Key #2 – Repost – Content Marketing Matters More Than Media Publicity

Over the past 20 years, I’ve generated multi-millions of dollars-worth of editorial publicity for many brands I love. Media publicity was the best way I knew to build trust and credibility with your market and I believed it to be the one of the most valuable parts of your marketing mix. Bloggers can connect in a powerful way media publicity can’t

But times have changed and today I have a new favourite marketing method… content marketing.

The truth is, today anyone can be a publisher. Just as successful magazines and newspapers publish content on a regular and scheduled basis, brands today must also be regular, structured and consistent with their content to succeed.

Content writers have been called ‘brand journalists’ because we find and tell the stories happening in your organisation. Brand journalists meet with your team and observe at meetings so we can communicate your subject well – even if we don’t have direct experience in your industry.

Bloggers can connect in a powerful way the media can’t, says journalist and chief-of-staff for a leading Australian media organisation, Rachael Jansen. Rachael believes forming an ongoing relationship with your audience is much more effective than a one-off media interview or story, unless you have a regular column or spot.

Because today’s sales funnel is different from the traditional model, publishing your own content to build a long-term relationship with your audience is the key. When you have your own email list of highly qualified leads, you can build a relationship with them over time based on trust that will eventually convert to sales.

Credibility is the main ingredient that media publicity can bring to your content marketing. If you get one good story, you can use it in your marketing again and again to establish credibility as a third party endorsement for your brand.

Find Real Stories from Your Best Customers

Find your existing customers who have most enthusiastically embraced your brand and who represent your ideal customer. Interview them to find out their real experiences with your product/service and document their stories to share with your audience as part of a long-term strategy.

This is what I do best – finding authentic stories and delivering them in an audience-focused way as regular content via the best channel to reach your audience.

“Start looking for authentic stories stemming from the real-life experiences, needs and desires of your existing customers. Get to know the individuals who are already writing about, talking about, and participating in the online communities you serve. Package those stories and the personalities behind them and start delivering them to your audience on a regular basis,” says Brandscaping author Andrew M. Davis.

Leverage Your Media Exposure

“It is completely unrealistic in this day-and-age to think that a few media surges are going to create long-term demand for your products and services,” Davis says.

“Brands can no longer rely on the one-hit wonder mentality of a traditional public relations campaign… You definitely need a new approach – one that enables you to build a content-based relationship, so that if and when the opportunity presents itself to leverage mass-media exposure, you’ll be ready…” You must be ready to leverage your media exposure by using it to help build your brand’s long-term audience of your own subscribers to your own channel.

“Traditional marketing consisted of a public relations strategy, an advertising and media buying budget, and the occasional hiring of a spokesperson to raise awareness of your products or services. Today, both an independent consultant and a multi-billion-dollar consulting firm can harness the same distribution channels to grow and maintain an audience for the content they create. This is a complete paradigm shift.”

Build Audiences for Your Content

News websites, blogs and e-zines have completely changed the way traditional media outlets operate, so your target media list will be much broader than it would have been 5 or 10 years ago.

Key influencers for your audience could be a media/news outlet, a popular blogger, or other brands already targeting your market.

Buzzsumo is an online marketing tool that can help you find the key influencers in your industry so you can target them to help you distribute your content.

The Importance of Content Marketing

“Content is by far the most valuable asset businesses can use, to not only engage and inform customers, but to increase traffic to their website and dramatically improve search rankings,” says my favourite authority on the subject, Jeff Bullas.

“According to the Content Marketing Institute, 86% of B2B businesses and 77% of B2C businesses incorporate content marketing into their marketing mix.  In fact, more than 70% now create more content than what they did in the previous year, and the volume of quality content produced continues to grow.”

This blog series began with 7 Keys to Content Creation and has expanded into an eBook called: 11 Keys to Cracking Content Creation – solving the content marketing problem for savvy business marketers.

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Key #10 – Find Your Strategic Brand Partners

A brilliant way to influence your audience today is what author Andrew M. Davis calls Brandscaping – that is – seeking out strategic partners to piggyback on other brands that are already reaching your market. Brandscaping defined

Davis explains:

“It’s not about becoming a publisher in your own right because you don’t have to do all that work… The solution is to partner with authentic, successful, content creators who your audience already trusts.”

Here’s how:

1/  Find brand partners who also value your opt-in audience.

2/  Share resources like your expertise and budget with other brands that value the same prospects and customers as you do.

3/  Make your marketing dollars go further and get a better return on investment.

For instance:

  • Singers reach new audiences by doing duets and collaborating with artists who already have their target market.
  • When Australian entrepreneur Joe Cross made the documentary ‘Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead’, he asked Breville for a juicer to use for a 60-day juice fast. Breville had never seen such a high demand for its juicers after the film launched to Netflix’s 24 million subscribers.

Who could you partner with who already owns your audience to reach your market?

What products or services do your customers buy before they have a need for yours?

What value can you offer your prospective brand partners?

“What can you do to demonstrate the power of your audience?” Davis asks. “Choose your top prospective brand partners and consider whether your audience would embrace their content. If you find some great content, ask your prospective brand partner if you can distribute it to your audience. If this has a positive impact for the other brand then perhaps you have found yourself a new brand partner. If not, try again.”

Which brands could you see yourself partnering with?

This blog series began with 7 Keys to Content Creation and has expanded into an eBook called: 11 Keys to Cracking Content Creation – solving the content marketing problem for savvy business marketers.

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Key #9 – Use Marketing Automation Tools

An overwhelming number of marketing automation tools exists today to help you streamline and measure your social media marketing. Although it can be tricky to choose which tools are right for your business – discovering this could significantly reduce the time and money it takes to make a sale. Marketing Automation Tools

Marketing authority Jeff Bullas says automating your content distribution is so important today because:

1/ Automation tools save time. Sometimes content marketing is neglected altogether because it’s time consuming and results aren’t instant. But persistence is vitally important to build relationships and trust over time with your audience.

2/ Analytics and technology are part of marketing today (the science) and now go hand-in-hand with the creative side of content creation (the art form).

3/ Technology is required for mandatory metrics like clicks, opt-ins and “earnings per click” to measure results from social media campaigns, email marketing, blogs, SEO, Facebook Ads, Google AdWords and more.

A CMO report said marketing and technology and so interdependent now that almost all marketers surveyed were looking to implement marketing automation or data management in the next 12 months as they came to terms with the increasingly complex marketing landscape.

It says: “98 percent of survey respondents saw the current role of marketing as highly complex, and expected the interdependency between technology and marketing to increase in the next three years. 83 percent described the role of marketing as challenging, and 15 percent labelled it ‘rocket science’.”

Some marketers believe automating their social media updates takes the ‘social’ out of social media. The truth is the ‘social’ is in the conversations your posts begin.

Choosing the right marketing automation tools for your business can be a minefield because there are literally hundreds if not thousands of them and they are each slightly different. The Marketing Automation Insider website helps suggest the best tools for your business and compares global market leaders which could be helpful.

Here’s an overview of some of the most popular marketing automation software products out there:

  • Popular tools for optimising online marketing include Infusionsoft, Ontraport, Marketo, Wishpond, Squawkbox, Zoho and Hub Spot which integrate and streamline your email marketing, landing pages and CRM.
  • Hootsuite, SocialOomph, and Buffer are popular tools that integrate with several social media profiles like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Word Press so you can schedule posts and measure your results all in one place.
  • Post Planner helps you find trending content on Facebook and automate publishing to your Facebook page.
  • Mail Chimp, Campaign Monitor, AWeber and iContact are some of the most popular email marketing programs to manage your email lists and send targeted emails.
  • ShortStack is a toolbox for building tabs for your Facebook page so you can customise your tabs and widgets to encourage your audience to interact with your business.
  • Shuttlerock lets you collect, moderate and publish curated content from your brand advocates and fans.

And there are literally hundreds more marketing software products to choose from.

My eBook keeps growing and I’ve added another new key to share with you next week about how you can partner with other brands to reach your audience.

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Key #8 – Know Which Social Media to Use

After sharing my top 7 keys to clever content creation on my blog, I’ve added 3 more to create 10 Keys to Cracking Content Creation: social media and content marketing strategy

  • Know Which Social Media To Use,
  • Use Marketing Automation Tools, and
  • Measure Your Content ROI.

Social media posts are the most common type of content created by marketers. When you create a calendar or series of branded posts, you can re-post them at scheduled times throughout the year so you’re not creating all the content you need from scratch every month.

How Do You Choose the Right Channels?

Building relationships and creating your community depends on choosing the right channels.

Creating your content marketing strategy means considering WHO you’re talking to and HOW they want to communicate with you.

Here’s a summary I created of 8 top social media platforms in Australia and how you can use them to reach your market:

Social Media Comparison for Australian businesses

Social media channel Popularity What it’s for Who uses it (globally) Summary
Facebook 15 million unique Australian users Like a 2nd Internet and 2nd most visited website globally – Biggest social platform Most aged 18-55 with widest age range of all social media 13-55+ I like golf
YouTube 13.9 million unique Australian visitors Video sharing and hosting, 300 hours of video uploaded / minute Ages very similar to Facebook with a slight male skew because males watch more gaming videos – but generally 50% female & 50% male Here I am playing golf
Instagram 5 million monthly active Australian users Sharing photos and short (15 second) videos, content can only be uploaded via mobile devices 90% of users are under 35 with 68% female & 32% male Here’s a photo of this amazing golf course
LinkedIn 3.7 million unique Australian visitors Business networking site, for B2B business to business marketing 79% of users are over 35 and 35% are business decision makers with 31% in senior positions My skills include playing golf
Twitter 2.8 million approximate active Australian users Micro-blogging, limits posts to 140 characters, includes photos and videos, # sorts information, engages in real time Mostly males under 35 I’m playing #golf
TripAdvisor 2.1 million unique Australian visitors World’s largest travel website, hosts 200million+ reviews for 3.7million businesses globally Travellers of all ages – Mostly aged 45 to 70 in USA How did others enjoy their game of golf?
Pinterest 320,000 unique Australian visitors Visuals, lifestyle, discovery, aspirational, mainly for cooking, crafts, décor, fashion & health 80% females & 20% males, 20% women online use Pinterest and most users are 25 to 45, affluent and educated Here’s some golf apparel
Google Plus 60,000 approximate monthly active Australian users Building circles for brands, businesses and individuals, creating communities with similar interests, people spend much less time on Google+ compared with other social media Nearly 70% are male – mostly well-educated, tech-savvy males, with a growing 45 to 54 year age group Join my golfing circle
Source: Social Media Statistics Australia Source: Leverage New Age Media, Trip Advisor Sources: Australian Social Media Cheat Sheet, Jetscram Age Demographics, Digiday You Tube, Trip Advisor, Google+

More than 99% of Australians surveyed by Sensis in 2015 use the Internet and the majority read online reviews or blogs. Of the 68% who use social networking sites, 93% are on Facebook an average of 31 times a week for 17.5 minutes at a time.

You can see why using social media in your content marketing is so important. But how can you post effectively with time and budget efficiency? I’ll tell you in my next blog post.

Tell me below – what was your biggest takeaway from this?

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Key #7 – Repurpose Content to Maximise your ROI

Repurposing content is my favourite topic and my top key to solving the content marketing problem because it maximises your return on investmentRepurpose your content

‘Content’ takes many different forms including videos, webinars, audio, articles, slides and eBooks and can be written or spoken. ‘Copy’ is always written and includes website copy, email copy, advertising copy and sales copy for printed or digital media.

Too many businesses have only ‘copy’ and no true ‘content’ according to one of my favourite authors, The Content Coach, Sarah Schwab. Sarah says some marketing authorities recommend publishing 5 pieces of valuable content for every 1 piece of sales copy. If you only offer copy then you risk your audience tuning out to your message. That’s why content is so central to building relationships and loyalty with your market.

Repurposing is necessary because so much content is required to fuel your marketing plan today.

Before, it was enough to generate website content and some printed content but now that content is being pushed out to multiple social media channels as well as videos, blogs, emails, audio, webinars and more.

What if there was one way to create multiple forms of content at the same time? Hit the magic switch and you have a video, a blog, a webinar, an e-newsletter, a media release, a website article and multiple social media posts!

There may not be a magic switch but it’s possible.

You can focus on creating one piece of GREAT content that allows your audience to connect with your brand and repurpose it into other forms.

You don’t have to produce every type of content there is. You can choose the medium that works best for you. For instance, if you choose to create a video, you can have it transcribed into a written article. If you write a great blog, you can turn that into an email, an eBook, a media release, a video, a slideshow, an infographic or a webinar.

That’s the idea behind repurposing your content.

“We need to create the minimum amount of content for the maximum amount of impact. It’s never about more. It’s about the right mix, to the right audience, that leads to the right behaviour change. As a content marketer, we should always be thinking about the content we SHOULD NOT be creating. Somewhere along the line, I think we fell into the trap of thinking that more is mandatory. It’s not.” – Content Marketing Institute Founder Joe Pulizzi

“Repurposing old content is great for your readers and for SEO.” – Kate Toon, Recipe for SEO Success. Kate gives great tips for how you can spruce up your old blog posts and turn them into evergreen content on her website.

Evergreen content stays relevant and useful long after it’s published and covers a topic in depth – for example, FAQ’s, how-to articles and tutorials. You can keep directing your audience back to your evergreen content in your regular marketing communications including your social media posts.

How do you choose what social media channels to use for your business? Next post I’ll be sharing my summary of 8 top social media platforms in Australia and how you can use them to reach your market.

In the meantime, leave your details at the bottom of this page if you’d like me to send you my FREE eBOOK “10 Keys to Cracking Content Creation – solving the content marketing problem for business marketers” at the end of my blog series.

Key #6 – Integrate Your Content with SEO Strategy

Google loves new content. Consistently creating content on your website, blog and other online assets is essential to optimising for search engines.

Content Marketing and SEO StrategyFinding Your Keywords

Research your keywords to find the most popular words and phrases people are searching for then include them in your content like your FAQs, how-to articles, explainer videos, etc.

For effective SEO, your content should target keywords that are aligned to your niche and not too competitive. This gives you a better chance of attracting backlinks and making your way up the search rankings.

Using Long Tail Keywords

Long tail keywords are multiple-word phrases about your product or service that your market types into search engines when they’re looking for information related to what you offer. Long tail keywords are usually up to seven words long and can be questions or positive/negative phrases. Long tail keywords are even more important today because voice searches from mobiles contain more words than text-based searches.

The Bottom Line with SEO

Always write for your customers first, not for Google. Answering your audience’s questions and writing to appeal to them is always better than stuffing your target keywords into your content.

Optimising Videos for SEO

When uploading video to your website or You Tube, add your keywords to your video title, description and tags. Write a catchy video title and a short, detailed description of your video. The key is finding out what keywords your market would type in if they were searching for your topic. It could pay to do some research and ask your customers and prospects first.

Using Video Transcripts

Adding a written transcript of your videos to your website is beneficial for anyone who prefers reading text over watching videos. It also helps with your website SEO because your video will be full of relevant keywords you can include on your site to boost your rankings.

You can also re-purpose your video transcripts into other content marketing tools and that’s what I’ll focus on next blog.

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Key #5 – Mobile-Friendly Content is a Must

In 2016, mobile searches will outnumber desktop and laptop searches following the tipping point in 2015, says eMarketer. Research shows most marketers need to catch up by creating more mobile-friendly content. Mobile-friendly content creation

How mobile-friendly is your website?

There’s a simple check you can do to see if your website is mobile friendly on this website. Google wants your website to be as mobile-friendly as possible, so they published a guide for giving your website visitors a better mobile experience that you can see here.

The use of space to highlight important elements on your web page is really important for mobile marketing. Creating mobile-only deals and promotions is also a new way of selling on your website via mobiles.

How Google-friendly is your business?

The increasing number of online searches from mobile devices is having a major impact on local businesses, especially retail stores and hospitality venues such as restaurants, cafes, and hotels. 50% of consumers visit a retail store within a day of searching on a smartphone, according to Google. If you’re in retail, customising your search appearance on Google and completing the full description of products, services, images, videos and social reviews should be your highest priority.

Did you know – you can change how Google displays your brand in the box that shows up on the right-hand side of a Google search? This is your brand’s ‘Knowledge Graph’ panel and it’s also your brand’s first impression. The branding elements you can customise for Google’s ‘Knowledge Graph’ panel include your logo, contact details and social profiles. A web developer can do this by adding structured data mark-up to your website.

How mobile-friendly are your SEO keywords?

When we use voice search from our mobiles, we say more words than we would type into a search engine. This makes long-tail keywords now even more important for SEO.

Think about how you’d type keywords, for example “Health Food Store”, into a search bar – whereas with voice search you’d say “Where is the nearest Health Food Store?”

Next blog I’ll look at how you can integrate your content with your SEO strategy.

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Key #4 – Video + Visuals are Kings of Content

Visual content helps you connect on an emotional level with your market. If building relationships is the foundation of modern marketing, then visuals are the key. visual content, video marketing, content marketing

People only remember 10% of what they hear and 20% of what they read – compared with 80% of what they see and do. Articles with images get 94% more views than articles without pictures, says current research.

The world’s top brands are using image-based social media networks like Instagram and Pinterest to successfully engage their markets and you can too.

90% of all information transmitted to our brains is visual and visuals are processed 60,000 times faster than text. It may be easier to write content but it’s definitely not more effective.

How to Get a Visual Advantage on Social Media:

Create Your Own Branded Images – Find the posts getting the most engagement on other Facebook pages related to your business so you don’t have to guess what content will be most likely to get the best response for you. You can use Facebook Insights or various apps like Post Planner and Buffer to find top-performing posts. Choose messages and quotes that resonate with you. Then you can use an app like Canva to create your own posts with your branding imagery and logo. You can use the same quotes with attribution to the source or rewrite them in your own words.

Use Videos In Your Social Mix – Adding video to your social media posts increases the chances of your audience engaging with or sharing your post by 10 times. Every single prediction is pointing at online video as the next king of content marketing. By 2018 all forms of video will cover almost 80% of online traffic, according to recent predictions.

Use Videos For Lead Generation – Adding video to your website can help you capture leads from within your videos. When you upload video to your website, be sure to capture your viewer’s email address before they start watching. Then you can add an annotation on your video and a call-to-action to the end to direct them to the next logical step in your sales process.

Embrace The Future Of Video

You can do live-streaming video broadcasts on Facebook and Twitter using mobile apps Facebook Mentions and Periscope. This brings me to the importance of mobile-friendly content marketing which is the topic we’ll look at next.

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Key #3 – Email is Central to Content Marketing

Your email list is your pot of gold and essential to the new sales funnel. I believe it’s crucial to the success of your business and have blogged about it many times before. Email marketing is a powerful way to develop a relationship with your target market and help you attract new clients authentically. email marketing, remarketing, content marketing

BE AWARE of the risk of relying on Facebook. If Facebook owns and controls how you reach your audience then you need another channel that you own and control.

Growing your email list is a marketer’s number one priority because it’s the foundation of every marketing activity and allows you to build relationships with your target market that will eventually convert into sales.

You can build your email list by enticing your market to give you their name and email address (as well as other relevant details) in exchange for your valuable content. This valuable resource could be a list, eBook or free report, for instance. Give real value to build the love.

Use a landing page on your website to tell people all about the content gift you’re offering them and collect their contact details via an opt-in form that automatically adds people to your email database in a great email marketing platform like Mail Chimp, for instance.

When you add a new person to your email list in exchange for your content gift, the next step is to send a series of planned emails to draw their attention to the information you’ve given them. You can automate the sending of your emails with user-friendly programs like Mail Chimp so all you have to do is write your emails and schedule when you want to send them.

Ask people to do something simple in your emails – like clicking on a link to watch a video. This encourages your market to be active and engage with you. If your prospects get used to taking action with you, it makes the next step – spending money with you – feel more natural for them.

Give a second chance to join your list by adding a remarketing pixel to your website so if someone doesn’t give you their details the first time they visit then they’ll see you again next time they’re online. This repeat exposure gives you another chance to get them back to your website and onto your email list…. which is always your goal!

Remarketing is an important strategy to increase your opt-in rate. On average, 10 to 30% of people who visit your website will give you their name and email address. The other 70 to 90% could be lost, never to return again…. Unless they see an ad in their Newsfeed while they’re on Facebook with a link back to your opt-in page – in which case, research shows you can increase your opt-in rate to over 60% instead of the usual 10 to 30%. To learn more about how Facebook remarketing works to grow your email list, I highly recommend you contact Kerry Fitzgibbon at Social Media Plus One.

Email is the number one way most people want businesses to communicate with them. This is according to recent research of 2,057 adults in the USA by Marketing Sherpa. 18 to 34 year olds also want businesses to reach them via text messages, social media, mobile apps and online content videos.

Digital marketers predict online video will be the next king of content marketing and one survey claims video will cover almost 90% of all online traffic by 2018… This is a big reason to get your marketing videos ready now and that’s what I’ll be talking about next blog post.

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Key #1 – Content is Key to the New Sales Funnel

The new sales funnel is different from the traditional funnel. New Sales Funnel Content MarketingConsumers are now largely relying on social media and the Internet to make buying choices. 80% of customers expect businesses to be active on social media. Only 14% of people now trust ads and 77% of online shoppers consult ratings and reviews before making purchase decisions.

Educate First, Sell Later

Content marketing is designed to educate your market and build a relationship with them that will eventually convert to sales. It’s not a silver bullet or a short term marketing fix, but it is the key to the new sales funnel.

The new sales funnel starts with building awareness and creating interest in your brand among your clearly defined target market. Conversion is then achieved through landing pages on your website where you offer an incentive in exchange for contact information to build your database of email leads. Target your new leads using multiple avenues until your lead becomes a customer. Then, in the new sales funnel, the process continues with nurturing your customer relationships to build loyalty and word of mouth.

Always Start with Where You Want To Go

Defining your sales and marketing goals is the most important step before you begin any marketing activities, including your content creation.

Specifically, what do you want to achieve? How many sales do you want to make? Who are you targeting?

Think of your goals like a GPS navigation system. Define where you are now and where you want to go. Once you know where you’re going, you can create a plan to get there. If you don’t know where you’re trying to go, no one can help you.

Clearly Envisage Your Target Audience

Creating your content strategy involves getting really clear about who your target market is. Write down a list of your ideal customer’s specific characteristics to represent your target audience. Include demographic information like gender, age, geographic location and income or professional status.

You can also develop a persona for your ideal customer with details such as: What does their typical day look like? What challenges them? What needs do they have? What do they care about? How do they prefer to access information? There are many ways you can find out this information. Even though it may take some effort, this will bring big rewards.

Content Marketing Institute has more tips on how to create easy, yet actionable, content marketing personas.

Build A Relationship With Your Market

When you know your sales and marketing goals and exactly who you are targeting, you can start building a database of prospects to build an ongoing relationship with using your content. Over time, you can convert those prospects to customers with your content marketing.

If you want people to connect with your brand, you need content that engages them. Now that the traditional broadcast communications model of ‘interrupt and repeat’ is no longer effective, engaging your audience and leveraging their contributions is an important way to gain a competitive advantage.

“Content is anything that adds value to the reader’s life.” – Avinash Kaushik

These are just some of the forms of content you can use to market your business:

  • social media posts
  • videos
  • blogs
  • emails
  • e-newsletters
  • eBooks
  • infographics
  • media releases
  • interviews
  • surveys and quizzes
  • user generated content
  • podcasts
  • webinars

Next post, I’ll reveal why email is central to content marketing… and that’s a topic very close to my heart. It will be my 3rd tip… After I’ve posted my top 7 tips, I’ll be offering you my free eBook “7 Keys to Clever Content Creation”.

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