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Content marketing strategy for professional services firms

Content marketing strategy for professional services firms

Professional services firms are no strangers to content marketing. Whitepapers, newsletters and surveys have been used to broadcast the expertise of consulting firms, lawyers, accountants and their peers for decades.

But much of this content has been produced without a clear understanding of where it fits into the bigger picture. So, while content marketing is not a new concept, content marketing strategy is.

In an increasingly digital world, getting that strategy right is fundamental to the business development process and will decide who not only survives but thrives in the future.

To set you on the right path, we’ve created this practical guide: Content marketing strategy for professional services firms – packed with tips and examples of best practice content marketing from over 15 years’ experience in the sector.

The guide will help you to maximise the return from your firm’s investment in content. It provides a framework to set the direction, resource effectively, monitor progress against goals and test new channels. Most importantly, it will bring you closer to clients.

We hope you find the guide insightful and just the inspiration you need to take your content marketing to the next level.

Getting started

What you want
What clients want
The sweet spot

Understanding your audience

Using audience profiles
The devil in the detail
Triggers to purchase

Content with a purpose

Awareness
Research
Comparison
Action

The audit

What you have
How good is it?
What you need

The editorial calendar 

A focal point for communication
Choosing your topics
A framework for review

Creating quality content

Planning the work
Doing your research
Using a style guide

Maximising the opportunity

Your own channels
PR
Social media
Paid media

Measuring, not counting

Where does your traffic come from?
What do users view?
What do they do? 

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