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Here are a list of some common types of content that businesses use in their content marketing efforts:

  1. Blog posts – written articles that provide information, insights, and commentary on a particular topic
  2. Infographics – visual representations of data or information that can be used to convey complex ideas in a simple and engaging way
  3. Social media updates – short, engaging messages posted on social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram
  4. Videos – visual content that can be used to demonstrate products, provide tutorials, or tell stories
  5. Podcasts – audio content that can be used to share insights, interviews, and stories
  6. E-books – longer-form content that can be used to provide in-depth information on a particular topic
  7. White papers – authoritative reports or guides that provide information and insights on a particular subject
  8. Case studies – in-depth analysis of a particular customer or project that highlights a business’s capabilities and expertise
  9. Webinars – online events that provide educational or instructional content to a specific audience
  10. Newsletters – regular updates that provide valuable information, insights, and resources to subscribers
  11. Interactive content – content that engages the audience and requires their participation, such as quizzes, polls, and surveys
  12. User-generated content – content that is created by the audience, such as customer reviews, testimonials, and user-generated social media posts.

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