5 Ingredients to making
great content

By Sprinble / May 21, 2018 / 4 Min Read

Content marketing is a great way to get people talking about your product, your services and your company. Creating content isn’t always easy, but it is extremely important to improve your SEO scores as well as build brand recognition. If you don’t have great content on your website, then you are probably missing its potential customers. Effective content is not produced in a vacuum from a list of topics you personally want to write about, it’s made out in the open with the involvement, direction and feedback from your audience. Creating content that is related to your business is an excellent way to become relevant to your audience.

For producing valuable contents on your website, you need to consider some ingredient that will make you different from the crowd.

#1. Define your objectives.

Before you look at a content to create, you need to ask why yourself what you are making and why you are making it. Then state you can start research on creating your content with the end product in mind. It would make sense for you to start creating your content without knowing what the subject is and where you want to go with it. It is important that you have:

  • a goal in mind — who you want to create the content for.
  • a destination that you can work with — the purpose of your content.

With this, you’ll have an idea of what you want the readers to take away from your content.

#2. Originality.

Creating your own original content will bring readers to your page because your recipe will be different and will offer information they can’t find elsewhere. For this, the content you present to your visitors has to be quite original. Original content can also be an abridgement of an older piece of information and it’s quite possible that you are able to present an older piece of information to your users in a more effective way. If you bring something unique that only you can, because of knowledge and experience, you’ll attract more visitors.

#3. Engage your readers.

As a content developer, your aim should be to engage the audience with your content. An engaged audience hangs on to your every word and grabs all that you write. You can also use emotional triggers to seek attention of its visitors so as to push him/her in action. However, the same type of emotion may not work for every situation, so you have to understand the emotions for each situation. For instance, when generating sales, it is not every emotion that works, so you have to focus on the emotions that are sales related.

#4. Communicate better by adding pictures and videos.

As you know “a picture says a thousand words”. Images can help you show how something is supposed to work. When making a dress, it can be helpful to see how the end result is supposed to look and follow instructions with that image in mind. Try to use pictures, videos or diagrams in your content because they can help illustrate your point easily and make your content more appealing. Visualizing can give your readers a better understanding of what they are reading, especially if they are visual learners.

#5. Create a strong title.

A strong title is what sells your product. It is important as the appearance of your product or services. A strong title sparks interest and invites readers to your posts. It is the title of our content that appears on blogs, forum groups and other social platforms. A title must go with the media and quickly but effectively explain what the purpose is. titles are also important part of SEO that helps Google know what the content is going to be about.

Besides these essential ingredients, do not treat any sort of content lightly. Writing a piece of content is difficult as the good ones take more time to research and write. Moreover grammar and spelling is also important because a typo can throw off an entire audience as it can be a huge distraction or a cause of confusion to your readers. Finally, the only way your content will connect with people enough to have them share it and help you reach your goals is for you to reach out to them directly by understanding their emotions and flowing with them.

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