Episode 50

5 Tips for Being a Consistent Content Creator and Why It Matters

by | Jun 23, 2021 | Podcast | 1 comment

As content creators, we all know how important quality content is for success. Just as important as the quality, is the consistency of your content. In the solo episode, I’ll be sharing 5 tips to help you stay consistent, build more trust with your audience, and create raving fans.

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    People on Twitter Who Do “Consistency” Really Well

    James Pierce – Twitter
    Listen to Episode 4 with James

    Ryan Biddulph – Twitter
    Listen to Episode 8 with Ryan

    Daniel AKA Cold Email Wizard – Twitter
    Listen to Episode 10 with Daniel

    Dallen Reber – Twitter
    Listen to Episode 18 with Dallen


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    Show Notes

    After several years of failing at blogging, I know just how difficult it can be to stay consistent with content creation.

    This failure wasn’t a lack of quality content. I had put a ton of effort into creating high-quality, helpful content for readers.

    Where I failed was my inability (or unwillingness) to stay consistent with it.

    When I launched the Nine-Five Podcast, I made it my mission to stay consistent. I didn’t want my podcast to end up like my blog.

    I’m not going to dive into all the points discussed in the episode in the show notes, so if you want to hear my 5 Tips for Staying Consistent, make sure you listen to the episode!


    Key Points Discussed in This Episode


    In this episode, I discuss WHY consistency matters as a content creator and as a brand, 5 tips for staying consistent, and some exciting new things coming to the Nine-Five Podcast and the Nine-Five brand as a whole.


    Here are the main points discussed in the episode:

    • Why consistency matters
    • 5 tips to make you a more consistent content creator
    • News and udpates coming to the Nine-Five Podcast

    I’m hoping to bring even MORE content and MORE value to Nine-Five Nation, so I’m really excited to hear what you guys think about the new content coming to the Nine-Five Podcast.

    Shoot me a DM on Twitter (@ninefivefree) or Instagram (@ninefivefree) and let me know what your thoughts on the new upcoming format!

    I Want to Know…

    What do you struggle with most when it comes to content creation?

    Leave a comment below and let me know!



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