Strategic Content For Beginners: 5-Step Guide

You might’ve heard how important content creation is to the growth of your business, but as you’ll see throughout this post, it needs to have a well-planned purpose. When developing an Amazon product strategy, here are the five first steps you should take:

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1. Define your audience

We’re not creating content for the sake of it. We make it for particular people who are looking for answers. So, first and foremost, you must decide whom you’re creating content for – your buyer persona. Knowing your target audience can allow you to create a more relevant and valuable Amazon product strategy with content your audience wants to read and convert on.

2. Pinpoint the problems you intend to solve with your content

Just like your product or service ideally solves a problem you know your audience has, your content coaches and educates your audience through this problem as they begin to identify and address it.

A sound content strategy supports people on both sides of your product: those still figuring out their main challenges and those already using your product to overcome them. 

3. Select the content formats you’ll focus on

What forms will your content take? Infographics? Videos? Blog posts? Having identified the topics on which you want to take a position, you’ll need to determine which formats to budget for to express that position best. Here’s a list that can help you: 

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4. Match the content to the channels where it’ll be published

Just as you can create content in different formats, you’ll also have different channels to publish it. Channels can include owned properties, such as your website and blog, and social media properties, such as Facebook and Instagram.

5. Manage creation and publication

Your marketing plan should go beyond the types of content you’ll create — it should also cover how you’ll organize your content. With the help of an editorial calendar, you’ll be on the right track for publishing a well-balanced and diverse content library on your website. Then, create a social media content calendar to promote and manage your content on other sites.

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