I’ve got a bone to pick with the brands of Australia. Stop trying to link your brand, product or service to irrelevant content!
Whether you are planning social content or deeper forms of engagement such as editorial, video or a campaign, brands need to ensure that they remain connected to the topics and themes they are publishing.
Let’s look at an example. Travel Brand X publishes a story about a blockbuster new Hollywood movie coming out in a few days. How exactly does this link to a travel brand you ask? You are not alone. If however, Travel Brand X published a story about five different exotic locations in said movie, then we have a logical connection. And it’s not only more relevant; it’s actually far more interesting for the reader.
So when you’re looking at content, there are a couple of questions you can ask yourself to quickly get a feel for its suitability:
This is just a starting point.
Practically any brand or service can create engaging, social content. It’s not rocket science. It just involves taking a logical approach to content themes and ideas. Ask yourself the question ‘does this really connect?’ If it is, then you are on the right track.
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