Creating an effective content strategy is fundamental to your marketing efforts, but it’s usually about creating new content. Yet, your existing content may be even more important than creating new content because existing pages already have unique data, including rankings and on-page engagement. It’s much more effective to use your own data than relying on third-party numbers that your competitors have the same access to you as you. On March 15th, I was honored to be the guest host of the #VCBuzz marketing Twitter chat for the second time! Our discussion was focused on the benefits of updating your existing or older content and how to go about doing it. So, how do you create a content updating strategy or include updating your current content in your content strategy? Let’s discuss!
Having a podcast for your business allows you to reach out to people on a different level. Podcasts help humanize your company, adding brand flavor while amplifying your voice. Like other forms of content, the podcasts you produce, publish, and share are an opportunity to: create awareness reach new audiences stand out in your field/community Continue reading “Speak Up: How To Grow Your Business With Podcasts and Audio Assets”
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As I was getting adjusted at the chiropractor last night, a thought popped into my head. Your social media strategy is like your spine; sometimes it needs adjusted. Does your social media strategy need an adjustment?
Sometimes you have to slow down to get ahead. You may have noticed that the CCC blog went dark between September 4th and September 18th, missing three posting days. We were busy getting certified in Inbound Marketing methodology. I’m proud to announce that CCC is now Inbound Marketing Certified, and we’d love to help yourContinue reading “Inbound: Not Your Father’s Marketing”