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    What is the difference between content writing and content marketing?

    Hello friends,

    What is the difference between content writing and content marketing?

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    content writing is the execution of a content marketing idea by creating content to be used in web pages, blogs, social media, and other marketing collateral. Content marketing, on the other hand, is a holistic plan on ways to use content to generate leads and increase sales.

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    Content writing referees to only creating meaningful content that serves a purpose.

    Content marketing, on the other hand is a method in which the marketers develop content that grabs reader’s attention and makes them involve in business activities with a business house.

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    Content writing includes a wider range of topics and niches you can cover, and can go as far as writing novels and stories. As a content writer, it is your job to well create content as the name suggests. It can be something as small as emails or as creative as opinion pieces and poems.

    Content Marketing already has a certain business element to it. Your content must already be written from the perspective of offering a service or selling a product or advertising in at least some form. For this, you may be required to have Marketing background and also SEO (search engine optimization) skills in order to assure the client that what you are writing for them will gain exposure.

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    Content marketing means creating and sharing valuable free content to attract and convert prospects into customers — and customers into repeat buyers.

    Copywriting gets a reader to take a specific action. Sometimes that’s making a purchase, but it can also be subscribing to your email list or calling you for more information.

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    To sum it up, content writing is the execution of a content marketing idea by creating content to be used in web pages, blogs, social media, and other marketing collateral. Content marketing, on the other hand, is a holistic plan on ways to use content to generate leads and increase sales.

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    Content writing refers to creating content for online marketing purposes. With content, businesses can attract leads and foster positive connections with their audience, ultimately pushing them down the sales funnel.

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    The key difference between the two is that; content marketing is a permissive marketing technique while traditional marketing is an interruptive one. ... Content marketing is discovered by the consumers and, they consume it whenever they want to; they've given their permission to be marketed to.

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    content writing is the execution of a content marketing idea by creating content to be used in web pages, blogs, social media, and other marketing collateral. Content marketing, on the other hand, is a holistic plan on ways to use content to generate leads and increase sales.

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