31 Content Marketing Ideas for 2013-2014
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Have you been searching for innovative content ideas? If so, here's a list of content marketing ideas you should consider.

Have you been searching for innovative content ideas? If so, here's a list of content marketing ideas you should consider.

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  • 1. Have you been searching for innovative content ideas? If so, below is a diverse list of content marketing ideas you may want to consider executing. 1. Develop and refine your content marketing mission statement. Your mission statement is what you strive to be today and in the future. It’s critical to set the tone for your content and any marketing initiatives. 2. Find one or multiple partners and launch a content marketing project together. 3. Find at least three thought leaders in your organization and build them into your content plan. 4. Define your most valuable audience and consider a targeted print publication. 5. Assign one employee to SlideShare and figure out how to leverage this tool as part of your content marketing. 6. Develop a series of stories for your industry on an aspect that has never been covered before. 7. Make sure that every content landing page has only one call to action. 8. Update your social media influencer list before the end of the year. 9. Compile a substantial piece of influencer content (i.e., an eBook of influencer insights). 10. Get at least five employees who are not in marketing involved in your weekly content plan. 11. Make it a priority to personalize your content by persona. 12. Start a podcast series for executives. 13. Sit down with every salesperson and ask them what their customers’ biggest pain points are. 14. Develop a list of the top 100 questions coming from your customer base. 15. Commission a piece of art from a local artist to use in your next content piece. 16. Target one traditional marketing initiative that can be enhanced with content marketing. 17. Develop a content marketing metrics plan for your CEO or supervisor that includes only those metrics that will make the case for company business objectives. 18. Find a way to work with the leading trade magazine in your niche on a joint content effort. 19. Commission a piece of research that is important to your customers.
  • 2. 20. Take research findings and use them to build a six-month campaign with at least 20 independent content pieces. 21. Commit to smarter usage of images in your content. 22. Do an audit of all your blog posts and determine which types of titles lead to the right reader behaviors. 23. Make sure your content is easy to read on both smartphones and tablets. 24. Set up an editorial leader in each of your silos and plan to meet at least once per week. 25. Develop a customer event that doesn’t talk about your projects, but rather educates them on where the industry is going. 26. Create a piece of content that would be completely unexpected. 27. For every story idea you have, plan on developing 10 pieces of content from it. 28. Send a videographer and journalist to the next industry event and cover it. 29. Choose 10 of the top bloggers in your industry and sponsor a one-day brainstorming session on how you can all help each other. 30. Ask whoever is in charge of customer service what their top 10 complaints are. Build a content program to help with answers. 31. Make sure you are telling a different story than everyone else in your industry — not just the same story told incrementally better. Remember, content marketing is not about “what you sell’ it’s about “what you stand for.” The needs of your customers and prospects come first. Your mission statement must be all about the pain point of your readers and followers to work. Need help with your content marketing strategy and management? Contact Lori 877-447-0134, x111.