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2. What Bitcoin actually is
3. The Beginnings of Crypto and Inflation
4. Where Bitcoin is right now
5. Crypto’s Relationship with the Government
6. Crypto Wallets
7. What I use to buy Crypto
In this blog I am going to look at the basics of crypto for beginners. The aim is to use this blog to answer some of the common questions that people ask when it comes to crypto. I'll start by introducing myself and why I am a fan of cryptocurrency, I'll then look at what a cryptocurrency is and how it is created, I'll then go over the most common questions about why you should invest in cryptocurrency, I'll go over a few of the most popular cryptocurrencies and what is expected of them in the coming years, and finally I'll give my conclusive opinion on crypto as a whole.
I have been jumping back and forth in crypto for a while. I have made some decent money in the process. It's not an easy enterprise though, and I am by no means an expert. I just know how to do my research and am willing to take risks, and that has paid off. I want to share with you all of my knowledge and experiences with crypto and hopefully help you all along the way.
What Bitcoin actually is
Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency and a payment system invented by an unidentified programmer, or a group of programmers, under the name of Satoshi Nakamoto. Bitcoin was introduced on 31 October 2008 to a cryptography mailing list, and released as open-source software in 2009. The system is peer-to-peer, and transactions take place between users directly, without an intermediary. These transactions are verified by network nodes and recorded in a public distributed ledger called a blockchain. Besides being created as a reward for mining, bitcoin can be exchanged for other currencies, products, and services. Bitcoin is often called the first cryptocurrency, although prior systems existed. Bitcoin is the largest of its kind in terms of total market value.
The Beginnings of Crypto and Inflation
I am very invested in Cardona. I'm looking at Ethereum right now. but I think I can go back to the beginnings of crypto and at the moment I would argue that the majority of people know what it is and how to use it. It's something you may not be aware of, a kind of currency that's digital.
The reason crypto was invented in the first place is the fear of inflation of our cash. Fiat is the abbreviation for money we use every day. US Dollar, Yen, Pound, etc. I believe that Fiat is supported by resources.
If you are a rich person and don't have a bag of gold coins with you, prick right. The dollar, well, it's not what it once was on the gold standard. What I mean by that is that in the nineteenth century, and I think in the early twentieth century, the dollar was larger than it is today. It was a certificate and it was difficult at the time to carry large amounts of cash, so it was gold.
Every time you have one of these certificates, it has a value and you can take it to the bank and they can exchange it for what it is worth. So if the government thinks it can print more allowances, it doesn't have to worry about who pays for it and what's going on. The banks are the rich, smart guys who created these certificates, and they are the first version of current currency we see in our lives working.
They are willing to pay more for the currency, and the economy works because this type of trade is right. In short, when inflation gets bad, the government prints more money than people can consume. This reduces the value of the currency, because if you have more money, it will not be as valuable until people find out what it is for. This is why inflation is getting worse than it already is. Oftentimes, this type of scenario happens when the government has low control over the economy. This makes it so that the government is willing to print more money, which increases inflation. One of the best ways to avoid inflation is to have a strong economy, which can be done by increasing trade with other countries. The more countries that are involved, the more the currency will be worth! By trading with specific currencies, you can increase the value of your currency, which will prevent inflation.
When they run out of currency, and they do not like what they see, they decide to create a decentralised currency so that the regulations imposed on it do not change the number that people can make in the future.
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What is Content Repurposing?
Content repurposing is when you take existing content and use it in different ways. It can be used to create new content that can be posted on different places, show off a different side of your character. For example, your blog can be repurposed into a podcast, and your podcast can be repurposed into a video series. You might also use it to expand on your personality and clarify the tone of your writing to your readers.
Content repurposing is crucial for creators and marketers who rely on posting fresh and unique content at least weekly.
Content repurposing is a strategy that lets you reuse your existing content for different purposes. This way you can save time, money and have better overall results.
What does content repurposing mean? Repurposing means that you can use the same content for a different purpose. It’s a great way to use the same content multiple times, but with a slightly different angle. Repurposing can be used for a variety of different content formats. Such as; Video, blog, podcast, white papers, webinars, presentations, audio, social media, and so much more.
Content Repurposing is a great way to make the most out of your content. It's almost a given that creating content for your business is going to be a long process. Especially if you're trying to write high quality, engaging content that will resonate with your target audience. But the real question is: what do you do with that content after you've created it? Do you just leave it there? Do you just publish it once and then forget about it? Content repurposing is a great way to make the most out of your content. It's almost a given that creating content for your business is going to be a long process. Especially if you're trying to write high quality, engaging content that will resonate with your target audience.
Where can you Repurpose Content?
There are many scenarios where you’d need to repurpose content. Some are more recognisable than others but there is a place for many repurposing opportunities depending on your current situation, goals, and existing content to work with.
Perhaps you’ve created an amazing blog post, but it’s taking up space on your company’s blog. Maybe you wrote an article for your client about their product, but it’s not getting as much exposure as you’d like. It’s even possible you’ve got a project where you need some great content to fill holes in your schedule. Whatever the reason, repurposing content can be a big help!
Repurposing content is a more affordable, more efficient way of getting more exposure for your business. Repurposing can help you find great content for a wide range of scenarios.
What examples of Repurposing Content are there?
There are a literal infinite number of ways you can repurpose content. But as we said earlier it all depends on your goals, vision, and current content portfolio.
The most popular repurposing workflows are the following ideas:
1. Converting a video into a long-form blog post
2. Converting a podcast into a long-form blog post
3. Creating short clips from a video/podcast
4. Creating an audiogram from your podcast
5. Creating a twitter thread from your blog post
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However, repurposing content is not limited to these 5 workflows. Many more are available, and Spread will begin to look into these so you can automate 10x more of your content asap!
Repurposing is a crucial part of content marketing. In fact, content marketing is just a few steps behind SEO, but with one major difference. SEO is about making your site appealing to a search engine, whereas content marketing is about making your site appealing to your readers. Repurposing content allows you to reach a wider audience. Repurposing is the practice of taking your content and creating new content out of it. For example, if you have a blog post that talks about the benefits of using a guest posting service, you could take that blog post and turn it into a case study or blog post about the benefits of guest posting. Using a tool like ContentMarketer.io you can easily repurpose your content.
What is a content repurposing service?
A content repurposing is a service you pay for. The company will repurpose your content into more content for you. So you have a pipeline of content ready to post and use for to grow your business.
Content repurposing is a service that allows you to hire a team to create and manage a wide range of content for your business that is attractive and ready to publish and optimize on all major search engines, social media and digital platforms. With the help of repurposed content, you can easily spread your business’s message to a wider audience, get more traffic to your website, increase your brand influence, and enhance your SEO. Repurposing helps you build authority in your industry and stay ahead of your competitors, which in turn brings you more revenue.
There are two types of content repurposing services; manual & automated.
- Manual content repurposing is done by a solo-preneur individual or by a company of many employees.
- Automated content repurposing is done by a software or a platform (like this one!)
There are pros and cons to both manual and automated content repurposing - which we will get into in the next section!
Manual Content Repurposing
As mentioned above manual content repurposing is done completely (or mostly) by human processes. A solo-preneur, freelancer, or a company made of multiple employees will create and repurpose content from your existing content.
This process results in (usually) high quality content that can be more personalised to your existing brand and current content theme.
However, manual content repurposing services are extremely expensive, time consuming, and aren't scalable across multiple platforms. Generally speaking, manual content services are ideal for giant content creators who can afford the ever-long bill.
Manual content repurposing can only effectively work for those with large followings, content portfolios, and (most importantly) are revenue generating.
Automated Content Repurposing
Automated content repurposing is a recent phenomenon that emerged for the masses to escape the ever growing pains of manual content repurposing processes.
Automated content is ideal for small to medium creators, content marketers who use many mediums, and those without the budget to independently hire professionals.
The automated method allows users to use (AI) artificial intelligence, machine learning, and automated tools to repurpose content without much effort, across multiple platforms, and in no time.
The main benefits of automated content repurposing are:
- Fast turnaround time
- Create content at scale across multiple platforms
- Have more direct control over end result
- Ideal for small-to-medium sized creators
The main drawback of automated content repurposing platforms are that they may be hard to learn to use at first and that the final outcome might not be as high quality as a completely manual process.
Spread is an example of an automated content repurposing platform. We are one of the newest and best performing content repurposing platforms available on the market right now.