Be Persuasive With Your Content Marketing

persuasive-with-your-content-marketingYour goal with your content marketing is persuasion.

How can you be persuasive with your content marketing?

==> Being cautious and fearful or pushy and unpleasant are not the ways for today’s business to be persuasive with any kind of marketing!

Finding your own path of connecting, engaging, with assertive and conversational sales language is your goal.

Whew!  So… Content marketing is engaging your prospects.

There are ways to help you be persuasive with your content marketing.

What’s that, you say?

How do you find more of the clients you love to work with being persuasive with your content marketing?

–          You are growing your business and your brand.

o   You’re the one responsible for revenue, the income that keeps your business moving forward.

–          The success or failure of your business depends on quality and quantity of the leads you bring in when you are persuasive with your content marketing.

So how do you do it?

You understand what your clients care most about and take advantage of this insightful knowledge to give them what they want from you.

==> This is why you are the expert. You can be persuasive with your content marketing!

You have a unique voice and perspective that your content can reveal to attract your ideal clients.

• You can be persuasive with your content marketing through engaging, valuable, and credible writing in:

–          Your blog,

–          For your videos,

–          Social Media,

–          Speaking,

–          Networking…

–          Well just wherever you write and talk about your business!

This will be you sharing your expertise as you work at creating ‘happy campers’ talking about your brand.

Your formula for success?

Give, give, and give your target audience the information they want, when they want it, and how they want it. Yet, in reality, following this formula can be difficult and complex.

That means you have your content strategy when you…

–          Identify your ideal client.

–          Understand your values and benefits that will attract them.

–          Know how this content will help them want more from you.

–          Give them relevant content based on these pieces to help influence their decisions.

These are a few ways that you can (learn) be more persuasive with your content marketing.

Today your business can change, YOU can change consistently for better and bigger!

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Social Media Manager, Blog Consultant and Trainer at Ask Coach Donna
Social media training and promotion for entrepreneurs, professionals, and business bloggers.
Certified Business Coach, Intuitive Strategist ~ As a Social Media Manager and Coach, I do the work for you and/or train corporations and small businesses how to set up their blog and a Social Media Marketing Plan around their blog/website as their business hub. As a Social Media Marketing Expert, I teach Relationship Marketing and Social Media Mastery, consulting and speaking services for corporate, business owners, and conscious entrepreneurs around the globe!
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11 thoughts on “Be Persuasive With Your Content Marketing

  • September 6, 2014 at 12:17 pm
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    Donna, I think finding your ideal client is so important. If you don’t undersatdn that you are just shooting in the dark!

    Thanks Andy

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    • September 6, 2014 at 3:02 pm
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      Yes, Andy so true – I found that out – it took me awhile to figure out who I wanted to work with that would benefit from me 🙂

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  • September 6, 2014 at 2:31 pm
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    I really enjoyed this post. You drive home a very key point – you have to share your story because people join people who they know, like, and trust. Facts may tell, but it’s your story that sells…

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    • September 6, 2014 at 2:57 pm
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      Thanks, Dr. Lisa – and our story gives more background and engagement – so glad you stopped by 🙂

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  • September 6, 2014 at 2:37 pm
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    Thanks for all the tips and useful links. How do you start to narrow/identify your target audience? I always just want to say “everyone” 🙂

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    • September 6, 2014 at 2:54 pm
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      Well – Shannon, I am so glad you found this of some help
      Finding your ideal clients? I’ll write my next post on that one for you!

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    • September 7, 2014 at 6:18 am
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      Thanks Mike…yep — The more focused you are on marketing for your ideal clients, the more effective your marketing, and sales, will become.

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  • September 13, 2014 at 10:19 am
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    Donna: The prior comments from Andy and Lisa were “right on point”. One little tid-bit of food for thought, one of the best pieces of advice I got as I was searching for my ‘ideal client’ – from a blogging perspective – is “Your ideal client is…. YOU’. Think about it… What have you learned that would make the path easier for others who are like you? That advice helped me find “my voice” anyway. Thank You, Thank YOU, THANK YOU! prp

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    • September 13, 2014 at 4:27 pm
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      Thank you, Petter – and you are so right about your best client being YOU – that’s how I discovered working with systems helped me so much I had to share – and we do learn best what we teach!

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