Help yourself to some content stew

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I just wrote about creating scrappy content yesterday.  Here is an example of something I put together as a refresher for my audience at the Martha Beck Coach Convention which was held in Chicago last week.

The metaphor is Content Stew, and it is my way of explaining how to identify a content strategy for your business which will feed your customers and prospects juicy, useful information.

You may notice a couple of inconsistencies in the audio, which I will fix later.  I am racing against the babysitter clock and challenged myself to get it done and published in less than one hour.  The yelp in the background is Josh and his friend trying to stay quiet while I record. 🙂


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7 Responses to “Help yourself to some content stew”

  1. Taylor says:

    Really awesome stuff!

    You should consider posting it on FiredUpNetwork ( in order to spread the word even further!

    I think that the users of that site would really appreciate it.

  2. Aaron Harris says:

    Great post! Great information in a simple and concise presentation. I found it very helpful in thinking about my work-in-progress coaching practice. Thank you for sharing.

  3. Very fresh presentation !!!!!!

  4. Thats really good. The slides are clean and your voice is perfect. Needless to say I am quite motivated to start recording and experimenting with my own presentations.
    .-= Chanda |´s last blog ..Saluting Randy Pausch : 7 lessons that I learnt from The Last Lecture =-.

  5. Great stuff.

    I like the mix of stew you have been serving up lately: this, the flipcam video, etc. Nice way to break up just written posts.

    Keep’em coming…
    .-= Mark C. Webster´s last blog ..Chris Brogan is Wrong About Urinals (but right about advertising) =-.

  6. This is a great presentation, Pam… thanks for posting it!
    .-= Andrew Parkes´s last blog ..Day 4 of 7 – The Consequences =-.

  7. Sister, I love this format you chose today to share this great content with us.

    Please continue with more of these presentations.

    Matthew Scott
    .-= Matthew Ray Scott´s last blog ..Seth Godin On Social Networking =-.