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insource outsource content creationThe key to a good inbound marketing is a good content. And a good content is quality content. Yes, I know, everybody says that, but it is essential to reply to the question: doing the content creation internally or outsource it?

 

But first, how do we define the « quality »?

 

  • The content: The written content have to bring answers to the targeted audience. And who knows your field of activity / your product / your customers better than yourself? The know-how, the technical skills, and the knowledge about your market are inside your company. How an agency could speak about your industry better than you?

 

  • The style: The layout is as much important as the written content: a massive text without format won’t be read, even if it is highly relevant to your audience. But the content also have to be compatible with major actors of the web, and be adapted to different format of content consumption: SEO-friendly, easily shareable, readable on smartphones and tablets…

 

Therefore, we are facing a dilemma: you have knowledge internally to write relevant, technical and specific content for your buyer persona, but have no idea how to master web technologies and being visible online. At the opposite, if you outsource the content creation, the style would be excellent, but the written content might be less relevant to your potential customers. That way, you would lose the benefits of content marketing.

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Stakes of content marketingThe content marketing is about creating informative and useful content and releasing it on different medias in order to catch attention of potential clients. This content can be on multiple formats: videos, articles, white papers, infographics, guides, studies, blogs, pictures…

Here are most important aspects of content marketing that lead to good results.

In the facts, it is widely used on internet thanks to the ease to share and spread content.

The content marketing is the first step in the inbound marketing process.

 

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Posted by: In: Marketing, Society 23 Nov 2013 0 comments

Phones obsolescenceThe planned obsolescence is process used by industries to reduce deliberately the lifespan of their products. The reason of this practice is simple. A product usable a long period of time is a brake, or even a risk, for companies because the demand for this product would decrease as soon as households would be equipped.

 

The principle is to reduce the lifespan, or the number of use, in order to increase the replacement rate. It can be done with less resistant materials or by including some measured defects.

The planned obsolescence is present in every business sectors since decades. Read more…