Living in this day and age, we’re all oversaturated with one word.
Content this, content that, it’s so widely used that it's beginning to lose all meaning. And this is completely understandable since the term is used in a myriad of different contexts - creative content, sales content, functional content, etc.
Yet, real content writers, people who know exactly what this type of writing demands - both content-wise and formally - need to keep their focus very sharp. They need to know what the priorities of content marketing really are, and to stick to them.
In this post, I'll go through both the content side of things - the actual substance of what you should be writing, and the "marketing” side of things - the way it needs to be organized, formatted, and marketed, in order to be accessible.
Hopefully, by the time you’ve finished this article, you’ll know exactly what you need to do in order to become a quality content marketing writer yourself.