12 Jul '11, 11am

How to Use a FAQ to Build Content Marketing | Small Business

How to Use a FAQ to Build Content Marketing | Small Business

The easiest way to set about creating content is via your FAQ. No biggie if you don’t have one. You’d be surprised at how much information you already have, information that you take for granted because it’s just routine knowledge to you, but probably really useful to your target market. I did a little rooting around online to find a good example of an FAQ. Amplify.com has a great one , so to get you started, here are some basic questions to answer, inspiration provided by Amplify:

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