Why Strategic Planning is Critical to Small Business Content Marketing Campaigns
NEW YORK, June 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- With so many elements involved in developing a content marketing campaign, determining how all of those pieces fit into the overall puzzle can either make or break the success of a small business.
In the most recent article on PR Newswire's PR Toolkit, Founder of Interact Media, Steve Lazuka outlines a two-pronged approach to follow when formulating your company's content marketing plan. He explains that you should start by asking a few questions such as "Where are we at the present?" before any actual planning may begin and then provides examples of common actions to take that all small businesses can benefit from. From compiling e-books and podcasts to presenting information in a digestible format, Lazuka believes that a clearly defined strategic plan is key to the success of any business.
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