So, we’re onto day 3 of our tips for your content marketing. So, todays tip is very prevalent for this month, as we’ll all be looking to set our goals soon for 2019, so the big thing to add into your planning for the next year is your marketing plan, and more specifically connected to blogs.
It’s day two of the advent tips. So, we’ve all heard the fact that video is a top way of building your brand awareness and making a true emotional connection to your raving fans and audience.
So, over the next 24 days I’m going to be creating daily content to help you with your content creation, and get you to a stage where you arrive in 2019 prepared to totally knock your social media content out of the park.
So, the main point of todays blog is that too many people worry about creating PERFECT content.
BUT, MY AUDIENCE ISN’T ON SOCIAL MEDIA
The words I hear so often when it comes to creating content for going online. I often speak about using all social media platforms for content to remove the friction for your potential audience and most recently spoke at a networking event and was approached by a few businesses afterwards who insisted their customers are not using social media, so I thought this blog was due to go through each of the most popular social media channels and the audiences they have.
GDPR & SOCIAL MEDIA
So, GDPR, it’s coming whether we like it or not, and just a few hours ago I was surfing my social media and stumbled across a very interesting LinkedIn post. It spoke all about GDPR and what they saw as a huge issue for many small and large businesses who relied on email.
I’M ALREADY WORKING HARD, 8 HOURS A DAY
Oh boy, oh boy, this is something I hear a lot from people when I speak to them about their social content and chat about my process of:
Write A Blog
Bullet Point It
Do A Live Video
Re-Purpose the live video into multiple pieces of content that allow your followers to digest your content in their own way i.e. short form video, podcast, short-form audio, memes, etc. etc.
Hi, I’m Simon Scholes, former radio and tv presenter, and the founder of Perception Studios visual marketing agency. Just lately, something I’ve been pushing hard with both clients and also in my talks is podcasting, and the questions I’m always being asked afterward is, but, why should I podcast, and, but won’t this take me a long time to do? (more…)
So, how much patience do you have?
Hi, I’m Simon Scholes, founder of Perception Studios, and I’m a former radio and tv presenter and without a lot of patience, I certainly wouldn’t be able to say that. I spent years, getting knocked back, learning, getting knocked back again, learning more, until one day I succeeded. I was offered radio work, did live television and had a lot of fun in the process.