Hi Lydia! Tell us a bit about yourself. What do you do?
– I’m a digital strategist, educator, and owner of Kellam Communication. As a consultant I work with brands, agencies, and startups to help them improve their digital communication. I help them find better ways of constructing engaging stories, building strong audience relationships, and creating business growth in the digital world. I’m also the course director of Berghs online course Digital Content Marketing, and program director for the Growth Marketing program.
Digital marketing involves many different aspects. What are the key factors to creating successful messages and campaigns?
– Be data-driven and use sincere storytelling to build relationships with your audience.
Is “content (still) king”?
– Content is no longer the solitary king. Context is crucial – the queen, so to speak. It’s crucial to create content that is relevant to the applicable audience, while finding a position and value in the context of where that audience is located. With attention spans shortening and our digital feeds getting louder and more crowded, we need to incorporate timing, relevancy and adapt our content to the daily lives of our audience in order to attract their attention.
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Content marketing involves writing and strategy, as well as design, photography, and video. Is one skill more important than the others?
– To have a strategic framework is key. So that is probably the most important skill to have. To be able to create stories and produce digital content that boost engagement, increase reach and helps business achieve their goals.
What are your top three tips for creating successful content marketing?
- Remember this: the content is not for you but for your consumers. Never use your digital marketing channels as your time to shine. Successful digital content marketing is about prioritizing your audience – putting your consumers first.
- Timing is everything. When you publish your message can sometimes be more important than what you say and how you say it. Especially if you want to get noticed in busy social media feeds.
- Get personal! Your number one goal with digital content marketing should be building stronger relationships and creating a community around your brand.
This course is designed for future content managers and offers a foundation in content strategy, a toolbox for content production and a practical case to apply knowledge to. You learn how to plan and produce good content and understand how to measure and improve your content value and performance.