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Small businesses often feel challenged when it comes to content marketing. So how can they compete with larger enterprises? Our #CMWorld community weighed in during a recent Twitter chat. We found there are several things small businesses can do to give them a competitive edge. What follows is a brief look at our chat. To see more tweets from the discussion, check out our Twitter Moment.
A4: Talk to your customers, sales people and your customer service people. Stories don’t have to be old or historical. A great way of serving a customer from last week can make a great story. “Here’s how we helped this person…just imagine how we can help you!” #CMWorld
— Mike Myers ? (@mikemyers614) April 3, 2018
A4: Don’t just tell the story of your company or products – tell the stories of your customers. Lots of stories there. #cmworld
— Scott Lum (@ScottLum) April 3, 2018
— Amanda Subler (@AmandaSubler) April 3, 2018
— HeidiCohen (@heidicohen) April 3, 2018
— RevLocal (@RevLocal) April 3, 2018
A6 Not sure it’s a tactic, per se, but the human/personal touch is a HUGE small biz advantage when it comes to content. #cmworld
— Martin Lieberman (@martinlieberman) April 3, 2018
Are you a small business? What content marketing initiatives are you working on? Let us know in the comments below.
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