How to Develop Content for Different Audience Segments


This week on Social Brand Chat presented by KXIC we discussed a question we received recently following a Social Media Club Des Moines event: “If our customers  have different interests (maybe location or topics), how do we segment our content?” This is a familiar issue that many content marketers struggle with, especially when less than 50% have a documented content strategy. Let’s chat about how we develop content for different audience segments.

While many of us work to develop enough content for our increasingly starving digital audience, it’s easy to homogenize the forms of content create. Sure, it would be easier if that blog post worked for all of your audience members but the harsh reality is that it won’t. You need to examine all of your unique audience segments and their needs and determine what kind of social content and conversations you can serve them.

For this week’s social media news, we discussed the exciting new social Q&A app Jelly, developed by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone. The biggest question right now? Will it matter for brands? What do you think?

Speaking of content strategy … you should attend on of our upcoming Content Marketing Boot Camps in Cedar Rapids, Des Moines, Cedar Falls, Davenport, Ames, and Madison. This daylong intensive and interactive workshop will help you be a better blogger, video marketer, podcaster, and content creator. Listeners of the podcast get access to a special group rate of $125 when they use promo code KXIC to register for any of our Content Marketing Boot Camps.

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Until next week, see you on the Internet!