Content is king. Cliche perhaps, but also true. Great content is the one surefire way to bring visitors to your website, engage customers and ultimately motivate purchases. That’s why it’s so important to continually work on crafting outstanding content.
But there’s more to great content than just production; you also have to promote your content if you want to maximize your exposure. The following seven content marketing cheat sheets will help you develop a dominant content marketing presence that fuels your business for years to come.
Marketo presents this free B2B content marketing cheat sheet that serves as an introduction to the world of content marketing, complete with resource links and glossary definitions. Of special note is the chart that displays content consumption throughout the buying cycle.
One of the most difficult things creators struggle with is what to write about, especially once they’ve been established for some time. Copyblogger’s Kelton Reid published this cheat sheet that will inspire you to develop innovative content. One important takeaway: Don’t be afraid to create content that’s a bit flawed.
Want to make your content more valuable? Content Marketing Institute’s Ahava Leibtag shares this handy cheat sheet that will help you make your content findable, readable, understandable, actionable and shareable. The accompanying post also discusses how great content is a team effort.
You need different types of content for different stages of your website or business. Rocketscope helps you decide which content to focus on with this cheat sheet. This cheat sheet is perfect for startup companies that want to get noticed fast.
What are your favorite content marketing tips, or what’s the best piece of content marketing advice you’ve ever been given? Share with us in the comments!