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How to Create a Killer Content Strategy

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If your company is like most, you’ve probably tried some type of content marketing. Maybe you’ve written a few blog posts or launched an infographic. Maybe you’ve even published some e-books, whitepapers, or videos on YouTube.

No matter where you are in your content marketing journey, however, you probably could — and want to — do more.

How to Create a Killer Content Strategy goes in-depth on how to do just that. It includes new tips and insights from four of content marketing’s biggest names: Jay Baer, Jason Miller, Ann Handley, and Chris Penn.

It's divided into three sections:

Phase 1: Research and Plan. This section helps with questions like: what form should my content marketing pieces take? How do I time the launch of my best content projects? How can I better use data to inform my content creation process?

Phase 2: Create Assets. This section explains how content creators (from writers to videographers) should work together throughout the process. It also discusses the importance of outside editing and repurposing central content assets in smaller chunks.

Phase 3: Share and Measure. After all that work creating your content, how do you improve performance? It’s all in how you share and measure. This section looks at how to better communicate with your sales team, how to boost your content through paid means, and how to learn from your metrics for next time.

Download the full e-book (https://kapost-files-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/direct/1433548649-24-2492/How_to_Create_a_Killer_Content_Strategy__2_.pdf)  — and check out the companion e-book How to Measure Your Content Marketing (https://www.salesforce.com/form/pdf/how-to-measure-content-marketing.jsp?d=70130000000iJNr&nc=70130000000iJNr) for our complete content marketing roadmap.

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How to Create a Killer Content Strategy

  1. 1. How to Create a Killer Content Strategy Insights from Jason Miller, Jay Baer, Ann Handley, and Chris Penn
  2. 2. Phase 1: Research and Plan “Content strategy is a combination of inspiration, creativity, and owning a conversation.” - Jason Miller, Senior Manager of Content Marketing, LinkedIn
  3. 3. Phase 1: Research and Plan When researching new content, ask: ● What big conversations are my prospects and customers a part of? ● How competitive are those conversations? ● Can I disrupt that space and/or dominate it? -Jason Miller
  4. 4. Phase 1: Research and Plan “Where do your passions and content marketing goals meet? That’s the gateway to your best content marketing idea ever.” -Jason Miller
  5. 5. Phase 1: Research and Plan “The goal of any major content marketing initiative is not to create great content, but to improve your business because of that great content. That’s why it is so critically important to understand the customer journey before the content is produced.” Jay Baer, bestselling author of Youtility, founder of Convince & Convert
  6. 6. Phase 1: Research and Plan When creating a customer journey, consider: ● Is your content targeted to people who have no relationship with the company (or maybe no awareness at all)? ● Is it targeted to people who have heard of your business, but have never tried the product, done a demo, etc.? ● Or is it targeted to people who have already “kicked the tires,” and this content is intended to push them the last mile toward becoming an official lead (or sale)? -Jay Baer
  7. 7. Phase 1: Research and Plan “Content success at the strategic, business level: knowing what a content consumer is likely to know about your business before reading/watching/downloading, and specifying precisely what you want them to do after they experience the magic of your content.” -Jay Baer
  8. 8. Click here to download the FREE e-book! Ready to get started?
  9. 9. Phase 2: Create Assets “Reframe the idea to relate it to your readers. Why does it matter to them? Ask yourself, ‘So what?’ and then answer, “Because...” Repeat that ‘so what/because’ query and response string as many times as necessary.” Ann Handley, Chief Content Officer of MarketingProfs, author of Everybody Writes
  10. 10. Phase 2: Create Assets When writing marketing content, don’t forget to... ● Think about what structure helps communicate your point. A how-to guide? A client narrative? Case study? ● Spend as much time on the headline as you do on the writing itself. Respect the headline. ● Have someone else edit. Ideally, the person who edits your piece will have a tight grip on grammar, usage, style, and punctuation. Like a bona fide editor. -Ann Handley
  11. 11. Phase 2: Create Assets “Imagine the one person you’re helping with this piece of writing. And then write directly to that person. There is no one way to write, just as there is no one way to roast a turkey or raise a child.” -Ann Handley
  12. 12. Phase 3: Share and Measure “‘Build it and they will come’ has been dead for quite some time. It is relevant in the early days of any new platform, from SEO in the late 1990s to the newest social network, but once the early days are done, ‘build it and they will come’ ceases to be meaningful.” Chris Penn, Vice President of Marketing Technology, SHIFT Communications
  13. 13. Phase 3: Share and Measure Three factors play a role in the spread of every infectious disease. Think about making your content marketing infectious (in a good way): ● Transmission: Don’t limit yourself to one distribution method. ● Symptoms: This is how your content spreads. How optimized is it for sharing? ● Severity/lethality: How fast does your content burn out? How quickly does your audience lose attention? -Chris Penn
  14. 14. Phase 3: Share and Measure “If you create content that is entirely topical (for example, newsjacking blog posts) and nothing timeless, then your content will always burn out quickly. If you create nothing but timeless content, it will lack the engaging vigor needed to convince people to share.” -Chris Penn
  15. 15. Go Forth and Make Great Content As your content marketing skills improve, you’ll create content that fires on all cylinders: ● Engages your audience ● Gets lots of love on social media ● Inspires comments and conversation ● Drives leads, clicks, or other metrics you care about ● Inspires existing customers to stick with your business
  16. 16. Get the Full E-Book Download our free e-bookHow to Create a Killer Content Strategy for step-by-step flowcharts to guide your content strategy every step of the way. You’ll also get more quotes and advice from these experts.
  17. 17. Click here to download the FREE e-book! Want the rest of the story?