Are you spending more advertising dollars on content marketing, but not going as far as you’d like to? Would you like to get more mileage out of your investment but don’t know how? If you answered ‘yes’ to either of these questions, you’re in luck. Indeed, businesses can take content marketing programs a very long way — right into the hearts and minds of prospects and customers. Here are some of the important strategies available to brand marketers.
Social Media Interaction. Create relevant, high-value content that sparks the interest of readers. Users often devour relevant messaging and fire back comments and shares – exactly the kind of engagement that screams out to search engines.
Satisfy the Search Engines. Propelling your website to the top of the search pages isn’t a guessing game. To be successful, businesses must have a pretty good idea of what customers are searching for. Content should then be tailored to satisfy this curiosity. Consistent, relevant content that pulls eyeballs to your sight makes your brand very popular with search engines and improves your rankings.
Create Magnetic Appeal. Enticing consumers to your website is half the battle. How you get them there is up to you. Popular vehicles are blogs, newsletters, videos, podcasts, or any of the million and one other choices. Whatever the channel, it must be loaded with content that stimulates engagement and drives traffic to your website.
Special Events. Whether delivered from booth, kiosk, exhibit, or stage, your real-world brand message must be consistent with your digital content.
From Page to Page. Sales materials should be tailored to take consumers from printed page to web page. Print collateral ideally triggers enough brand curiosity to drive readers to the richer marketing experience available on your site.
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