“The best marketing doesn’t feel like marketing.”– Tom Fishburne
Being responsible for coming up with ideas that help connect a brand to its prospective audience is at the heart of what any content creator does. Creating content for industrial companies and B2B brands, in general, requires an open mind and a willingness to be creative and try new things.
While creating content for industrial communications may seem intimidating on the surface, a deeper look reveals an exciting niche with a lot to offer. Not just in terms of the solution’s heavy equipment and the industrial engineering market has to offer, but the magic of the engineering that goes into creating different innovative solutions and the people behind the scenes making it all happen.
When done correctly engineering content appeals not only to target audiences and future engineers but also to general audiences. As a content creator, creating this appeal is one of the main goals while also making sure the content produced directly taps into the needs of clients.
By breaking down and demystifying how complex machinery or processes work and highlighting the benefits, it links engineering and technology to the key influences they have on our daily lives.
As more industrial firms see the value in having a digital presence and sharing their expertise with others, they soon realise it’s something they should have jumped on board with a long time ago. Creating a digital presence allows industrial B2B companies to engage with people in a new way, amplifies their reach, and allows them to dig into the data in a way traditional marketing doesn’t.
One of my favorite aspects of creating content for these companies is helping them show their human side. Like any company, industrial brands are made up of passionate people working towards a common goal, and they often have rich histories which few know about. Helping them develop their online personality inline with their brand is always exciting.
Helping heavy industrial companies expand beyond just LinkedIn onto other social media networks also helps them develop a more complete social media strategy. Letting them benefit from the advantages platforms like Instagram and Twitter have to offer when it comes to sharing news, educating, and inspiring others.
Lastly, I believe it’s important for any content creator to look outside their comfort zones. Pushing yourself to try new things boosts creativity and helps you see problems in a new light, letting you create the best content you can in a digitally-driven world.
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