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Five marketing content strategy tips for the New Year

first_imgIt’s a new year and what better way to start things off than with tips to enhance communications with your members. And the best place to start is with marketing content strategy. Your content is a building block for consumer relationships, it encourages actions, and it can build your brand identity.Consider these five strategies to take your marketing content to the next level this year and well into the future.Plan out a year of content messaging on a communications calendar.Building a communications strategy for the year may seem tedious, but it helps to make sure everyone is on the same page. You want to make sure all your marketing portrays the same overall feeling and message. This is especially helpful if you have different writers for different marketing delivery methods (i.e. direct mail, newsletter, email, social media, etc.) Make sure you include all your staff in the communications strategy, so you can deliver a unified message to every member.Take the time to create useful and interesting content that your members will want to read.It’s easy to say, but not always easy to do. Sometimes the desire to continuously stay in front of your members tends to overshadow its usability purposes and it becomes quantity over quality.So, what are some hot content topics?Start off the new year by answering questions your front line staff hear most often. Take the issues head on and let members know you care.Identify common problems, create solutions and boast about your new innovations.Let members know about promotions and events and how they will benefit.Keep content relative to the overall communications strategy, but don’t be afraid to shake things up now and again, especially if there is a problem, solution or trend that is affecting many of your members]. And don’t forget to keep your content relatively short and easy to read.Get your members to market for you.People love to share content that triggers emotions. By providing content that not only helps your members but can also help their families and friends, your information can spread like wild fire. Humor is especially contagious in social media. But be careful, both negative and positive comments can come from even the best of intentions.Blanket the essence of the message, not the message itself.There are many ways you communicate with your members…in person, SMS, email, social media, etc. You want to make each interaction count and you also want to encourage members to want you to reach them in multiple ways. While you want to sound like a unified voice no matter the delivery method, sending the same message across multiple channels tends to work against you. If a member is on your Facebook page, Twitter feed and receives SMS messages, and gets the same message on all 3, it quickly becomes redundant.Balance what, where, and when you post. Even if the message is similar, make each touch special and encourage different actions.Test for best results and re-evaluate often. Finally, testing when, where and what is communicated will help paint a picture of your audience and help you tell a success story. Spend time alternating times and days for delivery and analyze where you have the best engagement. It is possible that Friday afternoon is best for the eNewsletter but Wednesday morning is best for Tweets. But you will only find that out by testing different scenarios.Then analyze your data often. It will help you reach the most members when and where they want to be reached. If engagement begins to dip, start the testing phase again. The consumer world changes constantly, and by studying the trends in your data, you can keep your members continuously engaged.By incorporating these marketing content strategies, you can connect with your members on different levels with a more unified voice. If you are at a loss for what to say, many solutions providers like Transamerica Financial Services Group can provide content about products, services, and solutions that can engage your members. 14SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Tom Kazar Tom Kazar is the Vice President of Sales and leader of the Sales Team for Transamerica – Financial Solutions Group. Tom’s focus is on adding new insurance industry products, expanding … Web: Detailslast_img read more

Restaurant owners worry about the fate of buffets

first_imgAs far as the buffet is concerned, “we definitely bought a lot of serving utensils and we are going to be changing those out.” “By reducing our serviceable area, we are able to spread out the customers a little bit more,” said Tung. “Business was pretty good,” said manager Muhammad Sadiq. “It will take some thinking because there are other buffet restaurants in the area that are also closed.” With more space, manager Stanley Tung said they will open at reduced capacity once we enter phase three. Tung said he isn’t worried about people not wanting to go to a buffet. “Once people know that we are clean and keeping the hygiene up, limiting people to the buffet area, I think slowly people will come through.” If you fast forward six months, that becomes a different story, “we just lost customers, so quickly,” he said. Manager Muhammed Sadiq said with COVID-19, he chose to close his restaurant completely. “Since May 1st we’ve been doing some take-out and delivery,” said Buffet Star manager Stanley Tung.center_img “Social distancing is not going to work in a buffet restaurant. We have to see what the new normal is for a buffet restaurant,” said Sadiq. Despite restaurants being a part of phase three, Sadiq said they have no plans to reopen soon because people won’t want to go to a buffet. Buffet Star in Vestal would fall under that category. So, these two restaurants will have to wait and see what people will do to find out the fate of buffets. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Silver Crown Buffet opened its doors in Binghamton in December. “This is a buffet restaurant, so there is more possibility of transmitting the disease,” said Sadiq. Sadiq said they have considered take-out among other options, but for the time being, it is just not worth it.last_img read more

October 6, 2018 Police Blotter

first_imgOctober 6, 2018 Police Blotter100618 Decatur County Fire Report100618 Decatur County EMS Report100618 Decatur County Law Report100618 Decatur County Jail Report100618 Batesville Police Blotterlast_img