Content marketing can be difficult until you get the right foundation built. We use sites from the link below to find pictures for our content.
We also have an intern committed to writing our blogs. It took some training to get her where she needed to be, but she is a valuable asset now. You can reach out to local university career services to get that process started. I'd recommend a journalism/marketing student.
I also love to use lists on twitter. I manage multiple company pages and find content to share is easy once you setup a robust list. You can use:
to find experts in your desired field. Once you find them, go to their twitter profile and add to your created list. Once you get a good list set up, you'll be able to find content to schedule for the next week in about 15 minutes. Hope this helps.
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Hey there Hein,
Content is a big deal for certain. We have seen great results in lead gen and awareness building through publishing articles, blog posts, PR, etc.
My suggestion is to take a strategic approach to it. Make sure that you know who it is that you are targeting and what the outcome is that you want.
There is much more to content marketing than just throwing words up on a blog or writing some article. So, I would start with knowing what you want to have happen.
In terms of actual copy, you can find folks like Odesk and Text Broker at the low end. The gang at Blog Mutt is more predictable but less strategic. Our bias is towards Content and Blog (www.contentandblog.com).
And, I will tell you that the SEO guys know who puts out good stuff because it makes their work easier and produces big results. Ask folks in that space as well.
You've already got a lot of generalized advice for free. However, advertising content, per se, is definitely limited and localized, otherwise irrelevant. You need to look for native talent. Content is also both composed and read. We always had someone to not only generate but manage. Editors, engineers, psychologists, and subject matter experts may be needed depending upon what you want to market. Further advice will cost you.
Plenty of good content writers here and on Linkedin... Definitely would follow Google alerts, Talkwalker alerts, Freezilla, and niche related articles and blogs. Follow an industrial or niche related notable writer. Create your own spin or interpretation of other works as a review.
I love zerys.com. I've found a few favorite writers, although there are thousands to choose from. A typical 600 word blog post with SEO cost $30 and is done right in the first draft in two days or less. You can check out the post quality at http://kmbuildingandremodeling.com/category/remodeling-projects/. Ive also used them for articles for an entertainment company and a fire retardants manufacture. Whatever you have to write about, they've got the talent.
I have found great writers on ODesk and believe it or not I have discovered 2 excellent writing groups on fiverr.com
You're on a site where you can find great content writers! Check out the top copywriters on mosaicHUB's expert search: http://www.mosaichub.com/service_provider/search?keyword=Copywriter&location=&ng=1
Hi Hein, there are a number of custom writing sites out there that can provide articles that may be suitable for you.
textbroker.com, articleteller.com, hirewriters.com are some I have used that can provide you with some content relatively quickly.