• TmWe

    The slide decks where you need to click, click and click again to read content that could easily have been presented in a list on a page are just awful and need an algorithm against them to stop the spread.

  • http://www.diannahuff.com/ Dianna Huff

    Love the FAQ example!

  • aaronfriedman

    Awesome post Casie! The re-purpose a list post should be done way more often than it is :)

  • http://www.unifiedinfotech.net/ Moumita Dasgupta

    Re-purposing the old content….oh just enjoyed the reading quite a lot…

  • TmWe

    A year old jaguar ? they start getting dangerous at that age. Probably best to return to the wild.

  • http://www.postplanner.com/ Scott Ayres

    Disagree.. People are visual and love to just read tips on a graphic.

  • http://www.postplanner.com/ Scott Ayres

    At Post Planner ( http://www.postplanner.com ) we constantly repurpose our blog posts. Changing titles and etc. It’s also why we don’t date our posts.

  • TmWe

    We will have to agree to differ then, as I think that people would prefer seeing list type content on one page as opposed to clicking through 10/20 times to see the same.

  • http://casiegillette.com Casie Gillette

    Thanks Aaron! I agree and it’s something that I know I forget about.

  • http://casiegillette.com Casie Gillette

    Interesting Scott. How are you guys changing the content of the posts?

  • http://casiegillette.com Casie Gillette

    I vary. I typically hate slideshows on a blog post but it depends. I think the real value of the slideshow is valuable having it on SlideShare. They can get a ton of views and if you are creating calls to action/tracking leads, can definitely be worth your time.