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Content Marketing – An Effective
way to Stand Apart
Marketing campaigns and goals of businesses should go hand in hand. Nothing stops
the business organization from reaching its targets if its marketing campaign is
customer-friendly. Content marketing is nothing but generating leads with the help of
Follow these steps before adopting any of the content marketing strategies:
1. a) Identify the target audience– Whether it is a product or a service, there are a
certain set of takers for the product/service. Not every product has a wide range of
audience. The marketing has to be thus tailored to each set of the target audience.
Otherwise, the whole effort of businesses may run in vain. But how to identify takers?
This is the underlying question of many B2B businesses and B2C businesses. There
are many tools that give insights to the audience. Sometimes it is the mere common
sense that helps businesses identify the target audience.
2. b) Set Goals– Don’t hit multiple targets at a time. It instills confusion in the strategy. For
start-ups, promoting their brand value and their product/service peculiarity should be the
top priority. For a well-established brand, customer retention should be the top priority. If
possible, categorize goals based on the target audience.
3. c) Look for a proper channel– Content marketing can be done using both Offline and
Online channels. Print Media and Outbound marketing come under offline marketing.
Print media helps in creating brand awareness in promotions. But it is very costly.
Outbound marketing is not a reliable way. So, digital marketing is comparatively reliable.
Social media channels, YouTube, Search engines, and Blogging sites are ready-made
channels where businesses have to dive in and swim.
Assess the capabilities of the marketing team and check whether resources are
required. This sets the ground for the start of content generation and marketing. Based
on the target audience and channels, generate content which is in sync with the defined
goals. Channels like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Pinterest are exploited by B2B
businesses and B2C businesses. But, only a few tops the list of successful marketers.
What the others lack is an ‘Effective Content’ along with the marketing of it. Social
media channels require short and clear content. Blogs require a mixture of descriptive
content and pictorial content. Facebook and Twitter have user-engagement only when
there are relevant posts.
If businesses want to build a brand value, then they should leave no stones unturned
while publishing their posts. Millennials love Infographic and Video-based content.
Children and Toddlers love Cartoon-themed content. Parents love to read blogs. So,
tailor content based on channel and target audience.
If businesses are willing to generate sales through web channels and social media
channels with effective content marketing, then they got to generate Call to Action
content which should be relevant to the target audience.