Writing Your Content Marketing Tips

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Is Your Content Marketing Working For You ?

First we need to answer a few questions about your content marketing writing and who are you writing for.

Being clear about who you are writing for and market you are targeting gives you a more precise idea of what your content should sound like.

Having Goals

Quick Question: Have you done your research before writing a word ?

You are writing for an audience and expect your audience to read your content. So, Therefore you need to know if their is an Audience!

The way you do this is by going over to Google Keyword Research Tool and search to see what words or phrases people are typing in related to what you would like to write about.

Here is a video I recorded that shows you how to do a keyword research to find these words and phrases.

Keyword Research Video -> How To Gain An Unfair Advantage Over Your Competition!

Next your going to look at how you will structure your story and how you will deliver your punchline and how you will keep your audience engaged and wanting to read more from your blog or website by subscribing to your newsletter.

The best way I found is to be yourself and let the creativity flow and worry about structuring afterwards but if you know how you will structure your content marketing it will save you valuable time.

If you struggle with this part of the content creation don’t worry it will come to you as you go along and take your business a little more seriously.

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Great content marketing have these elements in common:

  • Content is unique and not rehashed or copied from elsewhere.
  • The content is valuable and offers a specific solutions to a specific market.
  • Your content should educate your audience.
  • Your content should be easy to digest and should be written at an 8th grade level for anyone to understand.
  • Your content should have a call to action at the end whether it is guiding them to either another blog post, your newsletter or a product you are targeting in your content.
  • Your content should be written with your audience in mind and what they expect from your content. Put yourself in your audiences shoes and ask yourself the questions your readers are making when searching for your content and what they expect to find in the content.
  • Great content gets readers and subscribers to follow them and take action on what you recommend since they see you as an authority in your field and/or niche.

The Anatomy of a Perfect Blog Post

Marketing your Content:

  • Use bookmark services like socialadr.com
  • Social media marketing channels like Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest, StumbleUpon, and many others available.
  • Press Releases – Submit your content to Press Release sites.
  • Become a ghost writer to publish on other blogs and websites with a link back to your content on your site.
  • Use Facebook PPC, Micorsoft Ads Center PPC, Solo Ads, Youtube PPC to get traffic and leads.

Here is a great article I read this morning written by coppyblogger.com: Content Marketing: means creating and sharing valuable free content to attract and convert prospects into customers, and customers into repeat buyers.

Many are looking for ways to prevent getting penalized by Google and their algorithms. It is why we always make the effort to provide content as accurate as possible with valuable marketing tips and strategies which is an attribute your content should have as well.

Remember that writing content should be fun and if its a field you know well you will definitely enjoy and flow with your content.

Always think like your reader and write like yourself. by Lun Rey.

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Outsourcing Your Article Writing – 5 Signals Why To Outsource

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Are You Considering Outsourcing Your Content Marketing ?

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Are you a site owner which relies on unique quality fresh content to help you make money and bring traffic ? If so, you could do your own article writing.

This approach is great, but can outsourcing these articles justify you outsourcing ? In of a lot cases, you can.

In fact, here are five signs and the reason you should hire an outsourced writer for your website content are outlined below:

1 – Your Website Can Quickly Take Off If Done Correctly

Whether you have a website full of content or a website you use to sell a product or a service, content is always king.

It helps you generate a steady flow of traffic. This traffic will be needed to see an increasing profit. The more internet visitors who visit your website, the better your opportunities to making money.

Since content marketing is absolutely important, for this reason you should have a nice amount of it on your website.

The truth is, readers love to see fresh consistent content great to read and help them solve a problem. They are most likely to return to your website they know is regularly updated with valuable content.

As your website traffic continues to grow and sales continue to increase, you might not be able to keep up with the demand and the pace. In this case, you are recommended to hire an outsourced writer.

2 – You Want to Try Other Business Opportunities Online

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You want to sell a product, or a service or making money through affiliate programs or affiliate networks are just four of the ways available for you to make money online.

Do you want to increase your income or salary? If so, experiment with other money-making business opportunities.

Lamentably, you probably won’t be able to write ten new articles every week. If you think that you are being held back because of article content writing, Outsource the work.

What is great about hiring a professional web content writer is that they can write unique quality articles at a faster rate of speed than most of us. ( Speaking for Myself 🙂 )

3 – You Currently Have a Full-time Job

Yes, it is possible to make a full-time income running a blog website that is filled with ads or products for sale, but many are intimidated in doing so. Some find it too risky to quit their job to pursue an online business.

If you fit into this category, you could use the internet to make money part-time. Since you may not have time to keep your website or blog updated with unique quality articles, you need to consider outsourcing.

4 – You Have a Family That Requires Your Attention

If you have a family at home, you may not be able to devote 24 hours a day to running your online business website.

Possibly, you may not even have 8 hours to dedicate to your business. The best way to make money online, especially with websites and/or blogs, is to keep them freshly updated with great content.

Marketing can be time consuming. To ensure that you make money online, but also get to spend quality time with your family, outsourcing some of your article writing tasks.

Your family and you will be glad you did.

5 – Your Lazy And Don’t Want To Be Bothered With This Task

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The above mentioned reasons are all legitimate reasons for hiring an Outsourcer, but you really don’t even need a reason.

If you want to make money online, but without having to do any of the work yourself, outsourcing your content marketing is the way to go.

If you decide to outsource all or just a portion of your article writing projects, simply remember to keep profit in mind.

Quality articles are more than worth the acquired costs associated with outsourcing, but make sure you can profit from them.

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