Content Marketing Basics

Your Content Marketing Strategy: Develop Relevant and Compelling Content Targeting Your Ideal Customers

You know that they will have done serious homework before they contact you. This presents a great opportunity.

Educate them about your industry, about possible solution choices, about best practices, and about the right questions to ask. Do this before they ever call you or walk through your front door.

In this way, you have already begun a relationship that that will make it easier for them to buy. That’s what content marketing is all about.

By delivering content that is vital and relevant to your target market you will begin to take on an important role in their lives.

This applies to your online, print, and in-person communications. And it’s the same role that media company newspapers, magazines, TV, radio, conferences, workshops, and websites have played in the past. Now it’s time for your organization to play that role.

How do you deliver great content that will attract and retain loyal customers?

That’s easy. Simply start thinking like a publisher.

What does it mean to think like a publisher?

When you boil it down, publishing is simple to explain:

  • First, define a critical group of buyers
  • Second, determine what information they really need and how they want to receive it
  • Third, deliver that critical info to that core group of buyers in the way they want it
  • Forth, continually measure how well you’re doing and adjust as you go

For a publisher, success means selling lots of ads. For a marketer who begins to think like a publisher, success means attracting and retaining lots of customers

We will teach you how to develop a content marketing strategy that delivers measurable results. More customers. More sales. More money on the bottom-line.

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