Have you been struggling to find new topics to fuel your content marketing strategy? Here at Trinity Web Media, you may notice the abundance of how much content we put out. The truth is, it’s not always as easy as it looks to find topics.
With over 300 published Trinity Web Minutes, our team is often working diligently to supply topics. What we have found is that these subjects don’t always need to be overly complicated.
If you’ve tuned into our show before, you know that we like to refer to what’s going on within our business. By keeping things topical, you can begin to reveal your brand’s inner workings while providing useful content.
Hey everyone, thanks for checking out another bonus episode of the new Marketing Show. Catching us on Instagram, TV, YouTube, all that good stuff. So today I want to talk to you about creating content creating media, and how to find topics.
So, you know, truth be told, you know, we are kicked into the team and said, what should I talk about today? And they said, Why don’t you talk about something about media? And how do you find topics? So here we are.
So the best way that I’ve discovered that you can create passionate content and good content, for anything related around your product service or brand isn’t talking about what’s going on in your business, talk about what’s going on in your business and see if there’s a lesson to be learned there. Here we are, you know, I’ve done 300 of these videos, and 115 podcasts with Kevin.
And we still always say what should we talk about and we always fall back on what’s tried and true. We fall back on one questions that clients continue to ask us and they continue to ask us these questions.
There’s a content gap somewhere we’re not, they’re not able to find the best content available, or we don’t have that readily available.
So listen, if you don’t have something readily available for your clients make it. The other thing that makes things a little bit easier when you want to produce content for your website for social media for podcast is talking about what’s going on in your business.
And today, we know we find that the more that you’re able to do that, the more you’re able to connect, the more that able, the more you’re able to allow other people kind of in behind the curtain and see what’s going on in your business, see what’s going on and see how you handle the same situations that they handle. So I hope this is helpful.
So again, if you’re looking for topics that create content, one, people checklist and keep a list of questions, your clients regularly asked you to talk about what’s going on in your business and you’re going to find that you’re going to make better you’re going to create better content that’s going to connect with people.