A-Z of Digital Marketing – Content Marketing

Presented by

Dave Clough & Phil Vong, Receptional

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How to create a content marketing strategy (that your customers will actually care about) We’ve all been in those difficult ideas sessions – butting heads, awkward silences, diplomatically rejecting terrible suggestions one after another while internally screaming “get me out of here!” This frustration is often amplified in the finance space where good ideas are particularly hard to come by, what with dry subject matters and all that pesky red-tape. Have you ever thought: “Surely there has got to be a better way to produce content strategies than throwing spaghetti against the wall and hoping something eventually sticks?” The answer is yes. There is. David Clough is the Head of Content Strategy at Receptional and the above scenario is one painfully close to his heart. With a career in creative strategy spanning over a decade, he has developed a series of go-to methods and get-out-of-jail free cards that turn those headache meetings into delightful and productive meetings of great minds. Join him for his Content Strategy Masterclass where he reveals the tricks of the trade, the sharing of which, may well see him barred from the Content Marketing Magic Circle. Topics covered include: • Historic Content Optimisation Quick and easy strategies to improve the performance of old content • Content Gap Analysis Plug gaps in your content based on competitor insights, and fill them • Industry Blog Hijacking See what the biggest sites in your niche do and take calculated inspiration • Customer-driven Strategies Create a content strategy that your customers actually care about.

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