This week, I spoke with someone who was curious about the level of commitment that it takes to work with Content Boost. This person travels often, and doesn’t have a great deal of time to devote to the program—or, for that matter, his blog. Still, he needs help with content production.
I told him that every client uses Content Boost a bit differently. Some prefer a hands-on approach, while others step back and leave content production up to us. Ultimately, you can be as involved in the program as you want to be. Our job is to identify your needs, and work to make your life easier.
Here are three different ways that you can use Content Boost:
Full service: You’re looking for constant communication and daily or weekly blog posts. You want a content producer that will be like a member of your own team—attending meetings, brainstorming, writing and posting articles.
Hands-off: You don’t have the time or need to speak with us on a daily or weekly schedule. Instead, you would rather drop in for a call every once in awhile, and trust us to come up with ideas and send them at regular intervals.
As needed: Many customers prefer to use Content Boost on an ad hoc basis. This option could be ideal if your business goes through slow periods, or if you don’t want to commit to a contract. We can remain on standby, and then disappear until it’s time to get started writing again.
You’ll find that our team is highly flexible, and capable of helping to grow your brand in a number of different ways. You can use Content Boost to improve your search engine rankgings, drive brand awareness, create more buzz around your social channels or improve your email marketing copy.
To learn more information about Content Boost, contact us today.