Lists and surveys are the lowest of low-hanging fruit content, but many personalities still gravitate to those sources because show prep services tend to fill their sheet with it. Using lists for content is not a bad practice because there are interesting findings. But it is rarely compelling content when transferring a list like “The Top 10 Things People Do When Sleepwalking” to an on-air segment. Still, you can harvest lists for content if you curate it correctly in the show prep process.

How To Harvest Lists For Content


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