27 Nov If content is the king, who’s the jack of all trades?
IF CONTENT IS KING, WHO'S THE JACK OF ALL TRADES?
After constantly writing and creating content over various pages and social media platforms that I handle, I feel that I haven’t been able to share my work and inspire others. Thus, I need to brew ideas to market my content across the world wide web.
But how? Elementary, I should add, with the ability to share my work through the effective means of Content Marketing.
Through Content Marketing, I can look forward to sharing my views and opinions with audiences that may be interested in the genre of work I’m dabbled in.
I could organize, manage, maintain relationships, manage distribution, and a lot more with Content Marketing.
Although, Content Marketing begets the question – what are the best ways to do content marketing?
One of the best ways to assist with your content marketing efforts is to make use of the available content marketing tools online.
With content marketing tools – taking your content to the next level has never been easier. But how do you effectively use tools for content marketing?
These are some of the tools that I use to get my content out and about:
- Hemingway Editor
When it comes to keyword research, I would use SEMRush to help me understand search marketing better. Checking for keywords, competitor ads, and finding out how other people scale their online presence organically.
Imagine having tools readily available at your fingertips. That’s how good Uberflip is. It is a hassle to manage a lot of different content and their respective mediums. But with Uberflip, it would assist you in managing blog content, images, designs, and a lot more.
Additionally, Uberflip allows you to build content hubs to help streamline users’ experience once they visit your site.
I found it ironic that the most dreaded day of the week would somehow end up being named as a go-to tool for organization. But if the shoe fits, then wear it!
Managing your content can be similar to managing your project. In simpler terms, Project Management. The deal with monday.com is that it is your personal tool to plan your content. A calendar with features that allowed me to organize work as per the genre associated with it.
Although most of my time beckons me to work solo, I do collaborate with external people and peers for my work. It becomes mundane to individually send emails, or forward to all recipients, especially when certain partners may be elusive to content without context.
This is where Trello comes into play.
Trello bridges the gap between the creator, the team, and the client. Using Trello’s lists, cards, and boards, Projects can be commented upon, discussed, and carried out to execution.
As often as possible, I finish my content with an edit to make sure there are no loopholes.
The Hemingway editor is one such tool that helps me out when it comes to editing long-form content for fluency, grammar, tone, and sentence structure.
The tool is a brilliant analyzer for passive voice, adverbs used, and alternatives for difficult phrases.
Overall, it makes my content more readable, and it is easy to use.
Content Marketing tools help market content in a more effective and efficient fashion. Reaching out to similar audiences is now easier and made organically possible.
My journey through content marketing effectively took a good leap with the above tools.