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Why Smart Marketers Are Embracing Experiential Content

Authors: Testing LeBreton Ryan Brown
Posted Under: The Content Experience Show
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Testing LeBreton

Anna Hrach

Convince & Convert
About The Content Experience Show:

Welcome to The Content Experience Show where content experience is the new content marketing. It’s not only about reaching our audiences where they are, but engaging them with a personalized experience of meaningful, useful content that they’ll take with them over time. The guests on the Content Experience Show share strategies, tips, and real-world examples of how they’re taking their content marketing to the next level and providing their current and prospective customers with a true content experience. This isn’t just a trend. It’s a movement.

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Ryan Brown, Head of Brand Strategy at Ceros, joins the Content Experience Show Podcast to explore why today’s consumers crave experiential content.

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The Shift Toward Experiential Content

As every marketer knows, today’s consumers have sky-high expectations for brand content. They demand relevance, authenticity, and personalization. They also value experiential content more than ever—and no, that doesn’t mean tacking a quiz on to the end of a blog post.
According to Ryan Brown, Head of Brand Strategy at Ceros, consumers crave content that takes them on a journey and sparks a meaningful connection. It takes more than a branded PDF to entice them, given how content-saturated most digital spaces have become.
What might experiential content look like for your brand? Ryan walks through the possibilities, offering insights into what kinds of experiences tend to succeed and ideas your brand can adapt to suit your unique audience.

In This Episode

  • How experiential content differs from traditional content marketing.
  • Why successful brands are already shifting their focus from generating static content to crafting experiences.
  • How consumer expectations for brand content have evolved since the early days of the content marketing boom.
  • Three in-depth examples of experiential content in action.
  • Ideas to jumpstart your marketing team’s experiential content brainstorming.

Quotes From This Episode

“The experience that a lot of companies are creating with content is largely similar. You take the blogs, PDFs, ebooks, and whitepapers, and reports. You could swap out a logo and the colors for one to another, and you still have a quite similar experience.” – @_RyanBrown_
More and more people have an expectation for brands to make a connection or make them feel better. Click To Tweet
“It’s right that innovation goes to this experience lens. When you do that, you up the quality of the interaction, up the quality of the content, up the quality of everything that will resonate better with people.” – @_RyanBrown_


Content Experience Lightning Round

Tell us about your favorite experiences visiting “speakeasy”-style cocktail bars.
Ryan has visited speakeasies hidden within barbershops, toy stores, and other surprising places! He loves being transported by an experience and taken on a journey.
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