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.
The single biggest challenge faced by many online marketer and sales persons: They cannot write or design for nuts.
And that is a major problem in today’s copy-centric digital age.
Content marketing is now one of the most important strategies in marketing. Unfortunately, it may also confuse the heck out of you.
What types of content should you publish and distribute? When, how and where should these be presented to your target audiences?
Is your brand story as compelling as The Hunger Games? (source of image)
Struggling to grab the attention of your prospect? Finding it a challenge to attract customers to your business?
Perhaps you’ve been telling the wrong story – if at all.
Thanks to a recent episode of the terrific Perpetual Traffic podcast, I learned how we can craft a compelling story to capture the hearts – and wallets – of our audiences.
Do you know that customer experience still rules in 2017? Or that companies are putting more of their money behind content and social media marketing?
Published in conjunction with Adobe, Econsultancy’s latest APAC Digital Trends report for 2017 revealed that 23% of companies placed the highest emphasis on creating ‘valuable’ customer experiences.