Content Curation is the process of researching, archiving, and sharing content with your audience to establish your authority and grow influence.
Every content writer is familiar with the struggle of producing better content. All of us have been there at some point in time. The good news is that there are a few strategies that can help you become excellent and efficient in what you do.
But first, we need to understand why content is important. In one sentence, I can tell you that in order to make any business successful, you need to have your own following, readers, consumers or buyers who follow your every move and are loyal to you.
To build that following, you have to engage your audience with meaningful and relevant content. The million dollar question is how can you achieve this? By being in front of your consumers, through a variety of channels where you will then be able to capture and hold their attention.
Content producers often struggle with the lack of original resources to produce solid, relevant and unique content, all of which takes time. This is why I decided to share with you some insiders’ secrets and take you behind the creative curtain.
No matter how small or big your business, with these 5 ideas you should be able to produce quality content quickly, and frequently.
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Our latest weekly #AtomicChat focused on the bottlenecks of content marketing and welcomed Brody Dorland, co-founder of DivvyHQ, as our special guest.
The first question to kick off the conversation was to define the bottlenecks of content marketing that one may encounter. Brody, for DivvyHQ, listed 3 typical cases.
Last night, we were honored to have Joe Pulizzi, founder of Content Marketing Institute, featured on our #AtomicChat. Based on one of his most recent articles, we wanted to learn more about mid-year content marketing checklists and resolutions.
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