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Content pillars are topics that your brand will consistently discuss in the content you create. You should focus on 3 to 5.


You can use content pillars to come up with ideas for future posts. They are predetermined, so they will save you time and energy as you plan your content calendar.

Choose content pillars based on your expertise and the topics your ideal followers want to know more about. 

Where to use content pillars:

  • Social media
  • Email campaigns
  • Blog content
  • YouTube videos
  • Podcast episodes
  • Lead magnets
Once you’ve defined your content pillars, you’ll never run out of things to talk about!

Benefits of video marketing

  • It gives a personal feel to your business, which increases the know/like/trust factor.
  • It shares your brand’s message more creatively.
  • It establishes influence.
  • It helps you connect and engage with your audience.

Create a tagline that demonstrates your…

  • Product positioning ⁠
  • Key benefits ⁠
  • Brand pillars ⁠
  • Value proposition ⁠
  • Tone
1. Create a content checklist that you can refer back to when you’re writing. Include the following:
  • An attention grabbing subject line
  • One central idea
  • A clear call-to-action
  • Relevance to the audience


2. Personalize each email.
  • Use merge tags in both the salutation and the body of the text.
  • Segment your email list and create unique campaigns for each segment.


3. Create a user-friendly design for each email.
  • Use aesthetically pleasing colors.
  • Choose a readable font.
  • Send a test email and check to see how it looks on different devices.


4. Send your email at the right time.
  • Choose the optimal day of the week and time of day to send your email.


5. Check your analytics.
  • Review the open rate and click rate of your email.
Why is Ikea so successful?
They took consumer psychology into consideration,
Not just the consumer’s wallet.
They learned that over 50% of consumer purchases are impulse buys.
Therefore, they designed their stores to encourage as many impulse buys as possible.
Standard layout vs. Ikea layout
Consumers must walk through the whole store to reach the checkout.
Stages in the marketing funnel:
  • Awareness
  • Consideration
  • Conversion
  • Loyalty
  • Advocacy


The goal of a marketing funnel is to generate awareness for your business, boost conversions, and then turn buyers into brand advocates.


It’s important to understand where your prospects and customers are sitting in the funnel so you know how to speak to them.

For example, you can craft a personalized message to someone who is already a brand advocate, but that message probably will not work when you’re speaking to a prospect who has only heard of your product once.

When you understand the different groups of people you are speaking to in your marketing funnel, you can craft messages that resonate with each one.