Most people who will pitch you a content marketing strategy approach it the same way: pick a niche keyword, create regular content, get traffic coming in, and convert that traffic to your product. That's how content marketing works. But you don't get to really choose your niche - you're defined by the product or service … Continue reading Why Most Content Marketing Strategies Fail
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The remarkable rise of content marketing is a direct reflection of a digital, globalized economy. As borders fall, clients, products, and services can come from anywhere. While this can be a boon for all types of business, it also means that competition is no longer local or even national. Your product is competing against products … Continue reading All or Nothing: Why Written Content Is Essential