The 8 Rules of Content Marketing Club: Taking the Lead from Tyler Durden

by Ana04
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Content marketing is all about creating, sharing as well as promoting high-quality content. It is important to be vocal about the brand and give all useful information.

  • The first rule of content marketing club is: You do not talk about content marketing





    First and essential rule of content marketing club is not to talk about content marketing per se. You need to work your content out for it to succeed.


  • The second rule of Content Marketing Club is: You do not NOT talk about content marketing
    Did you not catch the first time? Spread the word!! The greatest piece of content with no promotion does nothing for your brand.






    It is essential for you to publish long and short form as well as good quality content on your blog regularly that will satisfy the search criteria. The greatest piece of content with no promotions will do nothing for your particular brand.


  • The third rule of Content Marketing Club is: If someone yells 'stop' or tries to tap out... the fight is NOT over.
    Content marketing will not bring instant success and is not a quick fix, it needs time, efforts and patience. It is important to post your content on regular basis and keep your content alive and keep plugging away.


  • The fourth rule of Content Marketing Club is: It's never two guys to a fight...
    If you want your content to be valuable, it should be better than the top search results when you search with your intended headline. You need to decide how you can do your job better by checking more information and better sources.


  • The fifth rule of Content Marketing Club is: One strategy at a time, fellas
    It is important to follow one strategy at a time. Content writing needs a statistic approach and should be properly managed as well as supported by properly structured content strategy and well thought-out. You need to keep your short as well as long-term goals in your mind.


  • The sixth rule of Content Marketing Club is: The fights are bare knuckle
    You will have to prepare yourself and make the quality of your content better than your other opponents. You need to figure out different strategies on how to engage your audience with your particular content.


  • The seventh rule of Content Marketing Club is: The fight will go on as long as it has to
    You don't give up; you should try and find out different ways for getting success. As you know, content marketing is a slow burn and it will take time to show magic.


  • The eighth rule of Content Marketing Club is: If this is your first time, you have to fight
    If you are new in this business, then you will have to fight. There will be competition and you will have to search different techniques and strategies to improve your business.

By making use of rules and different strategies for content marketing you can achieve success. The content marketing offers different benefits for your excellent business growth.


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  • Profile picture of the author ForumGuru
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    I think maybe you should hire Mr. Pitt and be done with it. Warrior Forum sure has went all in on "content curation", eh?
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  • Profile picture of the author lgibbon
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    The first rule of content marketing is use your own content.
    Not steal other peoples and post it on forums where no one is interested.
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    • Profile picture of the author talfighel
      Originally Posted by lgibbon View Post

      The first rule of content marketing is use your own content.
      Not steal other peoples and post it on forums where no one is interested.
      Yes, a lot of people who are new steal other people's content right off the bat.

      I had articles stolen and then people would post their own link at the bottom of the article telling others that they have written the article themselves.

      I have had videos on YOUTUBE stolen too where they took my video, posted it on their channel and then posted their own link. (yes, I was the one appearing on the video).
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Originally Posted by Ana04 View Post

    What do you think is the X-factor that can spark a new life to your content marketing campaign?

    Posting content that is helpful, original, useful, and worth the time to read.

    You have given a great example of what you shouldn't do.

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  • Profile picture of the author ivanadee
    So far as I know is, find a problem and try to solve through your article. That's one way to create value
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  • Profile picture of the author ForumGuru
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    Welcome to the club. I have found tens of thousands of instances of my images being copped without my permission. People try to sell them, use them in ads etc. etc. etc.

    After almost 20 years in the business I don't think I have seen the overall respect level for copyrights and IP ownership any lower than what it is now.
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  • Profile picture of the author silveroaks
    doing everything you say one should not. copy, paste and post useless stuff that no one wants to read. way to go!
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