Ever wished you had a ‘stand-out’ piece of content? Something that people loved to share and reference and made you look like a superstar? The answer is easier than you think …
This week’s episode is all about (get ready for a sexy title:) The simple content that your customer wants but doesn’t have the time, money or inclination to create.
This is often overlooked, but there are a number of ways that you can create simple content (okay, it might take a little effort pulling it together) that is exactly the thing your customers want to come back to and use time and time again. It’s the same process a British business man used to start a company that in 2007 was valued at £843m.
Don’t let that intimidate you, whenever I’ve used this process i’ve created some of my most-bought products and most-shared content. It’s a great way to put your business in the spotlight.
Tune in to find out
- Why you don’t have to worry whether your content is going to be too advanced, or not advanced enough. Interactive content adapts to your customer’s needs
- Why your customers will love you (and pay you) to organise their life even if they could do it themselves
- How to use your customer’s consistent need as inspiration for your interactive content
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Madison Woods says
I had a surreal moment when I heard you mention my name and Wild Ozark when I tuned in to the podcast this evening. Thank you 🙂
Amy Harrison says
Ha! You’re not the first person to say that it made them jump a little. It’s like a funny way of saying ‘boo!’, but in a friendly way, and via a podcast… surreal indeed. 🙂
Hi! Thank you so much for your podcast, it was very interesting! I especially enjoyed ducking out of that seminar with you. I am not sure how to create interactive content, as much of the things I blog about are abstract, inspirational, or theological. But I think you are spot on about how important it is! So I’m brainstorming about it. Thank you so much.
Amy Harrison says
It was great to have you with me – let’s hope we made it out of the seminar and to the pub. 🙂
I can see you’ve already got some interactive content with your bible school curriculum. I think in your area of inspiration, it really lends itself to interactive content, because it’s something we all need on a daily basis.
I can definitely see valuable checklists, or planners to help give people ideas to keep them inspired and also thinking, discussing their faith.
Let us know how you get on and thanks for commenting. 🙂