Learn the tactics to keep your content rolling and your audience engagement strong.
Social media is the new first impression. Having an active online presence can give a good impression and learning resource for a wandering buyer.
Brainstorming content plans that will help you work smarter, not harder.
While 10 or 15 years ago there may have been only one channel through which your content was disseminated, today it’s a different story. In order to maximize your content’s potential, it must be easily found and that entails social media, digital marketing, SEO, push campaigns, direct mail campaigns and more. That’s a lot of spinning plates.
If you’re in marketing today, chances are you’ve heard about buyer personas. If you haven’t taken that leap to develop yours… or if it’s been longer than 12 months since you revisited your personas, now is the time for you to dedicate time to it. Having a deep understanding of buyer personas is critical in driving content creation, product development, and really anything that relates to customer acquisition and retention.
Overcome the content creation listlessness that makes you want to toss your monitor with a blank page and blinking cursor through the window.
Today, with digital integration, journalism is interactive and allows for discussion and further debate among readers and viewers.
A great article can get overlooked by something as simple as a bad caption, this is a part of the reason they are so essential.
It has become incredibly important to include the use of multimedia content in your strategies in the online world we live in today.
Are you too busy to work on something extraordinary? Alison Grabowski, Senior Marketing Manager at MANN+HUMMEL, shares how to put being ‘too busy’ into perspective.