What Chuck Norris knows about your marketing strategy

What Chuck Norris knows about your marketing strategy

09 Nov 2014
| Last update: 20 Mar 2015

Chuck Norris definitely knows how to fight and how to be the ultimate badass. But what does he know about your website’s marketing strategy? I’m pretty sure you never thought of that…until now. What if I told you that there is now a product out there that is the equivalent of Chuck Norris in identifying and showing you how to solve the issues you might have with your website’s content strategy? Oh yeah, it’s that good!

Brace yourselves, Content Look is here! 

marketing strategy[ Photo credits: Joriel “Joz” Jimenez’s Flickr ]

Chuck Norris doesn’t know it all

I hate to disappoint you, but that’s kind of true. To answer the question from the image above, I would tell you that Chuck Norris would search for the best solution for his website (in case he had one. Let’s assume he did).

If you don’t know how to identify or how to fix any loopholes of your content marketing strategy, you’ve come to the right place. Squirrly has been working on improving Content Look in the last few months. Thanks to the awesome feedback we received last year at How To Web 2013, we were able to design a tool that tells you whether your website has a strong content marketing strategy, and shows you how to fix any issues (if there are any).

Taking your marketing strategy to the next level

I bet Chuck Norris would have wanted to think about this before we did. Now that you know that there is a tool that can help you improve your marketing strategy, head over to the website, and try it out. It’s free, no strings attached. Also, feel free to contact us and give feedback on Content Look.

I hope you’re as excited as we are about this!

Wake up with new leads from the content you publish.

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Ana Darstaru

Content Writer at Squirrly
Ana has a strong sense of pragmatism and realism. Aside from the articles she writes for our lovely clients, she also loves testing new beauty products, and is obsessed with Pulp Fiction.
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