Top 4 Strategies For Global Content Marketing Success

There is no dispute that content is the king of marketing. Be it SEO, social media content, brochures, newsletters or simple online conversations, informative and compelling content is what is needed to attract the users. And efficient Content marketing is what is needed to be successful today. It is, therefore, not surprising then to see most companies spending more than 25% of their marketing budget on content marketing alone. However, not all companies have the right resources and talent to use content marketing to its fullest potential. You will have to hire the services of a reputed content marketing agency to get the strategies right for you.

The content marketing agency will have the required talented professionals and knowledge of the latest strategies that are sure to help you have an edge over the others.

The four important steps that a content marketing agency needs to focus on are:

  1. Thorough keyword research

This is the most crucial aspect of any content marketing and its importance has amplified in the global content marketing market. It is important to develop content specific to country-based keyword lists. Remember, that though people may be located in different countries and speak different languages, some important business issues are always spoken about in using unique terminologies and you must take advantage of this opportunity. This is possible only through thorough keyword research. In fact, a content marketing strategy without a proper keyword research is like a train without an engine. It will have no direction and will not have an impact on the target audience.

  1. Dedicated and talented resources

Today’s users like to be well informed about a product or services and search for information on the internet before taking any decision. Therefore, it is imperative that you provide them with the most updated and unique content.  In order to achieve this, you must make sure to employ secure and skilled writers. These writers must have the ability to churn out unique and interesting content using the local idioms and facts in order to hold a user’s attention. Additionally, the writers must generate a steady volume of content to meet the growing demand for content in the global market. The employees can be either in-house or external on the contractual basis. The marketing managers can delegate the work according to the need and importance of the content. However,  it’s essential to maintain the quality of the content.

  1. Re-use and recycle

Well, the theme is applicable for most resources today and content is not spared from it either. Marketing managers must make sure to recycle and reuse every bit of conceivable content. The best way to re-use old press-releases is to make blog-posts and promote it using all possible channels. Other ways to recycle information is through e-books, white papers, webinars, etc.  These tactics are sure to give you optimal results while at the same time ensure you get increased ROI.

  1. Promote more than what you publish

For years now, companies are used to spending a huge amount of money on creating white papers, video or webinars, etc but fail to leverage online marketing tools. Online marketing tools allow the content to be used and reused for a longer period of time. In fact, a well researched and well-written content is an asset that can generate great ROI for months and even years after it being published. However, the promotion of such a masterpiece is always overlooked and that needs to be changed.

Entering the global market can prove to be highly rewarding and profitable only if the content marketing agency is fully prepared. Significant planning, research and promotion of content holds the key to success and they must be implemented if you wish to turn your dream into reality. In addition to content marketing, the agency needs to have efficient managers to can meet partners from a different country and negotiate terms for business.

 

 

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Nishtha has extensive experience of more than 15 years of media experience. She worked with leading media houses such as India Today, Pioneer and Reuters before setting out to do something on her own in 2006 with Pen Pundit Media Services. She is a BA (Eng Lit) and MA (Eng Lit) from Lady Sriram College, Delhi and holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism from Xavier Institute of Communication, Mumbai. Her love for digital communication and the development of technology drives the company forward.

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