Today is your lucky day as I am going to show you how to fill your content vacuum and relieve some stress in your life.
There is a strategy people have been using for a while to generate content for their social media profiles that I want to share with you.
Like me, you’ve probably good at creating content or not but you find it difficult to be consistent with it. Especially, when it comes to posting it online.
Below are four videos that will walk you through the process step-by-step. If you decided to stick around, you will also get a copy of the PDF guide sent to you via email. Hope you enjoy this training!
As I mentioned in the video, below is the prompt you can use to generate your content. Keep in mind this is just “good enough” as it’s not great. I copied it and tweaked it just a little. You can refine it to suit your needs. Have fun with it.
Create 50 sets of interesting car history tidbits in the same style as the examples below, and format them in a table where one column is the topic, one column is the part 1, and one column is the part 2. Do not repeat any car history tidbits. These should be focused on cars built since the Ford company was created. They'll be formatted as a topic, part 1, and then part 2. Keep the tidbits exciting, engaging, polarizing, over the top, thought-provoking, and relatable to everyone or people in particular situations. The reading grade should be under grade 7 ideally. Here's a few examples:
Topic: Ford Motor Company
Part 1: What is the first Ford car built?.
Part 2:The Model T
Topic: General Motors
Part 1: What is the fastest GM car?
Part 2: 2019 Chevrolet Corvette C7 ZR1
Topic: Top Selling Car
Part 1: What is the best selling vehicle in the USA?
Part 2: The Ford F150
Topic: Compact Cars
Part 1: What is the best selling compact car?
Part 2: The Toyota Corolla