Content Marketing

Content marketing is an irreplaceable element in modern online marketing.

Our content strategists start by honing a message. Then, we develop a content calendar that matches topics with small audience segments and keyword goals. Finally, we act, with copywriting that makes a company appear more trustworthy and visible.

When done correctly, the result of good content marketing is cumulative growth, where each new piece of content attracts more inbound links, acts as a "fishing net" to rank for longer search queries, and establishes a positive dialog with a brand's audience.


Here are some of the most common content marketing contributions that we're delivering for our clients.


Press Releases




Case Studies


  • B2B companies with blogs generate 67% more leads per month on average than non-blogging firms.  
  • Blogs give websites 434% more indexed pages in search engines and 97% more indexed links.  
  • Marketers, on average, spend over 1/4 of their marketing budget on content marketing, and 62% of companies outsource their content marketing -- up 7% from last year.  
  • 61% of consumers say they feel better about a company that delivers custom content, they are also more likely to buy from that company.  
  • 90% of consumers find custom content useful and 78% believe that organizations providing custom content are interested in building good relationships with them.  


Content marketing serves five key roles in company's marketing strategy
  • Content sharing over social media, and backlinks from other web sites & blogs.
  • Search engine traffic from carefully-targeted "long search phrases".
  • The addition of fresh, quality content improves search rankings to a site as a whole.
  • A cumulative growth in long-term, residual traffic that's free to maintain.
  • A credible and generous image in the eyes of clients/customers/visitors.
content marketing mind map

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