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Sick of BORING Content? Try these!

FUN Alternatives for Boring Content – 

You don’t have to hire a makeup artist or memorize a script — you can make something fun like this! Watch my very first effort, and then I’ll tell you about it…..

I gave myself about 3 hours to watch their very good teaching videos and make this whiteboard. I know — the sound could have been better and I could have timed things a little closer, but  it really WAS pretty easy (contrary to just about every program out there that SAYS they’re easy).  The program is called Sparkol Video Scribe, and now I feel inspired! I’m gonna try it again and get better at it because it is is so fun to do and definitely not boring content!

The great thing about whiteboards is that they deliver your key points in actual writing rather than just hearing them in a video, so people are listening, watching, and actually reading your message AND staying involved right to the end.

Another alternative that I like watching if they are well done are Slideshares.

When you have a message that takes some time to get across, slides can hold attention while engaging a little brainpower from your reader. The big thing about slideshares is that they need to be very logical from one slide to the next — no big leaps; just a steady progression. David Laubner did a really good job of it and invited everyone to share, which means his creation is all over the place.

Last but not least, lots of people enjoy taking a look at Instagrams, and you can use a template and build your own. Here’s an instagram that friend and web designer Chris Green made just for this blog — it’s all about content:
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And here’s my final very short effort with my thanks for watching:

 Won’t you please share this post with a friend who could use some new ideas for content?

Thanks once again to Chris Green, expert web developer and designer, for his research and excellent graphic skills.
Read more about him on our “Expert Contributor” page. 

Statistical Information was taken from the following sources:
AOL & Nielsen, Content Marketing Institute, Hanley Wood, eConsultancy, Forrester, Custom Content Council, eMarketer, Blogging.org, Content+, HubSpot, UCLA, Voltier Digital, Huffington Post, Pulse, Content Marketing Association, Zabisco, Stanford Persuasive Technology Lab, SEOmoz, Simply Measured, Ooyala / Ipsos, Marketing Sherpa, MDG Advertising, Prestige

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  1. Eddie says:

    I think everything posted made a great deal of sense. However, what about this? sppose you wrote a catchier post title?

    I mean, I don’t want to tell you how to run your blog, but what if you added something that makes people desire more?
    I mean Sick of BORING Content? Try these! | AdHelper is kinda plain. You ought to look at Yahoo’s one page and
    note how they create article headlines to get people interested.
    You might add a video or a picture or two to grab people interested about what you’ve written. In my opinion, it could bring your posts a little bit more interesting.

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