Just as you would mindfully prepare a Thanksgiving meal for your family and guests, you should put time and thought in creating content to nurture and satisfy your audience.
Consider crafting blog posts, long content, webinars, whitepapers, e-books, SlideShares, and videos to keep your audience well-fed, suggests Scripted in the following content cornucopia infographic.
"Typically containing 350-450 words, blog posts are easy for readers to consume," explains Scripted. "They are a fun way to answer questions and build brand awareness."
Don't limit your content to short pieces, however.
"E-books are the most prominent food in the cornucopia representing the written word," says Scripted. "They're filled with detailed and essential information to educate anyone at the table who is eager to fully indulge."
Get more content marketing tips in the following infographic:
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