How to create Sticky Content

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This is Julie South and you’re listening to the HaloBizTip Podcast.  HaloBiz is all about helping to stimulate word-of-mouth in your world-of-mouse.  We polish business halos in the online world using smart & sharp digital marketing strategies like website design, software development and content creation.

 

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If you’ve been doing any research yourself about how to get more people to visit your website, or if you’ve got a digital marketer on your team, you’re probably aware that in today and tomorrow’s online world – which is where everything is going to originate and finish – then ‘content’ is where you need to start.

 

The more sticky your digital spaces are (for example, website, blog site, social media sites) the longer people will hang around.  Which is what you want – you want people hanging and digging around on your sites.  Why?  Because the longer they spend there the more likely they are to purchase from you.

 

So what can you do to make sticky content?   Here are 16 ways:

(1)  Take a topical news article and give your opinion on it:

  1. Write a blog
  2. Write a media statement in response
  3. Create a podcast
  4. Create a video

(2)  Review a new product / service in your industry:

  1. Write a blog
  2. Write a media statement
  3. Create a podcast
  4. Create a video

(3)  Take (1) and interview someone else about their opinion:

  1. Write a blog
  2. Write a media statement in response (collaborative industry opinion)
  3. Create a podcast
  4. Create a video

(4)  Take (2) and interview someone else about their opinions on the product/service:

  1. Write a blog
  2. Write a media statement in response (collaborative industry opinion)
  3. Create a podcast
  4. Create a video

As always, if you’d like more info and / or have any questions about any of these ideas sing out – julie@halobiz.co.nz.

 

You’ve been listening to Julie South from HaloBiz serving up a HaloBizTip one sound byte at a time.  To receive these sound bytes direct into your inbox sign up for yours today at halobiz.co.nz.  If you’ve got any questions or comments please send an email to julie@halobiz.co.nz.

 

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