How to Promote Every Piece of Content You Create

Content is one of the things that need several factors to make every piece of content successful. Content will be useless if your content marketing does not follow a decent content promotion.

Your blog posts, press releases and content in websites should apply a content marketing promotion to have enough leverage for the content. This is why you need to learn some content marketing strategies to help market your website and eventually generate sales leads. Moreover, your content marketing skills will be the gauge in determining how much traffic your website has.

Below is a simple guide to promote every piece of your content:

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Social Media Branding Strategies for Businesses

rawpixel-778690-unsplashSocial media can be a very useful tool for marketing business whether it is for selling, content marketing, or customer support. It is an excellent method for businesses to be able to reach the target audience and build their brand.

However, there are just plenty of social media platforms available. Making your brand stand out from the rest can be quite a challenge if you want your brand to be represented the way you want it on social media,

Here are the strategies you need to follow to amplify the results:


1. Select the right networks

There are so many different social media platforms and apps available online and it may really be hard to choose the right one. Or, it can also be tempting to try all of them. However, you have to make sure you choose the social media that suits your company, and you can do this by identifying the network that aligns with your brand’s image in order for you to see progress.


2. Don’t take visual branding for granted

When it comes to social media branding, visuals are a very important aspect. You need to make sure that your branding is consistent across all channels because this is one way to help people recognize your company regardless of the app or the site they are using. The most popular brands today, if you would notice, have consistent color and design.

3. Develop your voice

The personality of your brand should reflect on your social media posts. If you are able to do this, it means that you are beginning to develop social media voice, which also means that you are able to effectively get your brand’s message across Facebook, Twitter, and other networks. Here are the three elements you have to consider:

  • Your company’s culture. The culture in your company is what you stand for, what your company believes, and what makes it special.
  • Your audience. When you speak about your brand, you should be able to establish a connection with your audience.
  • Authenticity. Your social media voice must be something that is authentic and unique.

4. Ensure consistency with your contents

Selecting blogs, videos, and contents to share with your audience is not that simple; you still have to make sure that you follow a sort of guidelines on the topics that you will have to share. Pick the topics which are related to your industry and to your brand.

5. Post regularly

If you want to be remembered by your audience, make sure that you regularly post content. People today have a shorter attention span and social networks are rapidly growing, so it is important to prioritize your content publishing. If you want to determine how frequent you should post, it will have to depend on your audience because you will still have to observe what is best for your brand. There are also available tools online that will help you determine how often you should post.

6. Establish a connection with influencers

If you are just starting out with your brand, you cannot expect to have as many followers and attention as those who are already popular and established. If you want to be able to see results, you should be able to establish relationships with influencers. This strategy will help you gain the attention of the audience who are already following the established people in your industry.


7. Make the most of your profile

You should avoid making the mistake that other brands make when it comes to their profile in social media. Because you are building your brand, it is important that you let people know who you are and what your company does. In your profile, just describe what your business does in the shortest possible way; in fact, two sentences will do.

8. Promote your social media profiles

It could be challenging at first to gain initial traction when you are just starting to promote your brand in the social media. It could be harder especially when you do not know where to start. But what you have to bear in mind is that you need to promote your social media profiles whenever and wherever it is possible.

Michael Tasner
ABOUT THE AUTHOR | Michael Tasner
CEO at No Joke Marketing, a demand generation agency focused on ROI and results. Dad, former CMO of Guerrilla Marketing, best-selling author
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