The digital marketing and content writing industry has grown tremendously in recent years. The trend seems to be picking up and experts predict it will continue to grow. Companies around the world are trying to adapt to this “new normal” after the pandemic. The need to attract customers outside of traditional sales channels is expected to be key for businesses by 2021. At the other end of the spectrum, however, service providers also find it difficult to deal with new technologies and fierce competition. There has never been more emphasis on value creation than it is today. The digital marketing industry has to revolutionize itself and adapt to the changed business environment. In the digital world, words and content define companies by being the first point of contact between a customer and the company. While many have failed to spot and prepare for the changing trends, a writer and digital marketer has been preparing to keep a journal since he was 9 years old. This writer wrote more than one student wrote his homework. A collection of 12 personal diaries with 365 pages each made him “Word Maniac” and “Content King” since he was 9 years old. Who knew the personal diary writer would one day become the author of 4 published books: The Weak Point Dealer, Will You Walk A Mile, The C to T of Content Marketing, and The Unproposed Guy. He still regrets that he failed to complete his 12th diary when he graduated from college in 2014 and these diaries are his jewels. People write it because they like it and so they write it; He wasn’t that guy. An ellocution and extempore champion at a young age, Bhavik has always been exceptional at alphabets, vocabulary and words. A dreamer, racing driver, and amateur rapper, he started blogging for his own satisfaction and hobby. He was paid, albeit a little, but enough to spend weekends in college meeting up with his best friends. Since 2016 he has founded content writing organizations such as Estorytellers, Taletel, Write Right and the holistic advertising agency Dad of Ad. Write Right is the second highest Clutch-rated content marketing agency in India and is head to toe in this digital marketing industry. Known for his creative names for his books and companies, Bhavik Sarkhedi is eager to dominate the global market as he believes he has categorically reached and covered the Indian content writing services market. Bhavik Sarkhedi: “Content marketing is part of the digital marketing sector. Digital marketing is the future. The relevance of print media is clearly declining. Hence, swimming with the latest trends is important and I’ve always tried to stay in the competitive content marketing industry by digitally assisting brands and companies as a content consultant. “Bhavik Sarkhedi’s writing came into the limelight when he started writing guest columns for Huffingtonpost, Entrepreneur, YourStory, Inc42, etc. To date, he has written for more than 35 publications, and his expertise in content marketing has helped emerging writers, writers, and digital marketers grow and shine today. He didn’t stop writing for these world-class publications but continued to delve deep into the then-emerging field of content writing and digital marketing. Bhavik Sarkhedi’s, Creative Constant Consultant and Pro Digital Marketer’s journey, from writing blogs to books, has been nothing short of spectacular. He smiles in the list of “Best Content Writers in the World” and his 3 agencies pride themselves on “Best Content Writing Organizations in India”. If not for him, he takes pride in positioning himself as one of the best in the world on behalf of India. Bhavik Sarkhedi is a proud Indian content writer who has secured his place among the world’s most renowned experts. A passionate and ambitious writer of the 90s began his journey with writing personal diaries and today has nothing less than a role model in the areas of “digital marketing” and “content writing”. To write correctly are two simple words with which one would live and die, says someone who is invincible and unstoppable on his journey.
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