to the archives of our blog. This is where repurposing comes in. By repurposing our content for a new site or medium, we give it new life and expose it to more new readers. The big question you’re asking, then, is ‘where are the best places to repurpose my content?

You’re in luck. We have 50+ places that you can use to repurpose your content marketing

Syndicate (Repost) Your Content On These Sites

The easiest way to repurpose your content is to simply post it “as-is” on another site. There are several options for this that you can make a part of your process when a new blog post goes live.

#1 – Medium

repurpose your content marketing on

Medium blurs the lines between a blogging and a social media platform, and it provides an interesting place to repurpose and republish your content on a shoestring timeline and budget.

You can easily republish your content days, weeks, or even months after the original story was published. All you need to start is a Twitter account and a desire to be heard. Once you have your Medium account set up, you can easily copy and paste your own content to the Medium blog and then take advantage of the “network effect” by cross-publishing it to various collections (or groups) throughout the site.

Quick Tip: Republished  blog content doesn’t have to be an exact replica of the original. In fact, you should always take a new approach. Try a different headline, or add/remove content from the original article to create an original post. Sites like Medium thrive on sharing personal stories, so adding a personal touch is always a nice way of mixing things up.

#2 – Social Media Today

The Social Media Today network is a great place to repurpose blog content

Social Media Today is a classic syndication site where you can submit content directly or “magically” through your RSS feed. Social Media Today editors will routinely select the best content that they see to be featured on the homepage and throughout their promotion channels.

With their unique RSS submission feature, this one is a no brainer. If you don’t write “social media” specific content, be sure to check out the rest of their channels that cover topics like climate change, smart data, and health care. Choose the one that is best for you.

#3 – Growth Hackers

Repurposing Your Content Marketing is the premiere site for content related to growth hacking and startup marking. Their guidelines define their community as one that is for the growth obsessed to connect and get inspired. If your content fits this mantra, is smart place to cross-promote your content. You will only need to submit a link and URL for the post you are looking to promote.

#4 – Inbound

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In very similar model to, Inbound exists to “enable great content and people from the world of inbound marketing to get noticed.” With a free account, you can easily post links to great blog content by simply submitting the title and URL of the post. However, you should be careful. Their guidelines are some of the strictest we’ve seen.

#5 – Biz Sugar

BizSugar is a place to share “small business news and tips” and offers an active community. Articles on BizSugar can be submitted manually after they are published and filed into categories like marketing, finance, management, technology, and startups.

#6 – Reddit

Reddit’s goal is to be the “front page of the internet,” and as one of the most popular sites on the web, it has come pretty darn close. It prides itself on user-generated news links where users submit votes to promote stories to the front page. You should specifically seek out key subreddits (reddit entries are organized into areas of interest) that are directly related to your industry.

#7 – Hacker News

Hacker News

Similar to Reddit, Hacker News is a ‘social news website that caters to programmers and entrepreneurs, delivering content related to computer science and entrepreneurship.’ It is also a great place to repurpose and redistribute your content if your audience fits the demographic.

#8 – Examiner

Examiner, like Medium, allows you to re-post your content to a new audience. Unlike Medium, however, Examiner is something that you will have to apply to be a part of. No worries, though. The process seems very painless.

#9 –  Business 2 Community

Business 2 Community brings together some of the brightest minds in the industry to share their thought leadership and experience. They allow for contributing writers or syndicated content, much like Social Media Today. If you think this one might be a good fit, take a read through their community guidelines.

#10 – Blokube

Blokube is a site built by bloggers for bloggers, and offers a place for them to share their content,  network with other bloggers, and to exchange ideas and interact. It is a blogger community for bloggers!

Extend Your Reach With These Underutilized Social Media Sites

Everyone promotes their blog on social media, but are you taking advantage of everything that you can? There are many unique ways to “extend” your content on social media.

#11 – Quora

Quora allows its users to ask any question, and get real answers from people with first hand experience.

It has a user base filled with smart and influential individuals covering every topic imaginable. With Quora, you can share your content in several ways. One is to simply add content directly to your profile. You can share a full post, or a snippet that you believe is relevant to a site topic.

Post to Quora

Another way to utilize Quora is to respond to questions with relevant highlights from your content with a link back to your original post. This is a great way to place value right where it is needed. Quora has SEO value as well, so your answer (if it is a good one) should stick around for a long time to come. 

#12 – Become A LinkedIn Publisher

linkedin blog

Recently, LinkedIn announced that they would now allow their users to submit long-form content directly to their LinkedIn profile. This presents  a unique opportunity to cross-promote content that you are already creating on your own blog. Because the feature is still in beta, you will need to apply for early access to be included. Once you begin adding posts, they will be included directly on your LinkedIn profile.

#13 – Google+ (Long-Format)

Most people don’t know or don’t take advantage of the fact that Google+ allows for 100,00 characters in each post. Considering Google+’s already high propensity for search performance, this is probably an advantage that you’ll want to take when it can work for you. Consider reposting a shortened version of your blog post (or the entire post itself) right inside of Google+.

#14 – StumbleUpon Paid Campaign

OK, this one isn’t free, but it doesn’t have to be overly expensive either. StumbleUpon offers a fairly affordable way of promoting your blog content.

Paid Discovery works similar to Cost Per Click (CPC), which means that we only pay when someone actually visits our site. This means that you will always get something for your money. This method outlined by  Ross Hudgens provides a good guide for getting started with only $20 in paid discovery per post. If you are ready to take the plunge, here is step-by-step guide to using StumbleUpon Paid Discovery.

#15 –LinkedIn Groups

Turn your content into a hot topic on a LinkedIn discussion group. These groups are topic focused, and offer a rich audience for feedback and discussion.

Repurpose Your Content As An Online Course

Online learning is a growing trend, and there are lot of sites popping up that will help you find a new home for the content you’ve worked so hard to create. Here are some of the most popular options.

#16 – Udemy


Udemy is an all-star resource when it comes to online learning. With more than 16,000 courses in its library, it is one of the leaders. Even better, it is free!

Udemy specializes in a online learning interface that seamlessly combines video, slide-based, and written content into one interface. It also tracks your student’s progress and includes them in updates to your content. For content publishers, Udemy is definitely one to take seriously.

#17 – Skillshare


Skillshare is an online learning community where the world’s best experts teach real-world skills. On the site you can access hundreds of classes in design, technology, business and more. Anyone can apply to become a teacher on Skillshare. All Skillshare classes have a minimum of 45 minutes of video content, broken into 4-9 minute videos.

#18 – allows you to create helpful and interactive content to connect directly to your readers. It has a beautiful and easy-to-use interface, and does a great job of showcasing learning content that, unlike some of the other options, can be 100% text-based content. Courses are also made freely available on the website.

#19 – Helpouts by Google

Helpouts connect people who need help with people who can give help over live video. Viewers can get help across multiple topics right from their PC or mobile device, and Helpout experts can lead a Helpout on a subject that they have an expertise in. For you as a blogger, creating a Helpout from a recent blog post topic is a unique way to extend the reach of your content, and repurpose it for another use.

Create A Slide Deck To Repurpose Your Content

Darren Rowse of ProBlogger fame and fortune recently shared a post (on LinkedIn) about some of the experiments that he has been doing with repurposing content on SlideShare. The results were positive. From Darren:

The slide deck stats show over 22,000 views and the page on Digital Photography School has been viewed over 16,500 times and been shared 4500+ times.

Not bad!

Why not create a great slide show with some of the excellent content that you are already creating? If you do, there are several places where you can share your newly created content.

#20 – Slideshare

use slideshare to repurpose content

This is the big one. Slideshare is the world’s largest community for sharing presentations and other professional content. Once you have a finely tuned slide deck to share, you can simply upload it to the site as a PowerPoint file or PDF. Users can view it and share/embed it on their own sites, exposing your content to a brand new audience.

#21 – Slideworld

Slideworld is similar to Slideshare, though without the large user base. Users search for PowerPoint presentations there for use in presentations. By uploading your own presentation, you make your content available for people to use when they need to present to their own groups and audiences.

#22 – SlideBloom

Much like Slideworld, SlideBloom allows you to upload and share rich powerpoint presentations online. It is yet another way to get your content to a new audience.

#23 – Scribd

The world's digital library.

Scribd’s platform is designed to help you easily publish your content on the web and mobile devices, distribute it to a wide and global audience, and potentially make money from selling that content.

Create An Infographic And Share It With The World

Infographics are visual representations of information, data or knowledge intended to present complex information quickly and clearly. They are also a fun way to create, share, and consume content. What if you converted a few of your posts (especially how-to posts) into handy infographics or visual content marketing?

Quick Tip: Need some help creating an infographic?  For a handy drag-and-drop tool try or InfogramPicktochart, or

 #24 – Post Your Infographic on SlideShare

where to post infographics

You may not know it, but you can also post your infographics to Slideshare. Cool!

#25 –

In addition to providing infrographic design/development services, also provides a community page where you can post content of your own. They tend to be picky so you will need to make sure that your content fits the bill, but it is a great place to repurpose your content marketing. It also isn’t a bad place to get great ideas for more visual content marketing.

And now 9 more places to post your hot next infographic:

#26 – Scribd

Scribd is well know for its library of ebooks, but it is a great place to upload and distribute any document, including infographics. It’s not just for published authors; your content belongs there, too.

#27-30 – Pinterest, Google+, TumblrFlickr

These social networks take a clear advantage when it come to displaying visual content. If you are creating infographics, you should give each of them serious consideration.

#31-35 – Daily InfographicCool Infographics, Infographics Archive, Infographic Journal, Infographics Showcase

These blogs regularly showcase unique infographics and are a great place to frequent each day.

Create A Video (or Audio) Version Of Your Content

Did you know that YouTube is the second largest search engine in the world? More than that, Google routinely reserves several spaces in its search results for YouTube videos. Why not turn some of those hard-earned blog posts into high-quality video (or audio) content?

Quick Tip: Need help creating your video or audio content? For easy and cheap (free) home recording try Audacity. If you are anxious to hire some of it out, check out Fiverr.

Once you have your video content completed, there are several places where you can repurpose it for mass appeal.

#36 – YouTube

youtube content sharing platform

As the second largest search engine in the world, YouTube is a commanding force when it comes to distributing content. Quality on YouTube varies, but it will be your key to standing out in the crowd. Create an entertaining video, or even follow Neil Patel’s advice and turn your infographic into a videographic.

#37 – Vimeo

Unofficially, Vimeo is the “more artistic” version of YouTube. Filmmakers and video crafts-people frequently post their content on Vimeo for the world to see. It is great place to repurpose your own video content.

#38 – Viddler

Viddler touts itself as the online video service for business, offering video hosting and custom solutions for businesses. They are known for industry-leading support and professional services.

#39 – iTunes Podcast

When it comes to podcasts, iTunes is the clear winner. Consider a weekly show that regularly features discussion about some of your best content via audio or video.

Turn Your Content Into An Informative Webinar

Webinars can be a great way to convert mere visitors into long-time fans. Because the audience members will be able to interact directly with you, they will develop a level of trust that may not have been possible any other way. These sites make publishing your webinar easy and painless.

If you’ve already created a slide deck or given a presentation, this is a perfect way to extend that content online.

#40 – GoToWebinar


GoToWebinar is the the clear winner when it comes to reliable webinar software. While it is a bit pricey, it will probably give you a solution with the least amount of headaches and hiccups. Your viewers will probably be very familiar with GoToWebinar, or at least its counterpart GoToMeeting.

#41 – is a free alternative that is a easy to use and painless to setup. It makes screen sharing and online meetings simple. While it isn’t specifically ‘webinar’ software, it might be just the right tool to get you started on your first event.

#42 – Eventbrite

One you have your webinar planned and scheduled, Eventbrite is a great place to list your event and manage signups. If you are looking for a few additional (and free) options don’t forget about LinkedIn event listings, Google+ events, or Facebook events.

Cover Your Blog Into A Snazzy Ebook

One of my favorite ways to repurpose content is still the ebook. As a free giveaway, almost nothing compares to the success that an ebook can provide. On our own blog, a group of free marketing guides was the key to our success in growing an email list of more than 10,000 members.

#43 – Papyrus

Repurpose your content with a blog to book!

One of the biggest challenges with ebooks is making them. For some of our first ebooks, we did it the old fashioned way, using Microsoft Word and Adobe InDesign. The process worked, but it was cumbersome and frustrating.

Papyrus makes it easy with their simple online tool. You can easily convert your blog (using an RSS feed) to an ebook with a few clicks. With their extensive theme library, Papyrus will even make your design process a cinch.

#44 – PressBooks

PressBooks makes it easy to create all the beautifully-designed files you need to publish your books and ebooks: PDF for print and print-on-demand including Amazon’s CreateSpace, MOBI for Kindle, and EPUB for Apple’s iBooks, Nook, Kobo and others. PressBooks is a great option to keep in mind.

#45 –

make ebooks - repurpose your content is another option in the ebook space that allows you to make eBooks right from your Google Drive. Currently, it is free and accessible through an invite.

#46 – Kindle

Once you have an ebook, you will need to think about distribution, and there is no better place than the Amazon Kindle store.

#47 – iBooks

iBooks by Apple is a simple way to build beautiful ebooks that can seamlessly integrate multimedia content like audio and video. It’s available as a free download from the Apple App Store. The only down side is that iBooks books can only be read from an iOS or Apple based application. With million of iOS devices in circulation, this limitation shouldn’t necessarily stop you.

Turn Your Content Into An REAL Book

Self publishing tools have been disrupting the publishing industry just like the MP3 disrupted the music industry. With all of the written blog content in your arsenal, why not turn some of it into a REAL book?

#48 – Amazon CreateSpace

Repurposing Your Content

CreateSpace is a Amazon’s solution to the self publishing wave, and it is a good one. With their tools you can create your book, cover, and promotional material. Even better, once your book is done,  you can make your book available through, Amazon Europe, your own eStore, Kindle, and even some Expanded Distribution options.

#49 – LuLu

Lulu is a major player in the self publishing space and has done so since 2002. In many ways, Lulu pioneered the self-publishing industry and paved the way for people around the world to publish books and bring them to market. Through their site and online store you can both create and distribute your book to a wide audience.

Turn Your Content Into An Email Course

Email autoresponder courses are one of my favorite ways to promote and repurpose content.

We recently published a comprehensive guide for running an email autoresponder course and showcased one of our more recent success stories right here on this blog. Email autoresponder courses allow you to drip out content slowly to your audience and build trust with your readers over time. As compared to an ebook, autoresponders drip your content out to your audience, and have a much higher chance of reaching your audience.

#50 – Campaign Monitor

repurposing your content marketing as an autoresponder course

Campaign Monitor makes it easy to attract new subscribers, send them beautiful email newsletters, and see stunning reports on the results. It is our tool of choice here at CoSchedule for creating autoresponder courses. It tends to give you everything that you need without cluttering things up with features you will never use.

#51 – MailChimp

Of course, MailChimp is the leader in the email marketing space, and offers the ability to create an autoresponder course as well. Many bloggers are already familiar with MailChimp, which recently underwent an overhaul that made it much easier to design beautiful email templates.

The reality is that it is easy to understand the value of repurposing content. It allows us to create less content and get more traffic. It’s a win-win. Take a few of these easy ideas and put them into action now!

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  • Tim Wut

    Great list! Thank you for putting this together! My running list has been off the top of my head, so there’s more than a few great suggestions in here for us to work with. Great follow up post by on how to make your content work twice as hard.

    • Garrett Moon

      Thanks Tim! Glad it was helpful. Hopefully you can refer back to it as you go along.

  • Chuck Reynolds

    Nice list… I wish i had the time lol

    • Garrett Moon

      My best advice there is to try one or two new things with each blog post. Then, as you find the ones that work double-down from there. Good luck!

  • Jenny Stradling

    Holy cow! It looks like you spent some serious time on this post Garrett. I’ll be sharing with my team. Thanks for the share!

    • Garrett Moon

      It was time, but it was also good research for our team.Thanks for sharing it with yours :)

  • Georgia Gibbs

    This is such a fantastic list. Can I ask… is there some kind of unspoken cap you should keep in mind so you don’t dilute your content or send off any alarms on the search engines?

    • Garrett Moon

      Thanks Georgia! I don’t think there is really a cap per se. If you are going to do things that duplicate your content word for word you might want to wait at least a few weeks before posting to avoid negative effects from Google, but even that isn’t an exact science.

      Usually if you feel spammy, you probably are. I wouldn’t recommend all of these every time. Some content will work better with each channel than others. Let your conscious be your guide.

      Thanks for reading!

  • Reputer

    Great collection that approaches content from many angles.
    Turn blog content into video or ebooks – nice touch.
    As someone before said – all we need now is to invent time!

    • Garrett Moon

      Ha. “Invent time” is officially on the to do list. Thanks for reading.

  • Charlie C.

    Wow, how complete is that…the only thing you left out was the kitchen sink! thanks!

    • Garrett Moon

      Hmm… their might be room somewhere. Thanks for reading!

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    • Garrett Moon

      Thanks! Glad you enjoyed it :)

      • VitaminaPublicitária

        Thank you for posting! Just head an Copyblogger webinar from when Brian Clark talk about not just reposting your content but creating in a way you can re-usit. Thinking like Webinar > Video > Podcast > Transcript > Posts. Amazing!

  • Naomi Hattaway

    Amazing slew of stuff here, Garrett and team! Thanks for sharing this … off to spread to my masses.

    • Garrett Moon

      Awesome Naomi! Good luck :)

  • Harley

    Once again, I’m totally blown away by the wealth of knowledge people can gain from coschedule articles. And the quality of writing is outstanding too! Great Job!

    • Garrett Moon

      Thanks Harley, we really appreciate hearing that.

  • Brett Thoreson

    Great resource list! Has anyone had any success with reposting their blog articles on google +? I’m curious about this approach.

    • Garrett Moon

      Hi Brett, We’ve had good success. We usually don’t repost the entire article, but will include a lengthy snippet or summary. These posts frequently come up in Google search results in places where our site doesn’t/wouldn’t. I hope that helps!

      • Brett Thoreson

        Thanks, Garrett… Good to know!

  • LinkedBusiness

    Amazing post. Thanks so much for sharing. It looks like I need to get my team busy…

    • Garrett Moon


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  • Justin Cordle

    good job :)

  • Pankaj Saharan

    This is an excellent list, thanks Garrett! Bookmarked & shared…

    • Garrett Moon

      Glad to hear you enjoyed it. Thanks Pankaj!

  • Stéphane Kapitaniuk

    Love your articles folks. Coschedule isn’t just a great app, its also a great blog!

    • Garrett Moon

      Thanks Stéphane!

  • Kim Jimenez

    Guys, this post-magic! Thanks so much for the great resources. I have like a million ideas running through my brain right now. Excited to get started :)

    • Garrett Moon

      Awesome Kim! Good luck!

  • Fayann D’souza

    Great article, Garrett! Thanks!

    • Garrett Moon

      My pleasure, thanks for reading!

  • Angela Hemans

    I have to say that this is one of the best list, I’ve read in awhile, Garrett! Very thorough and how you categorize everything with the tips was quite helpful! Thank you.

    • Garrett Moon

      So glad to hear it was helpful Angela! Thanks for reading :)

  • Issa

    This is a wonderful list of everything I exactly need to promote content for a wider and more meaningful reach. :)

    • Garrett Moon

      Thanks Issa! Glad to hear that :)

  • Louisa Chan

    This is a great list. While I am aware of some of these, I’ve also discovered some new avenues to try out. Thanks @Garrett Moon.

    • Garrett Moon

      That’s great Louisa! Glad it was helpful :)

  • Planmyad Ooh

    Beautifully compiled and well researched list. Everyone will be highly benefited, without doubt. ( posted by )

  • sylwesterjezierski-marketing i

    Thanks so much i will definitly put this list on my toolbar. For me the moste useful was note about Chimp such a great tool!

  • Emily Johnson

    Brilliant post, thanks! So many ideas for my blog – omnipapers :) And I would like to add for posting pdf-files and presentations!

  • Xiao Ling

    So many useful tools! Thanks!

    • Garrett Moon

      So glad it was helpful Xiao!

  • Sumit Garg

    Hello Garrett, I read one of your article on “” >> “9 Content Marketing Growth Hacks to Drive Traffic and Conversions”. I love the idea of re-purposing content and that drives me here. 50+ places is really a big list and i am truly saying that 30% of tools are new for me. Thanks a lot

    • Garrett Moon

      Glad to hear they were helpful! Thanks for letting me know. Best of luck to you!

  • Sanjay Harnote

    Excellent post !

  • Jay Bird

    Authors can also submit their books to

  • Michael (I’m Not Marvin)

    This was really helpful and gave me far more ideas than I could find on my own.

    I would love to know more about how to determine if a site is good for just adding your post as-is, like an rss feed connection and when that should be avoided as potentially presenting duplicate content. Can your post get dinged for duplicate content if the duplicate content clearly identifies you as the source?

    • Nathan Ellering

      Hey @michael_davis:disqus, I think most syndication sources understand the rules of SEO to know to tag the posts canonical. This has been my experience when other sources have asked us to republish our content.

      For those sites that do some automated syndication, I’m assuming the appropriate tagging is also automated. Now, that’s a huge assumption!

      Honestly, I’d be pretty happy if more sources shared my ideas around to new audiences. I think that is more important for building a following.

      I hope that helps! Thanks for reading1

  • Maria Espie Vidal

    With the internet being run by effective and valuable content, it is becoming a challenge for writers like myself to come up with an interesting article regularly. This is why I fell in love with content repurposing. Not only can I reuse my existing article for a new content, I can also target (as you’ve mentioned here) audiences that prefer a more visual content. And it worked! Not just for articles that received a lot of love in the past but also for articles that didn’t. :)

    • Nathan Ellering

      Hi @mariaespievidal:disqus, that makes perfect sense.

      Sometimes, you may have blog posts that didn’t perform well, but were a great idea. In those cases, it may be a little risky to put more time into it, but… repurposing may be just the thing to help you get the attention your idea deserves.

      Thanks for reading!

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    Helpouts is no longer available.

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  • Abhishek Raval

    Awesome Compilation

  • Ritu Ashrafi

    Great ideas here! Thanks for sharing!

  • PattiSluth

    Bonus tip: use this list to find expensive keywords that attract over 100,000 searches as “theme bait”:

  • Dmitri Tcherbadji

    Does this imply removing the content from original site? Should I include a link at the bottom said “This has been re-printed from“? Wondering what would be the implications of having the same content on my website and, let’s say, Medium. Not just for SEO but for user experience.

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  • Rob Levin

    Excellent read. Thanks.

  • Becky Stephenson

    This is how everyone consider content is a KING. Blogging and bookmarking is the best way to optimize your content to generate traffic. Thanks for sharing. Cheers!

  • Nishant Gupta

    Great list with amazing ideas. Working on it right now. I am going to validate each of these resources for my audience. Will have couple of questions in future.