As a content marketing strategist, I write a lot of content. And sometimes, I hit a wall.
When that happens, I do not scream, shout or sulk. Instead, I do what comes naturally to me. I may take a walk, catch 40 winks, or grab a coffee.
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When was the last time you did something truly creative? How did it feel?
Whichever profession you are in, you will experience days of creative famine. These are the horrifying days when you feel stuck in a rut, unable to cough out anything faintly imaginative or intriguing.
If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?
Likewise, a well-crafted Business to Business (B2B) blog or website with great content is futile if you do not get any visitors.
What I’m going to share with you may blow your mind. Especially if you’re a consumer psychology geek like me.
Before I begin, let me share that I’m a huge fan of Digital Marketer and their Perpetual Traffic podcast. Each week, I’ll tune in and listen to their awesome podcast and learn something new about Facebook advertising or other dimensions of paid traffic.
Do you know that adopters of content marketing experience six times as many conversion as non adopters?
Imagine that you’re a client of a digital marketing agency (or any marketing agency for that matter).
Something screws up during your campaign. The visuals look awful. The copy is off-brand. The response is lacklustre.
Content marketing is fast becoming the most important strategy for companies these days.
Companies of all sizes – from one-man startups to sprawling MNCs – are tapping on the power of customer-centric content to generate brand awareness, attract leads and drive sales.