You didn’t know your receptionist did that, did you? Well, a receptionist can be a surprisingly good source of content marketing strategies and inspiration. This is because these front line agents know what your customers are concerned about and they probably have it written on a sticky note somewhere. Customer feedback is extremely valuable. Why […]
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When a site visitor starts reading an article, there are certain expectations that must be met. Oftentimes, these expectations are created by the title (headline) and what was said within the first paragraph. If the content doesn’t met those expectations, it becomes a failure in the eyes of readers. So, how do you write content […]
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Welcome to the second part of this 2-part series on how to transform your content into something outstanding your target audience will love. Your ultimate goal as a small business owner is to make money. This requires creating a level of trust with your audience. Then, when they’re ready to buy, they’ll choose you, their […]
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Over 200 million emails get sent out each and every minute, according to a HubSpot report? Plus, every minute of every day, 2.5 million content pieces get shared on Facebook, 220,000 pics go up on Instagram and 72 hours’ worth of videos get uploaded onto YouTube. With that much content going up every single minute […]
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Interested in becoming an influential blogger within your industry or niche? If you’re willing to blog regularly, and provide valuable information to your blog audience, you too can become an influencer among your target audience. This will require knowing who your target audience is, what they’re passionate about, what their needs are and how you […]
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Do you research your B2B content marketing topics online? Well, that works, as long as you don’t make it your exclusive source for content research. This will only lead you to publishing unoriginal content. Your B2B content marketing goal should be to create authentic, original content that engages your audience. So, how do you do this using more than just online research? Recognize and utilize the offline resources that lead to creating valuable content. 5 Offline Sources for B2B Content Marketing Here are five offline sources to help you develop valuable B2B online content marketing strategies: 1) Events Featuring Your Brand Image Source: linkedin.com Original content can easily be created by talking about activities and events your brand attends. All you have to do to turn this into original content, is write about it. Events help you get endorsements from others within your industry. They’re also valuable resources for showcasing your brand’s personality, as well as promoting it. So, the next time your company gets an industry recognition, hosts a picnic or sponsors a local event, write about it. 2) Experts as B2B Content Marketing Sources Does your company have opinionated experts or thought leaders who are passionate about your […]
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Or, Is It an Audience Problem? There has been a misunderstanding on the subject of dying content marketing strategy campaigns. On Wednesday, Kiesha Joseph posted an article on Examiner.com entitled, “It’s an audience problem, not your content marketing strategy.” It was an answer to the question: “Why are our content […]
Do you know the difference between a website and a blog? What purposes do each one generally serve? How do search engines place value on one verses the other? What is a website? A website is a group of webpages that are dedicated to the marketing of a particular brand, industry, niche, or set of products or services. Generally, the content on a website stays the same, which is called “static content.” The purpose of a website is to serve as a brand’s noticeboard. A website contains static webpages that are generally only changed for SEO purposes. The gist of the content remains the same, like the home page of Content Marketing Geek. Relevant content is written for each individual webpage of a website, based on the purpose of the webpage itself. And, that content pretty much stays the same. There are two basic exceptions to this rule: On-page SEO – There are times when website owners will change the wording of the content to re-optimize SEO. This is usually done to add better keywords, upgrade content quality, add SEO information to images, videos, etc… But, in general, the meaning behind the content remains the same. And, changes aren’t made […]
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Outsourcing content marketing brings traffic to your site, increasing your sales, without you having to do the work. Take a look at how successful Zappos, Dell, Bob Evans, LEGO and other companies have become from the results of digital media. This has allowed them to change their marketing standards to […]