Too many times, it goes this way: you run a digital ad. Someone clicks on it. Maybe they complete a transaction, ma...
By 2019, content marketing is estimated to be a $300 Billion industry. That’s double what it was back in 2015. By that time, the average marketer will be spending 29% of their total marketing budget on content.
But after dropping almost a third of your budget, how do you/will you cut through a ton of “noise” to ensure that your content is actually having an impact? Fact is, consumers don’t have a lot of patience:
When a consumer opts to share their info with you, the unspoken deal is that you’ll return the favor with content that truly adds value.
But what about consumers who haven’t yet pulled the trigger? How can you encourage them to trust you and engage more deeply?
Geo-Relevance in your content marketing. Check out these 3 examples:
The three examples I’ve provided demonstrate how rich content, localized to area and context, encourages a customer to trust you. It makes you stand out because, on one level, you’re showing that you deeply understand their community; on another level, you’re delivering value.
All three are examples of Local Content Optimization or LCO. With LCO, it's finally possible to create a credible localized brand presence, at scale, that delivers contextually relevant content marketing experiences, helping drive salience and conversion across channels.
When someone visits your site, what kind of experience are you giving them? More importantly, are you giving them any kind of “experience” at all? How about in email or social?
Think about what matters to them. Determine why they’re initially visiting you. Put yourself in their shoes, then keep them around with a steady stream of relevant, locally contextualized content that addresses those needs.
Too many times, it goes this way: you run a digital ad. Someone clicks on it. Maybe they complete a transaction, maybe they don’t. After that, the customer goes away. Once your paid campaign stops, so do your interactions. If you want to re-engage, you need to start at Square One with yet another digital ad.
The point of Nextdoor is neighborhood. To leverage this emerging platform, make sure that your content is relevant to that local audience. Here's how.
In this video, Mike Raleigh, VP of Growth, discusses how sometimes brands spend time geotargeting their digital media to start a conversation with customers, then drop the ball when they click.
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