Economic dimension of investment in content strategy
Theoretical model of attribution of economic value to generated messages from content strategy, compared to conventionally built content. The higher cost of strategic content is diluted over time by increasing the ROI, and requires less marketing activities and further apart to get the same result.
Argument against calculating the ROI of content strategy
The Content Strategy (CS) has a intangible value for the organization. The obsession with measuring results and translate them into ROI can be counterproductive, because the CS provides results permanently. We need to consider the invest in CS from the financial cost structure of the company. From this perspective, is a sunk fixed cost that can be associated with stepped fixed costs.
The failure of content marketing without underlying content strategy
Several studies have warned in recent months that 80% of B2B content marketing will never query. They also state that 41% of sellers in this sector do not use the content in their operations because they do not find. The detected faults show that content marketing without underlying solid content strategy is doomed to failure.
Explanation, step by step, of the preparation of an annual budget of contents. The method is universal, both for large corporations with large amounts of content and important production teams, as well as for sole proprietorships. The methodology is based on the unification of production in terms of hourly investment.
Concepts in the excellence report on corporate content
A trend in corporate communication is the development of a report of content excellence. This report contains comparative ratios of content published during the year and quality criteria which focus in the future. These criteria are the anticipating change, the renewal of objectives, the review process, the review of authority, the training and the development of corporate behavior.
Strategic actions to extract maximum performance to content
The expectation and curiosity aroused by our services page on Facebook has led us to classify, sort and deepen the extensive list containing this post. We have classified them into six sections: diagnosis and unified content strategy; governance; editorial intervention; assistance and production of content; audiences; and brand journalism.
When more investment does not improve content performance, there is the possibility that the topics chosen no longer serve the organization. A content audit focused on the analysis of patterns of behavior can provide clues to improve the themes and content models, from economic sustainability.