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Audience research + best practices
If you’re ready to start making evidence-based decisions about content you’re probably excited. You may also feel overwhelmed. It can seem daunting to not only get the information you need from audience research, but also to figure out what to do with it.
Making content decisions using evidence comes down to combining what you know about your particular audiences with best practices for content.
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Regularly adjusting your social strategy is good for your audiences and your organization. Put a bit of time into monitoring and measuring your activities on social media to enable your digital team to find out what really engages your audience.
Here are three tactics you can build into your social strategy to keep it effective.
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Create a user-focused CTA strategy
Motivating or persuading audiences to do something is a common purpose for content, and calls to action (CTAs) are the final step, enabling your audiences to actually take that active step.
CTAs can be powerful little pieces of content, but they’re often not as strong as they could be, due to a lack of user-focus, or poor word choice, visuals, or location.
Here are some ways to make the most of your CTAs.