We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again—content marketing can be tough. Creating content without a target audience is like Hall without Oates, peanut butter without jelly, Carly Rae Jepson without ‘Call Me Maybe’….essentially, it just doesn’t make sense.
Using a customer market research survey is a fairly quick and efficient way to identify an audience and start brainstorming content strategies that will keep current customers interested and convince potential customers to convert. By using the information found from a simple survey, we can begin to understand our audience and figure out what the heck we should be creating for them.
In her recent post, Distilled SEO Consultant Stephanie Chang talked about the framework for building a content marketing strategy - surveys make up an important part of the structure, and here are some tips on how to execute them specifically.