When it comes to marketing your business, there’s a lot to think about. Why invest in content curation? Let’s talk through some of the benefits.
First, content curation must be a piece of a larger content marketing strategy. Still, need to pull a plan together? Check out the Hubspot guide listed at the end of this article to get started laying out a content marketing strategy. (Did we curate a useful resource within a curation post? Yep. So meta.)
If you’re already...
Most of us have come to realize in order to succeed on Facebook you’ll most likely need to pay-to-play, especially with organic reach percentages so low.
But there is another workaround if you aren’t ready to fork out the big bucks for that extra post reach...
Brands can use Facebook Groups to ensure their most important content is actually seen by their target demographic and as another way to communicate with potential and existing customers.
Can you imagine making six figures from writing just ONE report?
Believe it or not, that’s essentially how many marketers do earn six figures or even seven figures.
No doubt, you’ve seen marketers launch an excellent $10 product that sells like crazy.
And then they do it again. And again. And again.
They come up with a topic, write a report, or create a product, do everything necessary to launch it, and then start all over again.
But let’s say you write...
TikTok is growing fast – it’s been downloaded 1.5 billion times and has 500 million active users who spend an average of 52 minutes per day on the platform. 90% of active users access TikTok at least once per day. Users are overwhelmingly young, with 66% of users under the age of 30.
Yet just 4% of marketers use TikTok.
TikTok users upload videos of 15 seconds or shorter or create and share 60 second stories-type videos.
You already know that it’s far easier to sell to a customer you already have than it is to get a new customer.
Then again, it can sometimes be easier to get a new customer than to retain the old ones, depending upon the mistakes you’re making. But if you can avoid the mistakes and do things right the first time, your job will be that much easier, and customers will stick with you through thick and thin.
Here’s how to hook those customers you’ve worked so hard to win...