Adding evergreen content to your content marketing strategy has many benefits. While creating content frequently can be hard to sustain, creating evergreen content may be a better investment, especially for smaller businesses with fewer marketing resources, because it can drive traffic for a longer period of time without the need to write more frequently.
It’s no surprise that customers and visitors to your website have questions about your business, product or service that need to be answered. And we try to answer those questions through our blog posts and page content. But often the visitor needs a simpler way to find the answer they are looking for.
We know that providing great content is important to our online marketing strategy, but creating that content can be a burden. According to the Content Marketing Institute, 57% of content marketers just simply don’t have enough time to produce content. And when you are a small business owner, time is a precious commodity.
All construction must begin with a solid foundation otherwise you risk building a structure that requires constant maintenance and repair. Effective content marketing is no different. Your content strategy must be architected and built as carefully and with as much care as the foundation of a building.
I must be getting more sensitive to bad grammar in blog posts, email newsletters and other types of content marketing. These errors glare out from the content and totally distract me from the topic of interest. The sad truth is that these grammar mistakes are found in the material of some of the top content marketing authors.
We all know that content is becoming more central to your overall marketing strategy. In fact, you will have trouble implementing any type of inbound marketing strategy if you aren’t able to produce great content. However, creating great content is difficult for most of us but the key is that you just need to start.