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Part one of our series on Why Companies Create Content we looked at changing customer perception and part two focused on making use of public opinion. This next instalment explores how companies can best construct content to respond to the frequent (and not so frequent) queries that come from their audience.
Following on from Part One of this series where the topic of influencing brand perception was discussed, this new instalment looks at how content can help you tap into the mindset of the people you’re trying to sell to. Part two: to gauge public opinion Pretty much any content related book, article or conference talk you come across will at some point mention the term ‘audience-focused content’.
There’s a lot written about how to plan, publish and promote content, but much less on the reasons for doing so in the first place. The majority of businesses know there’s a damn good reason for having branded social media profiles and regularly communicating with their audience about something other than their products, but actually pinpointing ‘why’ can often be difficult.
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