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The Content Marketing Definition – Six Useful Examples

Looking for a definition of content marketing?

There are a lot of content marketing definitions out there, but not a lot of useful ones for practitioners and content marketers.  So, here are a number of content marketing definitions depending on your need:

 

1. Content Marketing – Formal Definition

Content marketing is the marketing and business process for creating and distributing relevant and valuable content to attract, acquire, and engage a clearly defined and understood target audience – with the objective of driving profitable customer action.

A content marketing strategy can leverage all story channels (print, online, in-person, mobile, social, etc.), be employed at any and all stages of the buying process, from attention-oriented strategies to retention and loyalty strategies, and include multiple buying groups.

Content marketing is comparable to what media companies do as their core business, except that in place of paid content or sponsorship as a measure of success, brands define success by ultimately selling more products or services.

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2. Content Marketing – Less Formal Definition

Content Marketing is owning, as opposed to renting media. It’s a marketing process to attract and retain customers by consistently creating and curating content in order to change or enhance a consumer behavior.

 

3. Content Marketing – Elevator Pitch

Traditional marketing and advertising is telling the world you’re a rock star.  Content Marketing is showing the world that you are one.

Source: Robert Rose

 

4. Content Marketing – For Practitioners

Content marketing is about delivering the content your audience is seeking in all the places they are searching for it. It is the effective combination of created, curated and syndicated content.

Source: Michael Brenner

 

5. Content marketing is the process of developing and sharing relevant, valuable, and engaging content to target audience with the goal of acquiring new customers or increasing business from existing customers.

Source: Amanda Maksymiw

 

6. Content Marketing – For Non-Believers

Your customers don’t care about you, your products, your services…they care about themselves, their wants and their needs.  Content marketing is about creating interesting information your customers are passionate about so they actually pay attention to you.

Need more?  Here are 21 more definitions courtesy of Heidi Cohen.

 

Source: http://bit.ly/Nm7p84

By Joe Pulizzihttp://bit.ly/w17smc

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