According to Moz.com, content strategy deals with the internal processes of your content and how you want your audience to perceive the information you are providing them.
You may have heard this from other marketers and have gotten confused about some of the phrasing.
Although similar, content marketing for dentists and dental offices and content strategy for dentists are two separate entities, therefore, providing their own unique set of values.
Let’s jump in.
According to Moz.com, content strategy deals with the internal processes of your content and how you want your audience to perceive the information that you are providing to them.
That is why as a dental office it is important to define your core values and unique value propositions within your overall business goals.
These are important because they will tailor how you will write and publish your content for your readers. Think about strategy as the overall goal you are trying to achieve within your current marketing goals.
Content marketing deals with how you produce content to your website. These can include (but are not limited to):
In fact, content marketing generates 3 times more leads than other channels of marketing like billboards or TV ads.
Now how can you tie both content strategy and content marketing into your business goals? Simple, turn the vision of the content strategy and content marketing and turn it into a content marketing strategy.
Hire us and we can develop a comprehensive content marketing strategy that will help build your web traffic.
Creating and constructing content that provides value to your readers will be a good starting point to laying a foundation of trust with your content.
Building trust with your readers through easy-to-digest content will help speed up the intake process
These do not have to be constricted to a certain way of delivering the information but instead can involve a number of different methods. Some can include:
Creating informative information that does not contain a lot of erroneous information will help customers understand the value of your services and how they will be communicated with. Establishing trust early in the content marketing strategy will be essential to developing that informative content.
Understanding your readers and the demographics (age, sex, gender, etc.) will help curate the type of content that you develop.
Defining this early on, like age and income, for example, will help qualify leads early on in the sales funnel.
By defining your audience and curating a content marketing strategy around certain dental professional marketing services that you provide will help with getting readers to submit a form, make a phone call or ask for directions on your Google My Business listing.
First, you need to understand your business goals and the areas of your business where you would like to grow the most. Below are simple steps to developing a rounding-out content marketing strategy.
Setting goals helps understand what you are trying to achieve. Are you trying to increase your organic traffic? Create stronger brand awareness through a social media campaign? Defining goals will help round out the content that is being produced and save you some time.
Keyword research looks at the different search queries and search volume surrounding those keywords.
Pro Tip: Use Ahrefs.com Content Gap to find out what topics your competitors are producing compared to your website
Understanding who you are speaking to will allow you write towards your audience. Look at your web traffic and find out the demographics that are reading or viewing your content on your website.
Then, you can define your target audience and gear your strategy towards this audience.
Content banks take some time to compile but will help you in the long term when it comes to publishing content on a consistent basis. Look at industry experts and keyword research that targets high search volume / low competition or high competition / high search volume. Mixing up the content will take a higher level of thinking but can create high-quality content that puts you ahead of your competitors.
Based on my experience in search marketing I have found that quality content converts at a higher rate. Quality content for dentist services can include:
When it comes to thinking of quality content – think about what you provide (unique value propositions) that your competitor’s content doesn’t.
Dentistry content matures over time and requires time to go back and find different opportunities to improve the content.
Have a high-performing page that generates a lot of traffic? Insert a form that will increase your leads and insert some keywords, but don’t keyword stuff your content!
The Webmason has delivered comprehensive content strategies for hundreds of service area businesses and has helped businesses grow online through effective content marketing. I have experience developing content marketing strategies for dental professionals. I can help identify opportunities and develop a plan to increase your web leads. Contact us today.