Why Interactive Content Is Easy-to-Create and Puts Your Business Firmly in the Spotlight


Ever wished you had a “stand-out” piece of content? Something that people loved to share and reference and made you look like a superstar? The answer is easier than you think …

This week’s episode of Hit Publish is all about (get ready for a sexy title): The simple content that your customer wants but doesn’t have the time, money, or inclination to create.

This is often overlooked, but there are a number of ways that you can create simple content (okay, it might take a little effort pulling it together) that is exactly the thing your customers want to come back to and use time and time again. It’s the same process a British business man used to start a company that in 2007 was valued at £843m.

Don’t let that intimidate you; whenever host Amy Harrison has used this process, she has created some of her most-bought products and most-shared content. It’s a great way to put your business in the spotlight.

Tune in to find out:

  • Why you don’t have to worry whether your content is going to be too advanced, or not advanced enough. Interactive content adapts to your customer’s needs
  • Why your customers will love you (and pay you) to organize their life even if they could do it themselves
  • How to use your customer’s consistent need as inspiration for your interactive content

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