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Why is content marketing important? Have a question, lets clear this

Content Marketing costs 62% less than any outbound or traditional marketing method, and yet it generates approximately 3 times as many leads as conventional marketing.

It’s cheaper and more efficient.

Do you still need more reasons to trust content marketing over any other marketing strategy?

I know it’s not easy to convince you unless I talk facts. So, here’s some importance of content marketing :

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    sravya m

    6 months ago #

    Insightful hacks on creating high-value content marketing

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    Tanuja Chinthagunta

    6 months ago #

    Really an in-depth article Neha!
    The Strategies you mentioned are really helpful to implement.

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    Mohsin Ansari

    6 months ago #

    Very useful tips

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    Monika Rani

    6 months ago #

    Great Read!

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    Abdulaziz M Alhamdan

    6 months ago #

    I view the purpose of Content Marketing is Demonstration.

    From Gary Bencivenga's salesletters, to John Caples' book, to infomercials, all rely on demonstration as the ultimate powerful proof.

    And in every article, every blog post, every email, you are demonstrating yourself first and foremost within your content:

    Demonstrating your expertise right in front of every reader, because in this modern knowledge economy, people buy You, before they buy your product.

    This article was a good reminder of this fundamental truth. Thank you.

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    pranathi yadav

    6 months ago #

    Very Useful ! @Neha

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    IQRA 4 ALL

    6 months ago #

    great peace

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    Ruben Portz

    6 months ago #

    How the hell did this get 18 upvotes? Absolutely basic content marketing stuff :(

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      Neha Malik

      6 months ago #

      Hi Ruben, Thanks for your comment!

      It takes a lot of time and effort to build content and we have given some real-time examples in the article which is very helpful. I know knowledge differs from person to person, so I urge you not to depreciate if you can't appreciate it