Content Marketing

♦ Creative Content Marketing Audit and reporing
♦ Content Marketing Strategy and Brainstorming
♦ Quality Content, White-hat Link building and Targeted SEO
♦ Competitive Industry Analysis and strategies
♦ Monthly Reporting and Product Consultation 

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Our Plans

startup plan

Ideal for new businesses and startups
$ 299 Monthly
  • Blog Posts - upto 4
  • Infographics - 2
  • Product Video - 1
  • Visual Post - upto 4
  • Unlimited Revisions

growth plan

For mid-size businesses looking for digital growth
$ 499 Monthly
  • Blog Posts - upto 8
  • Infographics - upto 4
  • Product Video - upto 2
  • Visual Post - upto 8
  • Long Form Article - upto 1
  • Unlimited Revisions

accelerate plan

For businesses looking to claim the crown
$ 799 Monthly
  • Blog Posts - upto 16
  • Infographics - upto 8
  • Product Video - upto 4
  • Visual Post - upto 15
  • Long Form Article - upto 3
  • Unlimited Revisions

Frequently Asked Questions

Content marketing is a strategic marketing approach focused on creating and distributing valuable, relevant, and consistent material to attract and retain a clearly defined audience also ultimately to drive profitable customer action.

The beauty of content marketing is that it serves multiple purposes also depending on your goals and the type of content you create as a result, it could boost your brand in several different ways.

First, it can increase awareness of your brand, especially if the material you produce has an educational angle. As result,customers get to know your brand and the value that it provides through high-quality content.Moreover you can also increase customer loyalty. As, you grow your brand’s base so, you can also generate website traffic and drive sales.

However, content type depends on your unique brand so does content frequency. As lifestyle brand may benefit from developing and sharing short snippets daily while others may get more value out of creating long-form content once a week or twice a month.

In fact it, doesn’t matter what type of frequency works best for your business. However, strive for a consistent schedule. A regular schedule will boost your reliability and ensure that your audience anticipates your content.

Far from a short-term effort, content marketing is a long-term strategy. While you’re likely to see more social shares and new leads within the first few months of implementing your campaign but, your ultimate goals should be long-term. Since your content can provide value for many years to come so, consider it an asset that you’ll be able to use to build loyalty then generate leads, and drive sales far into the future.

Ready to get started with content marketing? Then contact DGM team for expert-level content strategy and production.