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Unleash Your Content Strategy: Crafting the Perfect Blend

Welcome to a topic that could shape the destiny of your business: "Which Type of Content Should You Be Creating and Why?"

Creating the right content is like writing the first chapter of your business's story. It's how you engage, educate, and eventually convert your audience into loyal customers. So, grab your favorite cup of coffee, sit back, and let's embark on this adventure!

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The type of content you create should fit your business goals like a tailor-made suit. It all starts with understanding your product or service.

If you're in the business of selling a product, whether tangible or digital, the journey often begins with educating your audience. Imagine captivating video content, informative podcasts, or well-crafted blog articles that delve into the 'who,' 'what,' 'when,' 'why,' and 'how' of your industry.

Remember, you're not merely selling a product; you're offering a solution to a problem. Your content should reflect that. Delve into the pain points your product addresses, share success stories, and candidly review some competitors' offerings. By doing so, you not only educate your audience but also position yourself as an industry authority.

But, what if your business revolves around services rather than products? Well, the content strategy remains similar but with a twist.

For instance, if you're in the financial consulting business, start by demystifying the world of finance – its strategies, tools, and trends. Break it down so your audience grasps what they're dealing with. Next, explore the tools and resources your industry peers are using to perform these services.

This isn't about promoting competitors; it's about showing your audience you're in tune with the industry's best practices. Share your insights, thoughts on these tools, and how they can benefit businesses.

Whether you're in the product or service domain, the endgame is to build trust and authority. You're not just selling a product or service; you're positioning yourself as the go-to expert in your field.

Now, when your audience trusts you, when they see you as the expert, that's when you can weave in your pitch. It's the moment you say, "Hey, I've educated you, I've guided you, and now, I have the solution you need."

And remember, whether you opt for video, audio, written content, or a blend, this is where your creativity shines. Your content is your voice in your industry – it's how you make your mark.

So, flex those creative muscles, experiment with different content types, and let your passion and expertise shine through.

Ready to take your content creation journey to the next level? Check out our equipment guide to get the gear you need to create quality content.

And don't forget to tune in to new episodes of the Better Business Owners podcast, with fresh insights dropping every Monday morning.

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