With content marketing expanding and evolving at such a rapid rate, it is important to differentiate your company from the pack. To do so, one must draw on various inspirations to keep creating high quality, valuable, shareable content.
Is social media becoming irrelevant in the marketing world? HootSuite CEO Ryan Holmes says growth in social media manager positions declined 50 percent in 2013. This seems to point to a decline in need for executing social media strategies.
Lately, I’ve had a sneaking suspicion that my brain doesn’t work quite the way it used to. I set out to pay some bills online, and the next thing I know I’m watching hilarious animal videos. I land on a Wikipedia page with no recollection of how I got there, or what I set out to learn. I get twitchy when I can’t access my phone. I’m continuously checking Facebook to see if anyone has liked the cute pictures of my kids I just posted. What has caused this gradual onset of online A.D.D.? Why is my attention span shrinking? What happened to my ability to focus on one thing?
Live tweeting from an event can be a very effective content marketing technique--especially when it's life or death.
Though I didn’t particularly die laughing at every single one of Harold Ramis’ movies — those he wrote screenplays for, directed or starred in — his stuff at the time was funnier, more unexpected and delightfully edgier than most.
Although the debate rages on as to what defines “great content,” a publisher ultimately wants to know something very simple: Is the content working, or is it not working?
Social media is content that is instant, is sharable, is free, has longevity, and if done correctly, makes as much of an impact as any 30-second TV spot or full-page print ad.
The multi-pronged ad campaign of Anchorman 2 was creative, innovative and in-your-face, and we like the combination of unique content marketing with traditional advertising.
"Content shock" has been a hot topic in the content marketing space lately thanks to a recent post by blogger Mark Schaefer. Should the industry be worried?
We believe businesses must provide service that is as active as their customers to stay competitive in a rapidly evolving mobile landscape. One example of this is mobile banking, a service no longer a side perk or add-on—it is a necessity.
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