Practical Tips to Move You Toward Your Content Marketing Goals

Practical Tips to Move You Toward Your Content Marketing Goals

Practical Tips to Move You Toward Your Content Marketing Goals. It’s about the specific tactics you can use to start getting the results you’re looking for — sooner rather than later. On Tuesday, Jerod Morris let us know about the launch of Sites, a new podcast that helps you build the website you need to reach your goals. And on Wednesday, I outlined specific steps you can take to gain momentum when no one knows who you are (yet). Your “1,000 True Fans” aren’t going to show up overnight, but there is a path you can take to get to them. Over on Copyblogger FM, I talked about the “killer and the poet” — and what to do if you need a little boost in one of those two roles. We have four episodes for you at this launch. Each episode of Sites focuses on one of the four pillars of a successful website: content, design, technology, and strategy. That’s it for this week — have a great weekend, and we’ll see you Monday. — Sonia Simone Chief Content Officer, Rainmaker Digital Catch up on this week’s content by Stefanie Flaxman by Jerod Morris by Sonia Simone by Sonia Simone by Jerod Morris by Jerod Morris by Jerod Morris by Jerod Morris by Kelton Reid

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Practical Tips to Move You Toward Your Content Marketing Goals

This week is all about good, old-fashioned pragmatism. It’s about the specific tactics you can use to start getting the results you’re looking for — sooner rather than later.

On Monday, Stefanie Flaxman gave us some suggestions on timing when you want to approach that busy influencer with your killer idea or humble request.

On Tuesday, Jerod Morris let us know about the launch of Sites, a new podcast that helps you build the website you need to reach your goals.

And on Wednesday, I outlined specific steps you can take to gain momentum when no one knows who you are (yet). Your “1,000 True Fans” aren’t going to show up overnight, but there is a path you can take to get to them.

Over on Copyblogger FM, I talked about the “killer and the poet” — and what to do if you need a little boost in one of those…

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