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7 Ways to Make
Following the 80/20
Rule Easier
First off,  What is
the 80/ 20 Rule? 

From Hubspot: 

"80% of your content should be
interesting and helpful,  and 20%
ca...
Share articles you read
(that you didn't write)
Share Vendor and customer
accomplishments

(that may or may not be business-
related)

    

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Do the same for
employees

(that shares work and out-of-work activities)
Ask Questions

 

(that also help create buyer personas)
Let people know What
you like about your
Vendors

(that your vendor doesn't pay you to share)

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invite people to
events

(that they don't have to pay your company to attend)
Post pictures and Videos
showing off your
company culture

(that aren't too crazy)
Visits
writeram)ycolckc. c0m
to learn more about
creating content.
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7 Ways to Make Following the 80/20 Rule Easier

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7 Ways to Make Following the 80/20 Rule Easier

  1. 1. 7 Ways to Make Following the 80/20 Rule Easier
  2. 2. First off, What is the 80/ 20 Rule? From Hubspot: "80% of your content should be interesting and helpful, and 20% can be more promotional"
  3. 3. Share articles you read (that you didn't write)
  4. 4. Share Vendor and customer accomplishments (that may or may not be business- related) fi
  5. 5. Do the same for employees (that shares work and out-of-work activities)
  6. 6. Ask Questions (that also help create buyer personas)
  7. 7. Let people know What you like about your Vendors (that your vendor doesn't pay you to share) MG)
  8. 8. invite people to events (that they don't have to pay your company to attend)
  9. 9. Post pictures and Videos showing off your company culture (that aren't too crazy)
  10. 10. Visits writeram)ycolckc. c0m to learn more about creating content.

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