CONTENT MARKETING STATISTICS 

OF BUSINESSES ARE ALREADY USING CONTENT MARKETING

OF INTERNET USERS LIKE TO READ BLOGS

OF CMOS BELIEVE CONTENT IS THE FUTURE OF MARKETING

OF B2B MARKETERS OUTSOURCE WRITING.

BLOG CONTENT MARKETING

This is done by making sure that your website is targeting the right geographically relevant keywords. This helps give the search engines all the right local signals.

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EBOOK CONTENT MARKETING

Ebooks can be five pages long or thirty pages long, but they must offer value. A lot of ebooks I’ve read spend so much time talking about why the business advertising it is so great that they don’t actually offer real solutions. This won’t convince users to convert later on. While you can offer your product as a solution to a problem, that shouldn’t be more than 10% of the ebook (and really, 5% is typically plenty). Great examples can be found here and here.

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VIDEO CONTENT MARKETING

Video isn’t always associated with “content marketing,” but it should be. It’s is dynamic, it’s engaging, and more users are watching video than reading text so we need to include it in our content marketing strategy. This is particularly true for both tutorials and product content; 4x more users would rather watch a video about a product than read about it.

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INFOGRAPHIC MARKETING

Infographics allow you to pack a ton of information into one image in a way that is visually interesting and easily digestible. If you’ve got fifteen different statistics from a case study, for example, which would you rather see: an infographic with visual representations, charts, and graphics next to the stats

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CONTENT STRATEGY

A content strategy is a long-term plan of action that’s designed to help you achieve your marketing goals. If you try to “do content” without one, there will be blood –and very expensive mistakes

EDITORIAL PRODUCTION

Our in-house team of editors manage a global editorial network of award-winning content creators, from top journalists to niche influencers. We help brands to hand-pick the perfect team.

CREATIVE CONTENT

We have a extraordinarily talented in-house creative team and a network of visual artists ready to bring any story to life with bespoke illustrations, photographs, animations and infographics.

VIDEO PRODUCTION

We specialise in video production for YouTube and social networks, creating product and brand films that are inspiring, entertaining and shareable.

INFLUENCER MARKETING

Once we have corrected your on-site issues, we’ll then begin our manual outreach process to attain relevant back links and build your site authority.

SSOCIAL MEDIA MANAGEMENT

Content is the currency of social media – but it needs to be published and promoted thoughtfully. Our social team knows the new formats and right time to post, and how to manage communities effectively.

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Our Process

We make everything easy for our clients. Our 5-step process is simple, clear and hassle-free.

1

ONBOARDING

You share insights into your SEO strategy and we walk you through the full process.

2

IDEATION

We present you with a carefully developed content idea and will only move forward once you’re happy to get started.

3

PRODUCTION

We develop compelling research, copy and visual assets that publications will be thrilled to share.

4

REVIEW

You review and provide feedback on the assets, and we make the final changes.

5

PROMOTION

We reach out to journalists, bloggers and online publishers that are likely to want to share your content. You get a full report once the promotion is finished.

CONTENT MARKETING FAQ

What Types of Businesses Can Content Marketing Help?

Small and large businesses in virtually every industry use content marketing to their advantage. From major consumer brands and retail stores to tech companies and service-oriented businesses, content marketing can help you reach out to your target audience.

Both business-to-consumer (B2C) and business-to-business (B2B) companies have developed successful content marketing strategies. The techniques and goals vary between B2B and B2C companies, but that doesn’t make content marketing any less effective.

How Can Content Marketing Benefit My Business?

The beauty of content marketing is that it serves multiple purposes. Depending on your goals and the type of content you create, it could boost your brand in several different ways.

First, content marketing can increase awareness of your brand, especially if the material you produce has an educational angle. As customers get to know your brand and the value that it provides through high-quality content, you can also increase customer loyalty. As you grow your brand’s base, you can also generate website traffic and drive sales.

Can Content Marketing Generate Leads for My Business?

With the right strategy in place, you can use content marketing to generate a steady stream of new leads for your business. While most brands offer content like blog posts, articles, and videos free of charge, they also create high-level content, such as white papers, case studies, and eBooks to serve as lead magnets. Then they require readers to opt in to a mailing list before gaining access to the high-level content.

Once you’ve gained permission to email interested customers, you can introduce your leads to your sales funnel. As your leads discover and engage with your other content marketing efforts, they may convert from potential to current customers.

What’s the Most Common Content Marketing Mistake?

For most businesses, the biggest content marketing mistake is jumping in without a coherent strategy. Like any type of marketing, you need a plan to get the results you want from content marketing. Launching a blog and producing posts regularly may never help you achieve your objectives if you don’t know what you want to accomplish or how to get there.

To develop an effective content marketing strategy, you’ll need to understand who your target audience is, what kinds of content they want, and how your brand can offer the greatest value to your audience. Many businesses opt to create buyer personas so they can get to know their target audience and design content that’s sure to resonate.

Is Content Marketing the Same as Social Media Marketing?

These two branches of marketing aren’t the same, but many businesses integrate their content marketing and social media marketing strategies. This synthesis helps brands ensure that they’re optimizing their marketing efforts.

While content marketing encompasses written, graphic, and video material that can live on your company’s website or any number of other places online, social media marketing takes place strictly on platforms like Facebook and Instagram. Many social media marketers build their editorial calendars around sharing links to content that their brands have created, as this practice can drive views and value.

How Can You Measure the Results of Content Marketing?

When you invest in a content marketing strategy, it’s essential to track the results and determine your return on investment (ROI). As a general rule, your goals determine the metrics you’ll track as you assess results.

For example, if you want to increase brand awareness, you might track website traffic, bounce rate, or social shares. If you want to generate leads, you’ll track the number of leads, conversion rates, and average time to close.

When Will I See the Results of Content Marketing?

Far from a short-term effort, content marketing is a long-term strategy. While you’re likely to see more social shares and new leads within the first few months of implementing your campaign, your ultimate goals should be long-term. Since your content can provide value for many years to come, consider it an asset that you’ll be able to use to build loyalty, generate leads, and drive sales far into the future.

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What Type of Content Should My Business Create?

While the right content balance varies from business to business, most brands consider a few essential types. Blog posts and articles tend to top out around 1,000 words and usually help readers understand how and why to use your product or service. Case studies, white papers, and eBooks are substantially longer and typically feature original research related to your industry. Infographics and videos generally explain and illustrate concepts that you simply can’t convey via text. Depending on your brand’s goals, you might include one, two, or all types of content in your strategy.

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