Is content marketing dead?
Not by a long shot!
Every year it seems people spout off about content marketing being dead. Google doesn’t love content anymore. People don’t read content anymore yada, yada, yada.
That couldn’t be further from the truth. Most the people who complain about content marketing being dead are the ones not willing to put in the work and realize their gains down the road. They want instant gratification. Fine, I get it and all. You want to work and immediately see money come rolling in. But is that reality?
Many successful marketers know that content marketing is a key aspect of building their brand and driving traffic.
But because it doesn’t always translate to INSTANT profits, this area gets overlooked.
Often gets back-burnered, and marketers lose this solid source of traffic and brand building.
This leaves a huge door for those bloggers staying active in their content creation and ALSO people wanting to offer content marketing services.
What is Content Marketing? The Service
Basically, creating AND curating content. This is a really simple service to offer busy bloggers because you are SAVING them TIME.
You’ll start off by creating a simple piece of content for a client’s blog….
Then set things up so that one piece of content gets shared across a variety of channels.
And you can do this easily without killing yourself writing 1000 words at a time for each client.
That’s what they’re lining up to pay for. EXPOSURE, Brand Building and Traffic. And you can make it SO EASY for them, by providing this valuable service.
If you have been online any amount of time and aren’t making a full time income from your effort yet, don’t worry. You know A LOT more than you think just through your daily grind and can offer simple services like content marketing and more. Want to learn how to do this?
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