We’ve all heard the term ‘content is king’. We can see this in the digital space with such platforms as Netflix and Amazon (as well as others) starting to create original program content only available on their channels to drive viewers to their offerings. But this approach also holds true for small business also. Small businesses can do the same thing with their blogs, videos, eBooks, social media posts and infographics to capture the attention to clients and new potential customers.
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Including content marketing in your marketing strategy provides you with a relatively inexpensive way to engage with your potential clients and maintain a relationship with current clients. By providing your knowledge for free (or in return for your contact information) you are instantly generating value before the client makes a purchase. Because posting content online and indexing it in a search engine is virtually costless, the potential return on investment (ROI) for content marketing is high. Content marketing can not only help to engage new customers but also nurture the relationship with existing customers. Additionally, it can be an important component to essential word-of-mouth marketing by encouraging sharing, liking and commenting on social media which all contribute to increasing your audience and viewers.
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