How to Harness the Power of Quantum Collaboration to Create Superior Content [Video]

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TFOIQuantumIt’s a known fact – creating well-crafted, consistent content and putting it on your web site or blog builds traffic. The challenge is that most people feel overwhelmed by creating all that content. If you try to do it alone, it can be daunting.

I’ve found that the easiest way to create consistent, quality content is through the power of collaboration. Not only does collaboration help you share the burden of content creation with others, but also it creates a richer experience for your audience.

As you combine your strengths with those of others, you cover more bases and address more of your audiences’ needs.

There are various types of collaboration we see commonly online:

  • You could joint venture with someone by creating a piece of content for their audience while they do the same for yours. This could be in the form of webinars, teleclasses, articles, guest blogs, etc.
  • You could collaborate on a book where you write some of it and then get other people to contribute stories, chapters, quotes or resources.
  • You can create a web site and accept content from guest contributors. Or you can simply integrate other people’s videos into your content.

The Future of Ink is a perfect example of harnessing the power of collaboration to create a high quality web site. Ellen Britt and Denise Wakeman have blended their skills, resources and expertise on this project. They’ve also gone a step further by bringing you content from a group of experts.

Denise, Ellen and The Future of Ink are a perfect example of what I call Quantum Collaboration. This is a term I use to describe a collaboration that goes beyond barter, reciprocity or exchange. There’s no score-keeping in Quantum Collaboration.

It’s intuitive and flows from people combining their strengths in an easy, natural way. It comes from a place of caring, trust, shared values, and a genuine desire to bring the best to the world.

I recently interviewed Ellen and Denise about how they collaborate on The Future of Ink. The video below is a segment of that interview and is a classic example of the organic, almost dance-like nature of Quantum Collaboration.

As you watch this video, notice how instinctively Denise and Ellen work together and how they blend their strengths in a way that truly is magical.

Have you ever experienced a collaboration like this? One that works this smoothly? I’d love to hear your experiences. Please share them below.

Marnie Pehrson
Marnie Pehrson, the creator of IgnitePoint.com, is a best-selling author, speaker, and online publicist who helps Light Bearers build influential online platforms. Marnie is also a wife and mother of 6 and the author of 23 fiction and nonfiction titles.
Marnie Pehrson
Marnie Pehrson

Comments

  1. Marnie;
    Great content and a very needed message. I am going to make sure all of our new hires that are recent graduates read this.

    Thank you for the article.

    DocLou