Content Creation For Your Company
Content achieves many things. It adds value to your customers, it communicates your key messages, it describes your products, it articulates your market difference, and it engages and informs your target audience. Companies need marketing, and marketing needs content to work.
But making content work for your organization requires skill and dedication. Companies need help not only delivering content projects but making sure they are creating the right content in the first place.
Let's Get Creative!
At Content Marketing Consultancy, we offer a range of content creation solutions to support your content marketing goals.
Our end-to-end services support your organization at all stages of the marketing and content creation process.
Each service program draws on the core principles and deep expertise of Content Marketing Consultancy, and represents best-in-class practice for your industry.
From strategy through ideation to execution and distribution, we work with you and your team in a hands-on, detailed way to execute against your marketing vision.
Services and Support
Content Strategy - We work out exactly what kind of content to produce and why.
Creative Development - We enrich your strategy with creativity.
Content Creation - From magazine-style editorial to sales enablement content, we craft your content with care.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) - Striving for page one? You’re in the right hands.
Design & UX Development - We make you look fabulous.
Content Distribution - We get your content out into the world.
Content Measurement - We measure performance every which way we can.
Social Media Management - We keep it lively on those social channels.
Website Development - We bring out our hard hats and get to work on your site.
Email Marketing - We get great content in front of your prospects.
Paid Search (PPC) - We spend your advertising budget wisely.
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How you build your plan is dependent on numerous factors—the size and structure of your company, your comfort level with content creation, and the degree to which you are invested in content marketing as a practice.
No-one is forcing your company to maintain a blog as part of your content marketing strategy. But not to blog consistently is a missed opportunity for your organization.
Reframe your organization's approach to content. View content both as an infrastructure cost and as an asset that yields over time.
Expressed well, opinion will lend an edge and appeal to your organization's content. Wherever you have an opportunity, take a stance.
Once companies understand what they are spending on content, it's time to consider ways of driving efficiency from that investment.
There's a lot that goes into creating your content schedule, but don't make things more difficult than they need be. Remember the three R's - Refresh, Repurpose, Review - and you will stay in good shape.
The process of content creation requires vision and organization. It requires investment and patience. And it requires consistency of approach
Why you should take a content-first approach to growing your business, and a news-first approach to developing your content.
One of the biggest pitfalls for content teams and their managers is the temptation to say yes to almost every request. It happens all the time.
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CEO and CFO are in the CEO's office. "Why are we funneling so much money into content creation these days?" asks the CFO.
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Business leaders who adopt a content-first mindset will maximize their success.
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Advertising used to be an accepted feature of modern life. Now adblockers and web browsers allow us to switch off, or significantly minimize, ad exposure. What has changed in recent decades? Why are we becoming ever less tolerant of, ever more desensitized to, ads?
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As a marketing leader, you ultimately need to own the strategy, the creative and the execution. If your agencies went away tomorrow, would you be able to carry on regardless?
It's true that great advertising and great marketing are generally motivated by a brilliant idea, a stroke of genius if you will. But the actual execution of any project requires hard work.
Is interactive content inherently more valuable than so-called passive content?
Leveraging the full force of your communication channels, get your experts and your senior executives to speak up and contribute to industry discussions, whatever those topics may be.
What is the value proposition that separates you from the rest of the market? What do you do differently and better than everyone else?
CMOs need to think more like CEOs, and CEOs would do well to adopt a marketing-first approach.
Asset managers should provide content to their clients that focuses on the bigger picture and doesn't simply repeat the news of the day. That's the advice of Richard Lander of CityWire.