How to Build a Content Marketing Plan in 10 Days
There’s content, and content that works. Which do you create?
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Create a better content strategy to grow your business
Not all content converts. In fact, most of it doesn’t. But that doesn’t have to be you.
In fact, you can have a content marketing strategy ready to go in two weeks. That could mean starting to get results in less than three.
And Sujan Patel, co-founder of Content Marketer and Narrow.io, will be there for you every step of the way.
Enroll in this free, 10-day email course now to build a content strategy with Sujan.
Day 1: Introduction
This first lesson is an overview of what you’re going to learn over the next two weeks. You'll see each area of content strategy we'll be working on.
Day 2: Conduct Market Research
Get to know your audience better and lay the groundwork to create 10x content by understanding your market through research.
Day3: Dig Into Keywords and Topics
See how to perform keyword research specifically for content marketing and develop a tiered list of keywords to target.
Day4: Create Killer Content
See Sujan's best strategies for creating content and optimizing it to rank well in search engines for the exact terms your audience is using.
Day 5: Hack Your Headlines
See three ways to come up with better headline ideas to attract readers from social, search, and everywhere else.
Day 6: Copywriting 101
Learn the science of writing conversion-driven copy to increase your subscribers, leads, and revenue.
Day 7: Build an Audience
See the best ways to build an engaged audience of advocates to help amplify your content promotion.
Day 8: Drive Conversions
Learn how to tie content to real business results and write content that grows revenue.
Day 9: Share It Out
Sujan shows you where and how to promote your brand's content through SEO, influencer marketing, and social media.
Day 10: Get Content Seen
Learn how to use more niche/advanced strategies like paid distribution, content outreach, and format-specific sites.