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How to Successfully Use Content in Your Marketing Automation
Did you know only 30% of B2B marketers say their organizations are effective at content marketing (Source: Hubspot)? With a huge emphasis on producing and publishing content, it’s important that your efforts actually create results that positively affect your bottom-line.
You see, your content must have purpose with an intent on nurturing prospects towards the buying decision. It’s a process but a rewarding one when implemented correctly in your marketing automation.
By segmenting and reporting on the different types of website traffic based on visitor behavior, you can gauge where your visitor is in the buyer’s journey and share content accordingly. In this guide, we’ll outline the 3 major phases of the sales funnel and how to successfully use content in your marketing automation.
In the awareness stage, the prospect is looking to solve a problem, get an answer, or meet a need. They are simply in the discovery phase where they’re seeking education, opinions, and insight. The buyer is aware they have a problem and are beginning to research ways to resolve the issue. Yet, they’re
Your goal at the top of the funnel is to position your brand as an expert and resource in the industry. Building brand awareness is key. You want to let your audience know what it is you do and offer so buyers recognize how you can help them. The focus is centering your content on their pain points, not your products or brand. Sharing useful content helps move your prospect towards becoming a lead.
How to Use Awareness Stage Content in Your Marketing Automation
Also referred to as the evaluation stage, at this level buyers are actively looking content related to solutions and how you may be a fit to fulfill their needs. They’re likely to visit your product pages, “About Us”, and other pages that highlight your features and benefits.
Therefore, content at the middle of the funnel needs to be incredibly informative, helping the prospect gain clarity on how to solve the problem they are experiencing. Capturing leads using compelling lead offers is your top goal at this level.
How to Use Consideration Stage Content in Your Marketing Automation
The buyer is now closer to making the financial decision to solve their problem. Through email nurturing, they’ve been cultivated by your content (whether blog posts, videos, infographics, etc.) and are now ready to do business with you. Your content marketing is about to pay off big…but we’re not finished yet! Content at the bottom of the funnel should make this a seamless process where leads can successfully purchase your product or service.
How to Use Decision Stage Content in Your Marketing Automation
A working content strategy moves your prospects along the buyer’s journey to becoming a customer of your brand. Successfully fusing your content with your marketing automation requires using content that aligns with each phase to relate to your customer. Implementing this blueprint helps you effectively nurture your leads to create favorable results from your marketing.
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