Hiring content marketers
If they do their jobs right, content marketers can help make businesses lots of money. They attract readers and convert them into loyal followers and customers. They improve the reputation of your brand or business.
Moreover, don’t underestimate the importance of content marketing or a content marketer’s work. Words are, after all, what drives sales on the Internet.
Here are some reasons you need a content marketer on your team:
Content marketers combine poetry and strategy
A good content marketer knows all about the latest strategies to optimize their work for visibility and increase conversions. But they also know how to craft content in a pleasing, interesting, and unique way such that everything they publish is actually enjoyable to read.
Whether it’s an email sequence, an About Us page, a how-to guide, or a podcast script, no one in 2019 will spend time on boring stuff. A content marketer knows how to spin stories that draw readers in and have them wanting more while also increasing the webpage’s search rankings.
Content marketing helps keep your audience coming back for more
It’s not enough to just capture a reader’s attention. The real challenge is to keep a reader interested in what you have to say long enough to read an article through.
There’s massive potential in keeping website visitors or readers hooked on your content. The people who visit your website or social media pages are there because they want or need what you’re offering. If they like what you’re publishing, they’ll keep coming back again and again until they eventually purchase a product or a service.
Content marketers know how to write content that keeps readers hungry for more and that gives them that push to buy something. They know how to sustain a conversation and how to build a lasting relationship with the audience.
It’s not always about traffic strategy or conversion
Content marketers enhance your brand image
Potential customers look to the quality of your content when they’re trying to decide if they should make a purchase. When people read your content, they form an impression of your brand. If what they see aligns with their own ideas about quality, luxury, or whatever it is they are looking for, they’re more likely to spend money on your products or services.
Your brand image relies on your content. The work of content marketers determines your brand identity and reputation.
Tighten your relationships with customers/readers
It’s easier for your audience to form a bond with and stay loyal to your brand if they can put a face to your content creators. Some brands take advantage of this by letting their customers build more personal relationships with the individuals who write and share their content.
Content marketers introduce their content creators, let them showcase their unique voices, and encourage them to interact with readers. This helps readers feel closer to the brand and sets up the content creators as primary sources of information.
Content marketing is beneficial in so many ways. Is it part of your marketing arsenal? Share your thoughts in the comments below.