NEW YORK, Nov. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- A crucial element to successfully growing your small business is the ability to attract and then work to retain a large base of satisfied customers. In today's Internet-driven marketplace, implementing a compelling small business content marketing strategy is a necessary tool that will help you to connect to your audience online and keep them coming back for more. So, how do you feed your hungry audiences with fresh and consistent content?
Content Marketing Strategist, Pamela Muldoon, insists on asking your audience four key questions to get to the heart of their needs which will help develop the framework necessary to generate great small business content ideas. In her latest article on PR Newswire's PR Toolkit, "Content Marketing 101: Using Questions to Create Consistent Content," she provides a case-study example to help put this concept into action.
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