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How relevant is your content? | #WeddingBusiness101

Content Relevance - Nigerian Wedding Marketing Tips LoveweddingsNG

Hello there,

Today, I’ll be writing on one of my favorite subjects – Content.

Before I go any further, ‘content‘ within this article refers to the ‘creation and distribution of information in whatever format (pictures/images, text, blog posts, social media posts, news, video, case studies, etc) with the aim of acquiring and/or retaining customers‘.

You’ve probably heard the saying ‘Content is King’ time and time again. However, I attended a 2-day training course recently, which completely altered my thoughts about content. Yes, content is important but more than anything else, ultimately the CONSUMER is and should be king/queen. The consumer should decide what content you create, when you share it, and how you share it.

So before you design that leaflet or write that caption/post and share that picture on your company’s profile page on Instagram, Facebook or your blog, think carefully about whether or not your consumer will be interested in what you’re sharing at that time of the day.

For example, if you’re a caterer, consider sharing posts like the one below, which we saw on FoodAce’s Instagram page between 6 am and 9 am when a lot of people would either be having breakfast or wishing they had a plate of poached eggs, sausages, and spinach in front of them.

What did you have for breakfast? ?: @foodace #LoveweddingsNG

A photo posted by LoveweddingsNG✅ (@loveweddingsng) on Dec 21, 2015 at 12:55am PST

If you’re a company that provides honeymoon packages, take a cue from the post below. The Grand Hotel Dore in Paris placed these notes for guests in their rooms the day after the Paris attacks thanking them for not canceling their trip. This is a great example of how to build content around relevant issues that directly affect your customers.

As a business, it’s important not to ignore issues that affect your trade or line of work (directly or indirectly) It’s even more important to put yourself in your customer’s shoes. This is an example. These little things make a huge difference #GrandHotelDore #LoveweddingsNGVendorTips #LoveweddingsNGTips #LoveweddingsNGTip #LoveweddingsNG #ParisAttacks

A photo posted by @loveweddingsng_vendors on Nov 18, 2015 at 10:56am PST

Cadbury decided to create a baby pram weighing 10kg out of chocolate. The pram, which went on display at Cadbury World was made from Dairy Milk. They did this in may 2015 when Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge had Princess Charlotte. This put Cadbury in the news

In other news, the #royalbaby is here ??? Congrats to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Let’s tell you a little story about this picture ??? #Cadbury’s made an entire pram out of chocolate to celebrate the birth, which weighs 10kg and is made from Dairy Milk. It will go on display at Cadbury World. #NigerianWeddingVendors, always think of how you can use your brand/service to create news worthy, relevant content around issues that are #trending #LoveweddingsNGTip thank us later

A photo posted by LoveweddingsNG✅ (@loveweddingsng) on May 2, 2015 at 6:23am PDT

This one’s probably my best example. First Bank Nigeria shared the post below on Instagram on a Saturday morning. The post offered 5 tips on how to keep your room clean. How brilliant is that considering that a lot of Nigerians (who would form the bulk of their customer base) spend Saturday morning cleaning especially when its Environmental day.

Repost via @firstbanknigeria Time for another #LoveweddingsNGTip So it’s Saturday and @firstbanknigeria has identified that a lot of their customers are probably spending their Saturday morning cleaning. So even though it’s nothing to do with banking, they decide to offer 5 tips on how to keep your room clean (Notice the poster features the Colors – blue, yellow and white. It also has the First Bank Logo and the tag line – You First) #SubtleMarketing Gone are the days when #marketing was all about #BuyThisProductNow #PayMeForMyServices now, customers actually warm up to brands who seem to care genuinely about things that affect them. So to our dear #WeddingVendors, what are your potential clients doing this Saturday morning and how are you using this information on #SocialMedia to market your brand… #QuestionOfTheDay #QOTD #NigerianWeddingVendors #LoveweddingsNG

A photo posted by LoveweddingsNG✅ (@loveweddingsng) on Jun 6, 2015 at 2:13am PDT

I hope this has helped you realize how important it is to consider the relevancy of your posts before creating and sharing them. We’d love to help you come up with a detailed content strategy to help you reach your customers effectively – book a marketing consultation session with one of our marketing experts by sending a mail to info@loveweddingsng.com and we’d get back in touch with you.

See you next week

xx Seyi

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A true wedding enthusiast and founder of Loveweddingsng. I love everything that comes with being in love... Welcome to my world I'm always on the lookout for wedding ideas, inspiration, etc. Get in touch today via email at info@loveweddingsng,com

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