14 Jul Top content marketing books
Top content marketing books
Want to learn content marketing but don’t have time to spare to sign up for a class? No problem. Just browse through the following books and you should end up with the basics of content marketing, if not more.
- Talk Triggers: The Complete Guide to Creating Customers with Word of Mouth – Jay Baer and Daniel Lemin
Talk Triggers mainly deals with word of mouth advertising in short and concise chapters that read incredibly well. The length of the chapters though never compromise on the depth of advice shared. The book tells you how you can come up with your very own word of mouth campaign.
- Pre-suasion by Robert Cialdini
Robert Cialdini’s book is an insightful read about how you can use persuasion marketing in such a way that your audience is already interested in your product before visiting your company page. The trick is to be able to alter their attitude and beliefs beforehand.
- Master Content Strategy: How to Maximize Your Reach and Boost Your Bottom Line Every Time You Hit Publish by Pamela Wilson
Pamela Wilson is an experienced content strategist and marketing guru. Her book instructs bloggers, podcasters, and other such content creators on how they can get the maximum eyeballs for their content. She teaches the reader about content repurposing and gives them an outline for content plans on a weekly, monthly, or yearly basis.
- The Lead Machine by Rich Brooks
Want to learn how to generate better leads and convert visitors to your webpage into customers? Read Rich Brook’s book “The Lead Machine” for a low-down on the basics of content marketing strategy.
If you are interested in learning about content marketing, read these books mentioned above. We promise you won’t be disappointed. Who knows, maybe they’ll encourage you to start your own content marketing efforts!