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What Is A Content Creator?

Posted by Gary Henderson on May 24, 2020 1:15:00 PM

Content is the reason search began in the first place.” -Lee Odden

What is the first thing you notice in any advertisement or business page that you see online? It's content, isn’t it?

Working on your content as a business is highly important in this digitally driven world. Everything an online user sees online has the power to attract them, making them visit your business page or website, or even into becoming one of your most loyal clients.

Whether it is an advertisement or just their online presence through these significant social networking forums, the content of any company has to be on point to get the visitors. The content you display is your first impression on the customer, and the first impression must always be the best.

For example, there are so many businesses with their profiles on social media and different types of content that represent their company and speak for their brand.

You look at their content, and if you find it interesting, you click on their pictures or links to know more about their company. This curiosity that your content can create can be very beneficial for you as an entrepreneur.

And that is why you need to pay special attention to your company’s ‘content’ when planning your marketing strategies.

What Is A Content Creator?

A content creator is someone who creates appealing and awe-inspiring content for the viewers.

The content they create can be educational, or can simply be catchy enough to entertain and grab the attention of any visitor or passerby who wasn’t previously interested in your brand. But after looking at the content, they developed a certain interest and visited your webpage or your social media handles.

A good idea can be powerful to impact an audience positively, generating leads for your brand and attracting more customers through the content displayed. The way these content creators use their ideas to bring a change in the purchasing power of a user is commendable.

Content doesn't just educate us about things but also keeps us entertained while we smile and laugh at the memes we encounter.

Having a good content creator on your team or being one yourself is very important and can be the most vital asset to your company. They are the brains behind making your brand appear appealing through the content that they create.

Their brain really does work differently.

They link your product with a story and add emotions to your advertisement campaigns. And it is this emotionally appealing content that connects the audience with your brand.

And who can do this better than a creative content creator? And this is exactly why we need more inspiring content creators who would bring a positive change in the world.

The Different Types Of Content A Content Creator Can Create

Content can be in any form on the internet. It could be the videos that appear when you look up for something on your search engine or the blogs you were scrolling down while reading news.

News, Instagram posts, articles by different bloggers, memes, and pretty much everything that you see online could be categorized under ‘content’.

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Now how you choose to market your product and the type of content you want to create entirely depends on the content creator’s idea and the target audience that you, as a business, want to focus on.

And because the content is present pretty much on every forum, it is recommended that you work on a content type that would benefit you the most and can be something that you are most comfortable with.

For instance, some businesses might only be focusing on their content for blogs as most of the buyers that they have are readers. And what else could attract a reader more than a beautifully written article or blog?

And because the content is pretty much everywhere, you cannot specifically point out whether any type of content creation is wrong for you as a business. In fact, you should choose the one that helps you market your brand better.

Here is something that you should know about the different platforms you can use to share different types of content like blogs, videos, articles, memes, and nearly everything.

Content For Social Media

Social media is used for networking and is a platform where millions of users are online 24/7. This gives content creators a chance to create captivating content that would interest these online users.

While there are chances that your target audience is following you already on these forums, it is your responsibility now to make content that would convert these followers into buyers.

You can create engaging posts on your page, share graphically designed pictures and videos that would interest your potential buyers. You can also share your links to blogs or videos that would take your followers to your original webpage.

While Facebook could help you interact within the different community forums created, you can engage your audience by creating appealing content in the form of questionnaires that they can answer or social media posts that they can share and spread.

For classic picture-based content, Instagram could be your first pick.

If you have content in the form of pictures that are photographically appealing for an audience, you can promote such content on Instagram, adding a suitable caption under it, along with hashtags that will help you reach out to a larger audience.  

Digital content can be made more likable by your target audience, who are more interested in video formats of content.

Businesses can use great digitally intriguing content that they can upload on YouTube, where the audience can like and share the content on different social networking forums.

And then there are short content write-ups that can be promoted on Twitter for your audience to re-tweet.

Content For Website

Now a website can be your virtual space that potential buyers might visit.  To turn those prospects into your buyers, your website content must be on point, informative, and appealing for the customers to see.

To make their visits on your website more fruitful, the content creator must create digitally lovable content. Something that would explain what you as a brand stand for, and would highlight the keywords that you wish to target.

The content on your website will basically inform the customer about what your brand has to offer and how your product will benefit them as a user. Because your website will be completely different from your blogs, you need to make sure that the copies written for these webpages are direct and informative enough for the audience to understand your brand in the first look.

You need to make their experience easy for them. If you create content that is too confusing, or where looking for some information takes time for the customer, there are chances that you will lose them. And therefore, you must utilize the art of a good content creator and make content that would be sufficient for converting your visiting audience into buyers.

Content For Blog

A blog can be a source of qualified leads for your brand. It will help you get strangers onboard through the blog content.

The purpose of blogs is to provide information about topics related to your product and services, and anything that you can relate to it so that you can attract a larger customer base.

Blogs usually help people understand how things can be done, the pros and cons of things, and answers to various how to’s and listicles.

Making the content on your blogs lovable and helpful, both at the same time, is what will help you create some leads. And that is exactly what a good content creator focuses on.

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How To Become A Content Creator

If you think that you can create great content for your business, or you feel like you have great ideas for content but just need a little more polishing, then here is what you need to know to become better at your content creating game.

1. Know Your Audience

A content creator creates content to attract the audience that will be visiting their business pages, websites, and blogs.

Before you just create content randomly, you need to know ‘who’ the people that your business is targeting are. 

You might know what your product is, and you might have the perfect content strategy, but if you are targeting an audience that does not fit in your category, then all that hard work might go to waste.

In order to apply the #R3MAT methodology for your marketing, it is important that you understand your target audience.

You need to know your audience so that you can give them the right message at the right time to the right people. That is when you will be able to market your product efficiently.


You will not be able to attract the potential buyers if your content is targeting the wrong age group, wrong ethnicity, or wrong class.

The job of a content creator is not restricted to just giving ideas, but before that, they need to know what the audience will be seeing their content and how this content would affect their buying decisions.

Once you know who your audience is, you need to choose the format of content that would attract your target audience. It could be a blog, a video, a presentation or something graphically appealing.  It is how you use your creative skills to imagine what your audience wants and then digitally creating the magic.

Being a content creator means that you can create content in all the different formats available, and still be amazing at it.

Then again, if you know you are good at something, stick to that format (if it gives you the expected results).

2. Create Content That Serves Your Audience At Each Stage Of Their Journey

Now that you know your target audience, you need to make sure that you are able to attract them at each stage of their experience as they interact with you as a business.

A potential customer interacts with a business 7 times before they finally purchase a product.

And to make these 7 interactions the most fruitful for your business, it is important that you focus on how you can grab their attention at each level.

The content you make should be interesting for the audience, increasing their curiosity to know more and at the same time giving enough information for you to know what the company stands for.

Appealing content that appears more fun to the audience has more chances of bringing the customer to the next level of interactions. And this has to be the focus of the content creator that how their content can lead the potential buyer into becoming a loyal buyer.

The content you create according to these different stages of a buyer’s journey must be made according to all the stages present, attracting them towards a purchase at every stage.

For instance, if there is a new potential buyer who doesn't know much about your brand but is looking for answers instead, you might want to read something that would give them a solution to the problem that brought them to your brand in the first place.

In such a situation, content creation in the form of a blog might help them through this stage, leading them to the next one.

3. Use Advertising To Promote Your Content

When creating content for a business, the digital marketing strategy is not to create ‘A LOT' of content that is of mediocre quality, but the main aim should be to create high-quality content even if it is less in number.

As they say it, less is always more. So focus on the quality of your content instead of emphasizing your quantity of content.

And once you have quality content in your hands, make sure that you invest a good amount (according to your budget, of course) on marketing the quality content that you just created.

All social media forums have advertisement tools that can be utilized to reach out a broader audience. These tools are exactly what you need as an entrepreneur to display the high caliber of your content to your audience and attract them to visit your page, and eventually buy from you.

4. Keep Track Of Your Growth And Failures

You cannot be working hard in a direction, without keeping a check of the results that you are getting.

For instance, assume that you have been creating content focusing on the right audience, giving them the right message, but maybe you are not giving it at the right time.

Without keeping a check on whether your content is giving you back the expected results, you keep making the same mistakes again and again without realizing the damage that this is causing to your business.

And this is why it is very important that you keep track of your growth and failures.

You need to know what response you are getting on the content that you are creating. You need to look at the records of whether sales have increased after a certain type of content that you created or not.

These days, data collection is pretty easy as all these applications provide you a detailed analysis of how your posts are doing.

These can be the best source for you to examine how good or how bad your content is doing. Your page views, organic traffic, and all information about how many people bounced back from your page and how many converted into buyers by using the CTA can be retrieved from these sources to see how well you are doing as a content creator.

This will help you maximize your potential and gain the most out of your practices. You will be able to reanalyze your content creation techniques and change them to make it more effective and beneficial for your brand.

While failures help you understand your mistakes and motivates you from not repeating those mistakes again, growth, on the other hand, acts as a driving force for you that your work is making the expected results, and thus you work harder in the same direction.

Wrap Up

Content creation is a huge responsibility as the image of the entire business is based on the content that you create. If you want to make sure that your business is doing well, you do need to make your content the best!

And while content creators have a lot of pressure as they are creating a brand image for the audience, they need to understand that to become a successful content creator; they need to read into the customers’ activities and know what interests them the most. This will help them make better and more engaging content.

As Marcus Sheridan says, “Great content is the best sales tool in the world.”

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