You’re convinced you need a content marketing strategy, but where do you begin?
Here are some tips to get you started.
1. Review Your Demographic
Have you ever heard the saying that we get what we need, not what we want? That’s often the case when it comes to internet marketing. You can try your best to attract a certain demographic of people, including employing specific SEM parameters, but that doesn’t always mean you’ll get that audience.
For example, if you have a website about yoga, you may try your best to attract people who are experienced yogis, but instead you find new enthusiasts. Does that mean your readership is any less valuable to you? No. Of course not! You should embrace people who find your content helpful, and aim to build a community around that which will still achieve your original goals.
So, ask yourself these two questions:
This is my price sheet. I’m not afraid to post it because at the end of the day, my main goal is to help my clients achieve their goals.
I’ve worked for many agencies but because they have high overhead, they try to negotiate high prices. There’s nothing wrong with that, and I wish them all well because they keep people employed.
But that’s not what I personally believe in.
I believe in reasonable prices that allow me to devote attention to achieving my clients’ goals, and a commitment to agency-level work.
So, this is my price sheet. No hidden fees. If you’re ready to jumpstart your marketing strategy, let’s go!