This is part five of a five part series between Tyler Pyburn, host at The Pulse Network, and Butch Stearns, Chief Operating Officer at The Pulse Network, as they hash out what goes into creating good content.
Throughout this 5 Part series I reviewed four different ways in developing good content.
In Part 1 I break down how to get started on creating good content. I use the acronym “ACE”; “A” meaning audience, “C” meaning care, and “E” meaning expert. You start by thinking about your audience, making them want to care, and becoming an expert.
In Part 2 I provide some tips in achieving the underlining goal of creating good content by picking a topic that you care about. Use your passion and love for a product to help yourself sound more conversational in a conversation.
In Part 3 I focus on the prime goal of being conversational. Making the conversation about the audience creates a connection with your audience that makes them care about the content you’re presenting them.
In Part 4 I explain that the easiest way to connect with your audience members is to make them laugh. Having some fun with the way you display your content will give people a reason to tune back to hear what you say next.
I hope you’ve taken away some of my key concepts in taking the first steps of creating good content.