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Content Marketing 101

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Learn the basics of content marketing, plus some tips and tools for launching your own content marketing efforts today.

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Content Marketing 101

  2. 2. Content marketing Content marketing is a strategic marketing approach focused on creating and distributing valuable, relevant, and consistent content to attract and retain a clearly-defined audience — and, ultimately, to drive profitable customer action. -Content Marketing Institute
  3. 3. Reasons to Use Content Marketing  Generate leads  Increase sales  Increase awareness  Retain existing customers  Attract new customers
  4. 4. Content Marketing: You’ve Seen It Blogs Social Media Podcasts Videos Infographics Charts & Graphs White Papers Webinars Email Newsletters
  5. 5. Step 1: Create a Content Strategy Items to Include in Your Strategy:  Your goal  Your audience  The content channels where your audience hangs out  Categories that would be of interest – and bring value – to your audience 60% of the most effective B2C marketers have a documented content strategy - Content Marketing Institute
  6. 6. Step 2: Keep Your Eye on the Prize Keep your identified goal in mind when creating/writing/filming/editing all your content. Ask this question: How does this piece of content help me reach my goal?
  7. 7. Goal: Increase sales by 5% Blogs: 5 Ways to Use [Your Product] Social Media: Share valuable news or information + drive to your website/store Infographic: Benefits of [your product] White paper: Study shows [your product] is amazing Example of Keeping Your Eye on the Prize
  8. 8. Step 3: Measure, Measure, Measure Keep track of what content your audience is responding to – and what they’re not. • Which social media post gained the highest engagement – clicking, sharing, liking or ♥ing? The lowest? • Which blog post gained the most traffic? The least? • Which video got the most views? Adjust your content to reflect what your customers – and potential customers – want.
  9. 9. Get Started Here’s your calendar for 2017 with some major events you can work into in your content. They’re relevant to large groups of people. Now write in events or holidays specific to your industry. Example: If you’re a pet groomer, National Dog Day is Aug. 26.
  10. 10. Get Started Here are some tips and tools to consider when you’re planning and creating your content. Remember: all content should support your goal.
  11. 11. Visit for more marketing insights or to schedule a free consultation call.