Would a content hackathon help with the challenge of coming up with great content ideas? Would it help with the difficulty and cost associated with bringing together design, development, copy, and promotion to actually bring our ideas to life? From start to finish, a feature content piece or website resource can take months to complete, and many more months to promote within your industry. But what if you could cut the time it takes to produce an amazing piece of content from months to 48 hours? Is it even possible? The short answer is…yes!
Without context, some people will dismiss your storytelling as garbage. And not because it is! Context helps readers connect with the finer points of your story. Storytelling, content marketing … whatever you want to call it … if it doesn’t resonate, if it doesn’t connect or hit someone in the face or in the heart, it may fall flat. Your content should tell the most amazing story ever, but if your context isn’t on point, it’s going to miss the mark.
When it comes to Facebook content, one thing we always hear from clients is, “I have no idea what to post to Facebook.” Or, “I have nothing to post to Facebook.” While you may not know what to post, trust me, there are plenty of types of content you can post to try to capture your community’s interest — and entice engagement! Use this quick tip guide, with six tips for creating better Facebook content, to ensure you never have to wonder what to post again.
Surely, if you’ve graced the “halls” of Facebook, you’ve seen — or taken — a quiz that tells you what Game of Thrones character you’re most like, or what your favorite color says about your personality, or how your speech dictates where you’re from. These popular quizzes are just one form of interactive content, and one of many ways to keep readers and your target audience spending more time with your brand. Think it’s hard to get started with interactive content? Think again.
I’m scrambling to create better content this year. Are you? With organic traffic in a downward spiral, Content Shock, and an onslaught of posts, memes and articles on just about everything, it’s time for a major change. You can go out there and Google the secrets to success, OR, you can read these three content marketing books by the experts.