How To Create Great Content in 15 Minutes – Only 7 Steps To Boost Your Website Marketing

In this article I am going to teach you how to create great content to market yourself and your business. The reason I am going to teach you how to create great content is because you need to know how to be able to be found on the internet – and so being able to develop lots of content about you and your business is one of the best marketing tips I can give you.

Here are the 7 steps I am going to teach you about how to do create great content:

• step 1 is to use some information you’ve already written

• step 2 is to publish that content online

• step 3 is to then save that content as a document & it

• step 4 is to save that as a PDF

• step 5 is to upload that PDF on other websites

• step 6 is to track all of this new content

• step 7 is to do some research & update after a period of time.

If you do these 7 steps you will have success with being able to create great content as marketing for you and your business.

Ready? Here are the steps:

Step one:

Let’s make this easy by using some content you want to have on your website or blog. This might be an article you’ve written but haven’t published yet, or great interesting information for a blog post, or something about your niche, or your field of expertise

Create a new document in the software of your choice, where you can copy and paste the information from your site. It needs to end up being about one page of information, so if you don’t think you have enough to fill a page, go through your website and see if you can copy and paste from different pages, to make up an entire page.

Step two:

Now that you have your information all in one document, add it to your website as a website page or a blog post. It could also be a list of tips or a series of questions and answers, which makes it even easier to write.

Once you’ve added it to your site, and completed the onsite SEO for your page and images, you can publish it. Bravo!

Step three:

In this step you’re going to take that SAME text and if it’s already in a Word document or an OpenOffice document, add your logo, your name, your contact details (like phone, email name, skype etc). Add a “Call to Action” so the reader will be compelled to visit a page of your choice.

Basically you want to the document so it will look good for printing.

When formatting, make sure you take into consideration different countries have different sized paper (for example typing in the USA is longer than in Australia, but narrower).

Step four:

In this step you’re going to save your document as a PDF.

There are quite a few ways to do this, so if you haven’t done it before, don’t worry – it’s quite easy.

If you’re using a Macintosh computer, you can open up your document in any program, and then select FILE /PRINT and then you should see a button with “PDF” on it, generally towards the left corner of the open dialog box.

Select that button, and from the options choose “Save as PDF”, accept the PDF name, and click the OK button.

On Windows PCs you should be able to do the same or something similar.

If not, there are many places online you can upload your document and save as PDF, for example type/copy this and paste into a search engine:

  • 2Pdf.COM

You’ll get a ton of results from which to choose – also look for the word ‘free’.

Here is one website which I’ve used in the past:


Step five:

For this step you will need to create a couple of accounts online at PDF distribution portals in order to upload the PDF.

The reason you want to upload your PDF to other websites is so that people who are searching for the topic of your PDF will be able to find it in more places — not just on YOUR website. The MORE places you publish your information, the better. In fact you can publish on lots of PDF sharing websites, and I’ll give you the names of a few to get you started:



Some of these sites disappear for no reason, so if these two aren’t available, just search for “ebook directories” (once you save an article or information as a PDF, it can also be called an ebook).

Step six:

Once you’ve uploaded your PDF to a few sites, pat yourself on the back

Bravo! You have just started marketing yourself and your website!

The next step is very important – create a spreadsheet or document of some kind so you can keep track of every place you upload your PDF.

You also need to remember the date, so when you come back to this Tracking Sheet in a few weeks or months, you will be able to update it and see how long it’s taken to get your results.

Step seven:

About a month after you uploaded your PDF, it’s a good idea to do a search for the “Title” online to see if the PDF’s been copied by any other websites.

The reason you want to do this is so that you can update your Tracking Sheet (from Step six) and see if your PDF is appearing in MORE places online.

If it is, that’s news! Congratulate yourself!

Add the details of the date and each of the websites where you find it, so you can quickly see if it’s improving its “marketing” for you.


Now you have learned how to create great content to market yourself and your business, you can do this a couple of times a week to create more documents you can upload onto the internet, as a back-linking and marketing strategy.

Every new PDF you publish online will have a link to send people back to your website, called a “back-link” and will help your website in the search engines and for SEO.

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