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Before publishing content, it's important to assess your content platforms. Tailoring your content and platform to your audience will make sure that you prevent wastage and make for a more efficient content strategy.
What are the key considerations?
Be conscious of the platform and the usage of the platform from the mass public or from the target that you're targeting and how they use it on a day-to-day basis, the types of content they interact with, and what's right for the tone of the platform.
This table shows the different forms of content and what works best on each individual channel. As you can see, Facebook and Twitter support a wide range of content types.
Just make sure that you're using the right content in the right channels at the right time to maximize the platform to its best usage. It's also really important to note that other platforms, like LinkedIn and Snapchat, do have their own benefits and have more niche audiences. It's not a case of looking at the largest amount of content formats per audience, but more what the platforms are that your audience is using.Back to Top
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ABOUT THIS DIGITAL MARKETING MODULE
This module begins by introducing the fundamental principles of content marketing to enable you to align content effectively with the Buyer’s Journey. It explores the knowledge and skills required to plan and execute a content marketing strategy in a persona-oriented, data-driven way. It also covers content creation, content curation, and how to extend the value of content using scheduling tools and promotion methods. The module concludes by examining the key metrics and tools for measuring the performance of a content marketing strategy.