Make Your Content “Seeable”, Not Just “Readable”

- Mansi Priya, Marketing, Trivone Digital

If you are struggling to obtain results from your content marketing efforts, it’s time to power up and take your content marketing to the next level. Today, words are not enough to keep customers and prospects engaged. Whitepapers are no longer the secret to inbound marketing. Visual has become the new norm.

Content, especially marketing content, is not just something one can read and understand; you would be no different from newspapers that have content people consume at will. To engage prospects and customers, content should be able to connect with them, address their issues, concerns and challenges. When your content descends into the battleground of your prospective clients, it becomes immediately relevant, engaging and of significance.

Using the right tools, you can speed up this process. Light the fires around your content strategy by effectively utilizing visual content— infographics, videos, GIFs, memes and much more. Get creative and bold—show your customers and prospects ideas instead of telling them. Make your content more “seeable” than just readable.

Word-heavy content can easily kill interest. Break the monotony of plain text. Make the content light and consumable by using images to simplify complex concepts and ideas. Clients and prospects would find it 10x more attention-worthy and easy-to-follow. To connect effectively with your target audience, build a strong story and tell it with images, comic strips, videos or memes.

The more the images and infographics in your content, the more shareable it is on digital platforms, and higher the chance of it going viral.

So focus your efforts on making an impact with the content you have: To reach your audience, keep it short on text and high on visuals!

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