This content-clipping strategy clearly works super well. On YouTube, a six-minute video called "Michael keaton Might've Been the Best Batman" is so much tastier than the 212 minute "#1586 - Tony Hinchcliffe".
212 minutes is three and a half hours! You've gotta schedule that in your day, and I don't even know who Tony Hinchcliffe is—I'm not about to invest that much time. But six minutes with a catchy title I'm curious about? Well sure, I can watch another one of those.
On twitter, instagram, facebook, and linkedin this clipping game is even more effective. What are you more likely to watch: a link to your hour-long podcast, or a 40-second titled video about a single topic that starts automatically playing as you scroll?
But here's the thing: making these types of clips is hard. You've gotta:
But the only real parts of that workflow that require your big ol' 🧠 human-intelligence meat computer are:
All the cruft around actually making the video once you have a 📺 video, 📌 start and end point, and 🖋 title is so well defined that a well trained computer could probably do it.
So I'm training my computer to do it.
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Here's sneak peek of how ✂️ clips.marketing lets me repurpose content so quickly:
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If you've read through this thinking "I LITERALLY NEED THIS EXACT THING RIGHT NOW" because you're sitting on a gigantic rotting media vault hiding years of potentially viral 💎 daily content that could be out there working for you to get new followers and you have a moderately high pain tolerance for alpha software, grab a time with me and I'll getcha manually onboarded with what works so far!