Content Marketing

Effective content marketing relies upon a passion for the art of storytelling teamed with a track record of implementing successful digital communications strategies.

Having a well-planned content marketing strategy can help attract and connect with target audiences, encouraging them to engage with your brand, products or services, while building and developing long-term relationships in the process.

At Freshfield, not only do we have the passion and experience, but we also have the know-how required to help get your messages seen and read by the right people, at the right time. With a team of former journalists as well as digital specialists among the ranks, we have the right mix of expertise and skills, as well as a true understanding of what it takes to create and distribute the right balance of content to help you tell your story in a way that is unique to you, and connects with your audience.

What is it that you want to say, and how do you want to say it? What type of content should you be creating, what channels and tools should you be using to get your messages out there, and how can you measure the effectiveness of your content marketing output to ensure it’s doing what it’s supposed to?

We’ll work together to help you develop, shape and deliver a meaningful, powerful approach that will have a lasting impact and help raise you head and shoulders above your competitors, allowing you to fully utilise content marketing as a tactic in achieving your strategic goals and growing your business.

How we can help

  • Brand message development
  • Content audit
  • Persona mapping
  • Inbound marketing
  • Website and blog editorial management
  • Social media management
  • Credentials documents

If you have a specific challenge and need our help, please speak to one our specialists today.

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If you have a project and need our help, please complete our form. Alternatively, call Simon Turner or David Adams on 01772 888400.

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