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Six must-know content marketing tips for businesses to take advantage of

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Of course, when it comes to promoting your business it can become quite the daunting task; suddenly you have to acquire a whole host of new skills – so that’s why we’ve provided these content marketing tips.

There are all kinds of digital marketing channels that can help you increase your exposure, and there are so many tactics that you can employ free of charge.

Following these content marketing tips can return highly relevant leads for your business.

(1) If you don’t define your audience, you’re wasting your time

If you have a defined audience, you’re less likely to waste time creating content your audience doesn’t care about. Creating specific buyer personas is something every business should do. This process of building your personas will help you understand how your audience thinks about and looks for services or products your business sells or offers.

(2) Always work towards a realistic goal

What is it you actually want to achieve from your content marketing efforts? We all want to increase our revenue, but is that the best first aim for your business? Setting unrealistic goals can be demoralising. Maybe aim for something a little easier to achieve, perhaps increasing your newsletter mailing list?

(3) Think out a content strategy

It’s all well and good having a goal in mind, but how are you going to achieve it? Once you’ve mapped out your realistic goal, it’s important to think about the steps you’ll need to take to achieve it.

Maybe you’ll get everyone you know on Facebook to share your business’s page, or perhaps your products lend themselves to a giveaway or a competition, whatever the incentive, make sure it will engage your target audience!

Read on the next page for the three remaining must-know content marketing tips for growing businesses.

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