People in marketing roles always need to keep learning, and while learning can be very enjoyable, you don't know what you don't know. Also, moving forward without a clear strategy will feel a lot more like forward movement than it actually is. Some times it works. Usually it's a huge waste of time.
The barriers to get our content out there are really low and both creating content and clicking publish is so easy. While that's super great, we need to take a moment to create a plan before we start publishing if we want to get the best results possible from the get-go.
I have developed a framework that would ensure that those interested in starting and managing successful content marketing strategies can do so without a doubt in their mind about the purpose behind any action.
My guess is many marketers won't need this framework, as they've already created and are following a smart content marketing strategy, but I know it would be useful for a lot of marketers as well.
The question is: Do you need this? Would you pay for it? How much and over what time?
I've planned out the steps and logic of this framework, but it would take me a good while to build. That's why I don't want to make it unless there's actual interest in it. Help me decide if this is worth investing time into building an MVP.