Applying A Hub-And-Spoke Model To Your Content Marketing Strategy

July 26, 2016 Mike Lieberman, Chief Inbound Scientist

This is an updated version of a blog article that was originally published in September of 2014.

Everyone is talking about content marketing.

It’s obvious that you need content in order to connect with your audience, pull them into your website, educate them on a topic and eventually help them make a smart purchase decision by working with your business.

The content strategy development process is complicated: What content do we create? In what format? How often? How do we promote it? How do we optimize it? How does each piece of content inform the next? How do we ensure it turns visitors into leads? The questions are endless.

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