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Do you really know your target audience? One key element to crafting effective content marketing is developing a marketing persona backstory.
To celebrate our 1000th blog post here’s the basic seven step framework of an actionable marketing strategy where your ultimate goal as a marketer or business owner is to get prospects, customers and the public to engage with you and to develop a profitable relationship over time.
For small businesses, branding is like having a super power; it makes your firm stand out in a message-laden ecosystem. Many small businesses mistakenly think branding is expensive and leave it out of their core business plans. They miss the opportunity to position their firm. To develop to your organization’s brand identity (aka your super power), answer these ten questions. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog
Since roughly one out of six Google daily search queries have never been seen before, you must provide relevant content marketing about your organization, brands and products that your current customers need and prospects seek to make their purchase decisions. To ensure your content marketing efforts super charge your search optimization, here are seven actionable marketing tips. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog
Just as we celebrate Earth Day by setting up processes to preserve our natural resources – recycling and reusing products like paper, glass and plastic – content marketers must consider how to conserve their scarce resources, namely content, budget and employee time.
Similar to being green, content marketers can achieve their goals by rethinking how they use their limited business resources. Here’s a seven step plan to help you. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog