If your content no longer existed, would your audience miss it? In this episode of Content Inc. Joe Pulizzi discusses the importance of creating audacious goals when it comes to your content marketing. To be a true player in your industry, it requires more than just "good enough" content. You need to set your sights on being the leading resource that provides content that would be truly missed if it no longer existed.
Many entrepreneurs and business owners want to use speaking as a means to market their business and gain a bigger audience. In this episode of Content Inc. Joe Pulizzi breaks down the 4 steps to help you achieve this goal. Learn how to find your content tilt (see Episode 39) to develop your platform that will lead to a book and subsequently, onto the stage.
Often businsss owners and marketers tend to create content that resonates with them or is what they "think" their customer will want. In this episode of Content Inc. Joe Pulizzi addresses the need to take time to build out audience personas before you get too far down the content marketing road. He shares some important questions to be asking when developing your personas and reminds you that there may be a few personas to create along the way.
There are a lot of shiny objects out there when it comes to content marketing tactics. It's easy to get overwhelmed and fall into analysis paralysis around the process. In this episode of Content Inc., Joe Pulizzi reminds you that you are your own media company. And this means you need to be focusing on building an audience that will also subscribe to your content. These subscriptions lead to more potential to turn them into customers. Learn the three ways you can drive subscriptions with your content marketing and begin building your own media empire.
Anyone, anywhere and at anytime can create a Content Inc. model for their business. It's an exciting time to be in business and even more exiciting time to develop yourself as the leading resource in your industry. In this episode of Content Inc., Joe Pulizzi shares his six key elements that make up an epic content marketing model. Learn these six key elements, put them in practice and watch your Content Inc. business grow!
In this episode of Content Inc., Joe Pulizzi shares how a seven year old boy makes videos with his dad that have generated over $1 million in revenue. EvanTube started out as a fun claymation video project between Evan and his dad. Now, two years after their first video launched on YouTube and millions of downloads later, EvanTube has become a fun and passionate video business model. What could you do if you created content like a seven year old?
As you start your Content Inc. model of marketing and content creation, you may have only one or two main revenue drivers associated with your process. As your audience and community grow, so do the possible revenue opportunities. In this episode of Content Inc. Joe Pulizzi reminds you to keep an open mind to the possibility of future revenue ripples that come from your content marketing efforts. And it's ok to think big.
If you are serious about developing a Content Inc. model for your business, there is a very good chance that you will need to hire freelance writers to assist you with content creation. In this episode of Content Inc. Joe Pulizzi shares some key items to consider before bringing an outside writer onto your content team.
Creating partnerships is not a new idea. But often, coming up with the right project to partner on can be the real struggle. In this episode of Content Inc. Joe Pulizzi shares how developing a research project idea can be the key to working with business and media partners. If you are struggling with an idea for partnership, this may be the one tactic you need to implement.
In this episode of Content Inc., Joe Pulizzi discusses how changes in platforms such as Google and Facebook not only force us to change how we use them, but is a great remider not to solely rely on them. Now more than ever it's imperative to build your own content platform and create engagement strategies with your audience and customers.