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As you surf through the Internet for content marketing tips, strategies, and case studies, you may find plenty of examples of what works. But, unfortunately, not all of those examples resonate in a "boring" industry. So the questions you may have is: What do you do if you want to make your content exciting in an otherwise boring industry?

Andra Zaharia faced that kind of challenge as she wrote articles in the cybersecurity industry as a senior freelance content marketer. In fact, her article on ransomware ranked number three in the Google search engine resulting in a traffic spike of 800% after the first global ransomware outbreak, WannaCry.

In episode 75, you'll learn:

  1. What are the habits of high-performing marketers?
  2. Why do content marketers need to act more like translators?
  3. How to use emotions and storytelling to write a compelling article even in a boring industry?

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Get the free growth cheat sheet with actionable tips from this episode at https://growthtoday.fm/75

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Show Notes
  • 5:49 – Andra's career journey
  • 23:06 – Habits of a high-performing marketer
  • 15:34 – What does it mean for content marketers to be translators
  • 36:58 – Why are curiosity and storytelling so important in writing good articles?
  • 48:22 – Andra's one piece of advice to content marketers
  • 50:57 – Where can people find out more about Andra's work online?

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