Content marketing is still steadily holding on to its role as a strategic marketing approach. But there is still a big challenge convincing business owners that it requires focus on doing two things consistently
It’s not a secret that by 2019 80% of all web traffic will be video, so what does that mean for your business? In this blog post we are rounding up the most obvious mistakes that entrepreneurs do when it comes to producing marketing videos.
So how can you be a storytelling entrepreneur? We have listed a handful of guide questions below that should be enough to bring you closer to the golden age of your storytelling journey.
There are different ways of telling a story. For everyone else, stories can be random and quick as long as it is relevant to the people having conversations. But for an entrepreneur, there has to be a purpose. There has to be a reason for our stories. We need tools to make our storytelling structured, intentional and purposeful.
Does it ever cross your mind, what are the questions you need to ask your customers? Yes, it matters that you know what they are looking for, the problems that they are trying to solve. How do they measure success and how would your brand bring them closer to that success.
Since mobile devices are pocket-friendly gadgets, make sure you design content that is pocket-friendly. Things that your target audience can carry around and can easily remember. The more they remember your content, the more they talk about it with their friends.
Personalized content caters to more than half of online users, and it has no signs of slowing down. But are you keeping up as digital marketing matures to a whole new level? Creating content that is tailored to what your consumer needs and where they are on the buying process is key to having a successful content strategy.
As small brands, our discipline in execution is what would allow us to go big in our strategy. Content strategy for small brands is like diet and exercise; if you want results, you need to invest. The challenge for small brands is not the lack of time but lack of focus.
It is a given that not everyone is gifted with the skill of storytelling. More so in the B2B landscape, we have more sellers than storytellers. And that makes more sense because in this day and age businesses have to sell. By any form, we all need to sell. But can selling be an out-of-the-box experience both for the seller and the buyer? How do you make this build longer relationships, instead of once in a lifetime deals?