Content Marketing Services

Content Marketing Services

What is Content Marketing?

Content marketing is a form of digital marketing focused on creating, publishing, and distributing content for a targeted audience online. It is a marketing strategy aimed to bring new traffic (and therefore new customers) to your business.
Businesses use content marketing to attract useful leads and enable sales by using site analytics, keyword research and targeted strategy recommendations.


Why is Content Marketing Important?

  • Created unique content drives inbound traffic and leads.
  • It enhances your social media strategy.
  • It focuses on owning media rather than simply borrowing it.
  • It helps your SEO (search engine ranking and organic traffic) because search engines reward businesses that publish unique and quality content.
  • It is a successful PR strategy.  It lets you address issues readers care about rather than just promoting your business.


Benefits of Content Marketing

  • Cheaper conversions
  • Faster sales
  • Reduced marketing and sales overhead
  • Low barrier to market entry
  • Stronger lead generation and qualification
  • Measurable, actionable results
  • More traffic
  • Higher search engine rankings
  • Reputation management
  • Email list building


Examples/Types of Content Marketing?

  • Blog posts
  • Case Studies
  • Infographics
  • Testimonials
  • Social media posts
  • Email newsletters
  • Podcasts
  • Videos: YouTube, Instructional, Event Recordings
  • Micro-videos: Vine
  • Ebooks
  • Webinars


How to Create a Content Marketing Strategy?

To develop a content marketing strategy that’s unique & makes your brand stand at a competitive position in the market while forming its goals and its capabilities, the following points should be considered:

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Identifying Goals:
It is highly recommended to identify short- and long-term business goals before planning your content strategy.


A single platform or a person cannot frame the entire strategy, a support of multiple channels & platforms has to be taken. The Content marketer should establish how the marketing team can help deliver on those goals, which other channels can be used, what should be the budget etc.


Understanding Buyer Personas:
Prior research on buyer personas is of utmost importance. Understanding which buyer personas, you’re targeting with your content. Their past journey & preferences. Who within your target audience has buying power to become a customer? Are all to be taken into consideration whilst forming the content marketing strategy.


Type of Content:
Decide which types of content are preferred by your buyers. Does this persona mostly consume short articles or do they prefer video demos and face-to-face meetings? Framing content strategy according to buyer’s choices would lead to a better conversion rate.


Promotion & Distribution:
Analyse and Select promotions and distribution channels your target audience uses. Are they active on specific social media platforms or are they relying on email or search engines to gather information?


Customer Journey:
Map conversion pathways to the customer journey. At which stage of the funnel is your business hoping to increase conversions and remove any final customer obstacles?


Call to Action:
Content Marketers should design calls-to-action and event notifications for tracking and measuring performance and goal completions. For clear success & conversions, they should create clickable CTAs that lead to dedicated landing pages – and track those clicks, links and actions with code and integration into your analytics dashboard.

It is advisable to create a specific template, model or workflow that organizes and facilitates the execution of the above steps.


Content Marketing in the Sales Funnel

The sales funnel is the core of marketing and sales alignment. It is vital for any business to know how funnel takes shape, how each stage performs and where improvements can be made, this helps much in framing the content strategy, its usage in every stage and thereby helping it convert it into potential leads. While analysing the sales funnel, we can divide it into four constituent parts:

Content Marketing in the Sales Funnel


While advertising about any product or service, its awareness amongst the users is a must. It is important to know what your users are engaged in. It is possible that users are just discovering your brand and are not looking to be persuaded or sold to. Content marketers can form the strategy accordingly & push more convincing content which may convert searchers into buyers.



At a certain stage, users may be intrigued by your offerings and interested in seeing more content or following your brand on social media. Content can be modified according to user’s preference & thus attract them to buy and retain for a longer period.



It is generally seen that users are more intent-driven and are actively comparing your brand against others based on whether your products or services align with their distinct needs. Content here plays an important role in grabbing the attention & making your product/service stand out in comparison to others. This is a crucial stage as searchers here decide whether they would turn to buy or not.



This being the final stage, where users are ready to become paying customers after they’ve fully vetted your brand.

Among all these four phases, user intent varies in every phase. A traditional marketer would inculcate all four of these buyer personas with the same, templated TV commercial, whereas a content marketer would create user-specific content that targets users only within the confines of their specific stage of the funnel. This means every piece of content is meant & targeted towards a specific audience, enabling you to better track your investments within the funnel.
One might also find that searchers make it to the consideration stage of the funnel and then might drop out entirely. This suggests that you need to create content for the consideration stage that re-engages prospects, differentiates you from competitors and gives them a better reason to move to the purchase phase.


Content Marketing Tools

To make your marketing strategies more robust, granular, more effective and more engaging, the following are some marketing tools that would help you in achieving it:


SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Tools:

  • Ahrefs
  • SEMrush
  • Buzzstream
  • Majestic
  • Yoast


Email Automation and Analytics Tools

  • Marketo
  • Constant Contact
  • Pardot
  • Salesforce
  • MailChimp
  • HubSpot


Keyword Research Tools:

  • SEMrush
  • MarketMuse
  • Moz Keyword Explorer
  • KWFinder
  • SpyFu


Social Media Automation and Analytics Tools:

  • BuzzSumo
  • Hootsuite
  • Buffer
  • Sprout Social


Site Analytics Tools:

  • Google Analytics
  • Google Search Console
  • Optimizely
  • Crazy Egg


Site Audit Tools:


Writing Tools:

  • MarketMuse
  • Hemingway App
  • Answer the Public
  • Grammarly
  • Copyscape


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