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These days, it seems like everyone thinks they can write – social sites like WordPress and Facebook give everyone a bullhorn through which to shout their opinions. But when it comes down to the wire, who would you trust to handle your content marketing plan? In the grand scheme of content generation, being able to write is only part (though an important part) of it: effective content has a purpose and a plan from identification of the target audience, to goals for messaging, to measuring results.

“We need to stop interrupting what people are interested in and be what people are interested in.”

- Craig Davis, Chief Creative Officer Worldwide
J. Walter Thompson (World’s 4th Largest Ad Agency)

Content generation is more than just blogging – it’s making your company’s voice a part of the conversation that’s already taking place around you, and establishing your position as a thought leader in your industry. Content that demands attention focuses on the reader’s needs while offering a viable solution. As with everything we do, Access Marketing engineers a holistic content plan that could include website copywriting, social media, whitepapers, blogging, case studies and more depending on the specific needs of your business.

Featured Work
In support of growing DataFile's role as an industry thought leader, we take advantage of speaking opportunities and proactively promote their founder's expertise to associations, trade event coordinators and partners.
A few years after the first event property design, Precision Software once again leveraged Access Marketing Company to refresh its event presence and incorporate new product focus and capabilities in its visual presentation. In addition to aligned with new website updates, the event backdrop was revised to show a more comprehensive and integrated logistics software solutions - again designed with minimal text in order to make the visual appeal high and giving their talents event staff time to engage "aisle visitors".