Content Marketing How to Build an Audience that
Builds Your Business

If you’re interested in marketing your business online (and who isn’t at this point), you can’t escape hearing about content marketing. It’s everywhere you look, or listen. But so what? What does content marketing actually mean for my business? Watch this video and find out for yourself …

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Content Marketing means creating and sharing valuable free content to attract and convert prospects into customers, and customers into repeat buyers. The type of content you share is closely related to what you sell; in other words, you’re educating people so that they know, like, and trust you enough to do business with you.

If you’re interested in marketing your business online (and who isn’t at this point), you can’t escape hearing about content marketing. It’s everywhere you look, or listen.

You hear that people don’t want advertising when making purchasing decisions, they want valuable information.

You hear that it’s content that spreads via social networks, generating powerful word-of-mouth exposure for savvy content marketers.

You hear that it’s content that people desire and seek out, and it’s great content that Google wants to rank well in the search results so those people can find your business.

You hear that content is the best way to achieve what advertising is supposed to achieve, but doesn’t do so well online — to get people to know, like, and trust your brand.

You hear all of that, and yet, perhaps you’re thinking …

So what?

What does content marketing actually
mean for my business?

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Here’s the answer, in this free series of ebooks by Copyblogger Media founder and CEO Brian Clark and the Copyblogger Media editorial team.

We’ve built a software company with over 100,000 customers out of a simple blog, and we did it by practicing what we teach. In these high-impact ebooks, we lay out for you exactly why content marketing is what works … and how to do it effectively.

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Content Marketing: How to Build an Audience that Builds Your Business

Content Marketing Research: The Crucial First Step

The Business Case for Agile Content Marketing

A Content Marketing Strategy That Works

How to Create Content That Converts

Effective Content Promotion

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