How To Create Great Content
by David Anderson
It’s the idea right?
What’s absolutely crucial about content creation is understanding what your audience is really interested in. What they will positively react to.
We believe that subscribing to a customer-first philosophy is a today’s communications is an imperative. The very premise behind smart “content” is to support your audience’s needs by answering their key questions and satisfying their need for research and discovery.
In order to do this, it is imperative that organizations understand their brand’s present position in the marketplace, their competition and what efforts/messages have already been sent to their customers.
Do us a favor and examine your existing content and ask: “Are you talking about yourself, your product, or the service it provides to the enablement and success of your customers?”
The object of content creation is simple: to provide information and stories that are of organic value to your prospects and existing customers.
In order to maximize the value of your content output, you must also consider the marketing activities surrounding your existing assets. Well-timed content that educates prospects on topics related to your offerings will enable sales effectiveness.
At the end of the day it’s all about the idea. And will it resonate if pointed in the right direction and said with verve.