So, you’re running an online business. You’re a startup. Or you’re thinking of starting either of them.

You know content marketing works. A great deal.

So creating content isn’t just a hobby for you. It’s much more.

You’re eager to discover where a good content marketing strategy can lead you. Because you know it has huge potential.

Improved brand reputation. Higher visibility in search engines. More social traffic and followers. Better customer relationships. And increased revenue of course — you know, the usual.

But it doesn’t happen with the swing of a magic wand. And without the right content and strategy, it won’t happen at all.

But you’re a busy person who can’t afford to spend weeks or months carrying out experiments, or learning via trial and error. You want everything you do to lead you towards your desired goal.

You know where you want to go, and you know you need the right content and strategy to get there.

Even if you don’t know the right content and strategy to help you achieve your goals, you know where to find help. That’s why you’re here.

I help businesses achieve their content marketing goals.

I help YOU.

I’m Iniobong Eyo. Ini

Want some proof I can help you?

I have written popular posts shared thousands of times by readers. It hasn’t just been shared, it has inspired people.

According to data from Buzzsumo, this post “26 Blogging Mistakes Costing You Time, Money, and Credibility” has been shared over 1.6k times.

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It was the most popular post on Problogger in January.

Did I mention it inspired readers? Here’s proof:

Robyn comment

And another:

Steph Caswell tweet

Go read the post yourself and make your assessment.

Oh! And the best part?

It now ranks on page one of Google for “top blogging mistakes.”

Go read “Content Creation: How To Steal Your Way To A Successful Blog,” still on Problogger for an explanation of how I achieved the feat.

It was shared by several influencers including, but not limited to:

Jeff Bullas

Jeff Bullas share

And Jon Morrow

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Again, the comments also showed how valuable the post was to readers.

Kingsley Aigbona

What would content your readers devour and content influencers share do for your business? What would it do for your search traffic?  What would it do for your revenue?

You really want to find out? Then go ahead, send a message to ini@therefinementblog.com and let’s talk.