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ME Network Ep 50: David Bruno and Content Marketing

Content is king. Every marketer knows this, but do they know how to engage their audience with meaningful, yet creative content?

Engaging content isn’t about what the marketer wants to tell them, but about what customer whats to hear.

Join Justin Gray, CEO of LeadMD, and David Bruno, Marketing Director at Aptos, as they discuss how to make good content into great content.

David implores us not to get too lost in the science of product marketing, but instead to embrace your creative side. Get to know you clients and draw them out by thinking past the standard structure of content creation. “There’s a whole new would of opportunities open to us,” he explains. “Think like a publisher…what does my audience like?”

It’s a matter of learning buyer personas, but in moderation. Instead develop a well rounded picture of your buyers, not getting bogged down in sophisticated analytics, but stay engaged and creative. Get personal with your customers. Create content with this knowledge, and you’re golden.

For more nuggets of content wisdom, check out the video above!

Links & Resources:

David on Twitter: @davethewavesd

David on LinkedIn: David Bruno

The Company: Aptos

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