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The purpose of content marketing is to attract and retain customers by consistently creating relevant and valuable content with the intention of enhancing the consumer’s behavior. Content marketing is an ongoing process that needs to be integrated into a company’s overall marketing strategy. When communicating with your customers and prospects you want to deliver information that helps the reader solve an issue or learn more about your company, products or services in a non-salesy way. If you are able to provide valuable content to your target audience, they will ultimately consider your business when it’s time to make the purchase.
So where does search engine optimization (SEO) and social media marketing fit into all SEO, Social Media and Content Marketing Trainingof this? Creating high quality content for your website is only part of the game, but getting your potential customers to find and read your content is ultimately what you’re trying to achieve. Your content needs to be optimized so that Google and other search engines will list it in their search results. The higher you rank in organic searches, the more traffic you’ll get to your website. And by incorporating social media marketing into your online marketing mix, you’ll increase your chances of getting your content found by a multitude.
In this interactive online session, Laura and Chris will discuss the principles and many best practices of content marketing; they’ll share proven and tested search engine optimization and social media marketing tactics and strategies, and you’ll also learn how to develop and execute an online marketing strategy and how to measure the results of your online marketing efforts.
The webinar targets business owners, marketing professionals, online marketing professionals, SEO consultants and anyone interested in learning more about content marketing, SEO and social media marketing.
Laura Lear, Vice President of Marketing at Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) and Chris Raulf, online marketing expert and founder of Boulder SEO Marketing
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