Sure, there’s nothing wrong with a bit of healthy competition. As long as you’ve got inside info.
FIND YOUR EDGE WITH IN-DEPTH COMPETITOR ANALYSIS.
It’s a crowded market out there. Packed with noisy, ambitious rivals all striving to stand out. To get noticed you need to differentiate your brand.
Competitor analysis identifies gaps in the market so you can swoop in and fill them. Allowing you to stand out with flair – crafting copy and content that leaves your rivals in the dust.
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Here’s how a clever competitor analysis can boost you head and shoulders above the crowd:
You’re in a shouting match. Along with millions of other brands battling to get their voice heard. How do you find your edge? Learn how your competitors are saying it – then say it differently (while making sure it’s aligned with your brand identity). Our competitor brand analysis digs deep. Revealing gaps in the market. So you can find your own unique voice. And shout from the rooftops.
Dig deep around your competitors’ websites – forming a solid framework for our analysis.
Discover what they’re saying. And how they’re saying it. Brand value proposition. Values. Personality. Voice. Strengths. Weaknesses. We want it all.
Present each competitor in its own fancy document, showcasing key insights and opportunities.
COMPETITOR CONTENT ANALYSIS
Your content strategy has a mortal enemy: The dreaded leaky funnel. To combat it, your strategy needs to be rock-solid, based on value-packed insights. That’s where competitor analysis saves the day. Allowing you to identify clear space. And fill it with your winning content.
Analyse your competitors’ content across all channels including blog, video, social, email.
How are your competitors strategising? We pull out all the juicy info. And see where you fit into the picture.
Time to show you the goods. And by goods we mean game-changing opportunities set to transform your content strategy. Yep, the goood goods.
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Katherine Egan – Marketing And Business Development Coordinator – Frontier Economics
We’re really pleased. You guys are doing a great job and the team here have been really happy with the content and quality of work that’s coming back.