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Build Your Brand with High R-Value Content

In scientific terms, R-value refers to the measure of an insulation material's ability to reduce the rate of heat flow and prevent heat loss. Higher the R-value, better will be the insulation for your building structure.   

In your business, you can "insulate" your brand against negative factors by ensuring you create high R-value content.

How to Increase Your R-Value through Content Marketing

Your content will have a higher R-value if it ticks all these boxes.

  1. Relevance
    Your customers have challenges and problems right now. They are searching for answers and the fastest, most reliable solutions. If they discover your content which is tailored specifically to their needs, giving them guidance on how to resolve the issues they face, the content will be very meaningful. With highly relevant content, you start to build engagement and can keep up the interest level.
  2. Rewarding
    Elon Musk, a thought leader who has successfully built not just 1, but 3 BILLION dollar companies, is firmly of the opinion that you get paid in proportion to the difficulty of the problems you are able to solve for your audience. If your content rewards your audience by solving genuine and serious problems, it becomes shareable. When the impact of your content is seen as improving people's lives, it becomes a rewarding experience for those who consume it, and they are happy to share it with their friends.
  3. Refreshing
    People are overwhelmed with the din in the content world. There is just too much content coming at them from all quarters and they find newer and better ways to shut out this noise. This means if you want to hold their attention, you must have a strong reason for them to read your content. Dull, boring and repetitive content causes fatigue and will be ignored. Your content has to be refreshingly different, unique and valuable in many ways to your target audience.
  4. Respectable
    High quality content demonstrates authority. It shows that you are a leader, and leaders command respect. By making your content relevant, rewarding and refreshing, respect becomes an easier goalpost to reach.

Want to increase the R-value of your content? Talk to us at MintCopy. Call us at 888-646-8003 or send us an email.

 

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