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How to Make Content Marketing Plan for Your Website



A lot is available on internet about what content marketing is and its functions. However, when it comes to samples or examples, nothing promising comes in the sight. Here is the content marketing strategy example, with given name of platforms and SMO as well.
Be it a new website or running since the internet has started content marketing is essential in both the cases if one wants to grow big. The content marketing plan has been segmented into various forms, kindly go through all and understand how this can help you achieve goals.

BLOGGING PLATFORMS

  • Site Blog: Add a blog to the site and publish well written content on it.
  • Other Blogging Sites: like Ezinearticles.com, sooperarticles.com. Choose at least 10 websites. 
  • Quora: Create 2 -3 accounts and start creating questions then begin answering them.
  • LinkedIn: It has a facility called ‘Publish a Post’. Your followers and connection will read that content.
  • SlideShare: Though content goes in short forms but it is a good way to get backlinks
FREE BLOG AGGREGATOR SITES

  • Reddit
  • Alltop
  • Blogorama
  • Bloglines
  • Blogrific
  • Blogcatalog
PAID BLOG AGGREGATOR SITES

  • Blogengage
  • Blokube
  • Eatonweb
  • Blogsearchengine
INFOGRAPHICS SITES

  • Vidoeinforgraphic.com
  • Infographicsite.com
There are hundreds of sites, join at least 10 the best ones.

REVIEWS AND RATING SITES

  • Mouthshut.com
  • Tripadvisor
  • Yelp
Join or subscribe many travel blogs and engage into commenting and put your site’s URL there.

SOCIAL MEDIA PLAN

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • Google Plus
  • Tumblre
  • Pinterest
  • Instagram
On all the above mention social sites, create a company page where you can share the following things:
Quotes
Published links with arresting taglines
Banners with #hashtags
Images with #hashtags
Put Quizzes
Run Campaigns

Next, on Google+ and FB create communities and join as many as relevant communities you can. Share the published links there for getting more and varied traffic on site. And on FACEBOOK ‘boost the post’ is a good thing to promote website instantly.

PRESS RELEASE SITES

The list of PR sites (free ones) keeps on changing. So, find the active sites. PR activity is not so regular but it helps in backlinks, however.

GUEST POSTS

Many websites allow free guest posting on their websites. It is a good way to utilize their traffic to gain attention for your website. However, always go for guest posting only in your niche, for instance if you hold a traveling site, then post where travel related information is being published. Publishing travel article on book review website won’t help.

E-BOOKS

E-books can be created for many things such as how-to and where and when, etc. Creating small e-books of page length from 10 to 50 is a good option to attract users. Provide these E-books for free if you want no ego clashes between you and your users. Also, numerous publishing platforms are available for e-book publishing. Some great ones are zimmu.com, oboko.com, foboko.com, etc.

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