Need a little marketing inspiration? Here are a few creative marketing ideas from the brilliant minds of our own Haiku Deck community. (We’ll be trying a few of these ourselves!)

1. Create a list of your favorite resources.

What are your favorite sites for curating content? Where do you go to keep yourself up to date on the latest marketing news and trends? Here’s a fantastic example deck from Catherine Pham of The Seen, showcasing her top 30 content marketing blogs and what they’re about.

TOP 30 Content Marketing Blogs – Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires

2. Repurpose your blog content.

By transforming your blog posts into Haiku Decks, you’re not only providing your audience with a fresh new perspective on the blog post, but you’re also creating a piece of content with visual impact that can be shared across your social media channels in multiple ways. “Content Repurposing” by Niki Payne of Bruce Clay, Inc. is a great example of how she took information in her original blog post and transformed it into a Haiku Deck.

Content Repurposing – Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires

3. Share your expert tips.

What are you an expert at, or want to be known as an expert for? Showcase your skill set, offer your expert tips, or create a helpful guide. Here’s a great example from social media enthusiast John Walker, featuring ten useful tips for social media marketing.

10 Tips For Social Media Marketing Success – Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires

4. Promote your next podcast.

Kelly Mitchell and Debra Trappen host weekly podcasts and use Haiku Deck to create an attractive image that is then shared across their social media networks along with information about where, when and how people can tune in. Learn more about how you can use Haiku Deck to promote your next podcast here.

5. Recap a Twitter chat.

Compared to sharing a transcript of the Twitter chat, a Haiku Deck recap is a quick and easy way for sharing the main highlights from the chat. We love Lisa Buyer‘s combination of imported images she’s created on her own for each Twitter chat question, with screenshots taken right from Twitter highlighting answers from chat participants.

#SEOchat – Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires

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How do you use Haiku Deck?

Leave us a comment below on the different ways you use Haiku Deck for social media and marketing. And as usual, if you have any questions, we’re here to help!