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The Framework To Create A Brilliant Content Plan : Content Creation

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The Framework To Create A Brilliant Content Plan : Content Creation

What to Create new content for your blog?

Followed by keyword research, the next stage of any Content Plan is Content Creation. This stage is supposedly the most crucial one as this is what will make or break your entire Content Marketing Plan. You need to be sure about the framework you choose for your content piece. Here is the perfect content framework that is advised to be followed for writing a good content.

If we haven’t said it enough, we’ll say it one more time: The processes you put in place to manage your content marketing will be unique. Your story is (or should be) unique, and so too will be your method for telling it.

Everyone around has their own story and so does your brand. There are a lot of people out there who are keen to know it. Here, as a Content Marketer, it becomes your responsibility to put down that story in form of words in front of your audience and help them believe that this is something that’ll solve their problems. Your content must be able to add some value to the reader’s life.and make their lives better in some valuable manner.

“Make it simple. Make it memorable. Make it inviting to look at. Make it fun to read.” Leo Burnett

What you must ask yourself while you are writing?

Does it

  • Engage?
  • Solve a problem?
  • Have a call to action?

A good, grammatically correct content, won’t suffice if you are not good at the optimization bit. Similar to the Keyword Research, here I’ve put together the detailed infographic for you to assist you throughout the Content Creation.

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Well, now your post is all set to be rolled out. For this you deserve a pat on your back, you really do. After this comes the part where you need to make sure your content reaches your audience. How will you do that? - With a foolproof Content Distribution Plan. Read the next post where we I have discussed Content Distribution.

Ruchika Sharma
Ruchika Sharma
Ruchika Sharma, the Product Marketer at iZooto is an Art Lover & Creative Writer who likes to sketch in her free time. She dreams of travelling the world someday, all by herself. To connect with her, follow her on Twitter: @Sh_ruchika

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