When digital marketing is concerned, the phrase “content is king” is extremely pertinent. Some people believe that content marketing is just a piece of cake. You need to write some blog posts and articles and add them to your website. And you are done! , Right? But it’s not true. In actuality, the fact is, content writing is much broader than it really looks like. It involves many factors. You have to keep in mind all those factors such as appropriate keyword, target audience, an inventive and creative approach, and your ability to write.
The only reason why the modern saying, “content is king” has managed to linger on this far and seem relevant currently is because it is true. Content marketing is what fuels companies with ample revenue generation and that too with the least amount of efforts.
The content marketing process comprises of content creation as well as content distribution. If you are focused on the content creation process (brainstorming on topics to pick, doing research, assessing which keywords are to be added), it is likely that you will lose focus on the second phase – i.e. smart distribution of content.
One of the most intriguing dilemmas every content writer faces is what to write? The simple answer to this is, write what your reader demands. Content marketing is tremendously effective when you know what your audience wants. By relating to their questions and answering them through informative blogs, they develop an affinity towards you and a certain loyalty towards your content.
While B2B and B2C are completely different things, many people confuse one for another. A B2B content is aimed towards industries and companies while writing for B2C is aimed to stir consumers’ interest. In content marketing it is important to know the difference between the two so that the right audience is exposed to the right type of content.
Shrinking morals and low ethics are the byproducts of the modern day world. The same unethical behavior has been shifting to the online world for quite some time. Plagiarism is a word most people would not have been aware of ten years back. But in recent times it is seen that even children know the meaning of plagiarism.That’s the monstrous proportions this problem has reached and can’t be ignored further.