Along the path, you meet all types of people and develop your network that you can sell your products/services to. But what happens when your business is ready to scale faster than the potential client base of your network?
In this day and age, most businesses have websites. In fact, customers expect you to have a website if you want to be perceived as credible. The problem is not all businesses build their website with the intention of catering to the end user -- this causes massive issues.
Define Your Objectives
Before you do anything, you need to first decide what you’re hoping to accomplish by implementing a content marketing strategy. This will vary for every organization, but could be a combination of things like reaching new customers, engaging existing customers, getting more conversions, or positioning your brand as an industry thought leader. Document and define your objectives so there is no ambiguity and everyone knows what you’re working towards.
Having grown a business from nothing into something, I know better than most the struggles that business owners face and the constant balancing of cash flow to keep the business alive while still being able to grow. Whether you want to do digital marketing yourself or you plan on outsourcing, here are some things to consider for your strategy.