Why aren’t you paying to promote your content?

02 Jan 2018 Why aren’t you paying to promote your content?

This post is a part of our PESO model blog series – a guide to the basics of paid, earned, social and owned content.

If you work for a B2B organization, paying to promote your digital content might not be an obvious tactic. After all you aren’t necessarily selling a tangible product. However, just because you’re not selling a product or service doesn’t mean you’re not selling something.

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If you work for a B2B organization you might be under the impression that since you’re not selling tangible products, you don’t need to pay to promote your digital content. Unfortunately, this isn’t exactly the truth – just because you’re not selling products or services doesn’t mean you’re not selling something.

Social media platforms are burdened by content overload; getting noticed online is far from easy. In order to get your company’s content in front of the right people (a.k.a your target audience), you’ve got to pay to play. Not only is paid content promotion a powerful way to increase exposure and engagement, it’s also flexible, measurable and – most importantly – affordable.

Check out our infographic on why you should budget for paid content promotion in 2018.

5 reasons why you should pay to promote your content:

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Have any more questions about paid content promotion? Get in touch with us on Twitter @communicatto!

Stats used in this post were sourced from Greenwich Associates.

Lindey Sudo
Lindey Sudo

Writer and Golden Girls enthusiast Lindey Sudo travels the continent in search of great stories. As a graduate of the Vancouver Film School’s Writing Program, she has spent time brainstorming in writers’ rooms, networking in Los Angeles and captivating audiences on Canada’s Smartest Person in Toronto (as an audience member). Lindey’s all-consuming love for the written word has led to her latest endeavour: content creation. When not glued to her word processor, Lindey enjoys playing guitar, skiing, attempting aerial yoga and Rolling Up The Rim To Win.

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