Are you content with your current content marketing practices? Improving daily marketing tactics can easily turn out to be a boundless and cyclical process, and one that takes a good amount of testing to get just right. Content marketing always stands out as a tool to educate and inform customers, but it is vital to ensure the content is optimized. Here are a few tips and tricks to get more engagement with your audience.
Focusing On the Experience
Coming up with informative content is the easy part when it comes to content writing. See if your team can take it further by writing material to craft a complete user experience. Try and figure out how your content can be improved, and also look at improving your website and strategy to ensure users spend more time reading up. The improvement of user experience can begin from several places.
- Test, as well as optimize, the mobile version of the site
- Write shorter paragraphs to publish on your mobile site
- Put in images and subheadings, as well as bulleted lists, so that your content has space
- Personalize all aspects
Writing Long-Form Content
With your content getting longer, you’ll also see a rise in the time your readers spend on your site. You need to gage their interest the whole way through, and also spark enough interest for them to want to visit your site again. Not all blogs need to be lengthy, but it does pay to write longer pieces every month. Try producing downloadable eBooks or clickable white pages. Also, keep an eye on who is visiting your pages, what led them there, and the number of downloads you have each month.
Reading Out Loud
You need to make sure that your content makes sense to the people visiting your site. While this may seem ridiculous given everything else, it still makes a huge difference if you remember to do it. The writing must be on-brand, and coherent with your theme. Writers can lose their thread of thought while writing. Reading out loud can ensure the message is coming across the way it’s intended to. If the content is not performing in the way it should, then reading it out loud can give you insights into what changes you should make. Everything you write should be easy to understand, and should come across as natural.