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Content Marketing Strategies For Dummies by Stephanie Diamond

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Chapter 10

Examining Your Content Plan

In This Chapter

arrow Knowing the value of your current content

arrow Understanding the needs of stakeholders

arrow Identifying gaps in content

If you don’t have a content plan in 2016, you are seriously jeopardizing your company’s chances for success. Everyone from “boring” companies like machinery manufacturers to red-hot companies like BuzzFeed have one.

As you begin creating your content plan, you need to remember that your content marketing strategy is different from your content plan. A content marketing strategy determines how your company goals will be met by marketing your content. A content plan details specifically how your content will be created, managed, and distributed to meet the goals you identified in your content marketing strategy.

In this chapter, you look at the current state of your content and what it takes to put a content plan together. I also point you to a downloadable content audit worksheet to help you document your existing content. For more on your content marketing strategy, see Chapter 1.

Evaluating Your Content

Your content can be one of your company’s greatest assets if you give it careful thought and attention. Some companies ...

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