“Post actively on social media". Sometimes people misinterpret that they should post any content to engage audience.
“Post actively on social media". Sometimes people misinterpret that they should post any content to engage audience. They forget another rule, ie., “The content should be contextual for the user". So when they post content like motivational quotes, they post quotes that motivate them but not quotes which the user may find value. Because everyone can post quotes. Who wants to invest time in research?
Next, comes the issue of posting on platforms. Just randomly posting on all platform is not the way to go. “Contextual content should be available when the user wants it, wherever the user wants it". That means is your users prefer a specific type of content on a specific platform then that content needs to be present on that platform. Some platforms serve a specific purpose, and hence has restrictions on what can/cannot be posted on that platform. Using a platform without understanding serves no purpose.
Here’s few reading which may help to get started:
- Understanding Contextual Marketing : https://www.impulsecreative.com/blog/context-marketing-vs-content-marketing
- Creating & Distributing Meaningful Content : https://www.inc.com/jeff-haden/how-to-create-great-content-a-step-by-step-guide-to-content-marketing-that-delivers-real-results.html
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