There are a lot of ways to create quality content. In this episode of Content Inc. Joe Pulizzi shares the four key elements you need to create the strong foundation to a Content Inc. methodology. Get focused, intentional and create quality content for your audience within your content tilt (see Episode 39) and you will create a solid base as a content expert in your industry.
The power of partnership is a key component to growing a Content Inc. model. In this episode of Content Inc. Joe Pulizzi discusses how partnering with other media can be a great way to grow your audience and leverage a much needed pool of talent. Learn the five ways you can work with media companies to create a solid win-win situation for both of you.
Social media marketing can work. However, in this episode of Content Inc. Joe Pulizzi warns you of the possible seduction to get too involved in buying fans and followers. He encourages you to build your own media and use social media as a driver to what you can control, making raving fans along the way. Leverage social media. Don't let it control your marketing model.
According to Edison Research, podcasts now get 30% share of ear. Podcasts are easier for audiences to access and many individuals are choosing to download them more and more. In this episode of Content Inc. Joe Pulizzi shares how choosing to launch a podcast has positively affected the brand and revenue for Content Marketing Institute. Learn why podcasting may be your next platform of choice as you develop your Content Inc. model.
If you are still struggling with getting C-Suite buy-in on a content marketing strategy, this episode of Content Inc. is perfect for you! Joe Pulizzi breaks down the two methods he recommends for getting executive level buy-in to launch a content marketing strategy in your company. Learn how to use preparation, information and a little bit of research to your advantage that will get the decision makers to turn that no into a yes.
Though the term 'content marketing' seems to have taken off in the last few years, the concept of what it is and what it can accomplish has been around for over 100 years. In this episode of Content Inc., Joe Pulizzi discusses how John Deere has been in the Content Inc. strategy game since 1895 and how, still today, provide content that is valuable to farmers around the globe.
Now that you believe and understand the importance of a Content Inc. model for your business, it may also be time to identify what is holding back your success. In this episode of Content Inc., Joe Pulizzi shares the various reasons your Content Inc. model may not be working. He also provides some ways to fix what isn't working and put you back on the road to Content Inc. success!
In this episode of Content Inc., Joe Pulizzi walks us through a real-world Content Inc. model that successfully implemeting the six steps. (see Episodes 25 and 26) Joy Cho launched her blog in 2005 that would be the start to her Content Inc. success story. Learn how Joy used these six steps: The Sweet Spot, Content Tilt, Building The Base, Harvesting Audience, Diversification and Monetization to grow a successful design studio, work with some of the biggest brands in the world and achieve some lofty goals along the way.