When it comes to getting more people to read your press release, nothing does the job better than a well-written headline.
Working with bloggers, industry leaders, and social media stars to spread the word about your brand can have a larger — and often more successful — impact than your brand could get through more traditional advertising and content marketing.
Feedback is huge when it comes to developing a successful content marketing strategy. And yet with all the noise coming from every angle, it can be challenging to know what exactly you need to pay attention to. Here, we identify five sources that can prove invaluable to you in crafting your content.
In theory, you know that content marketing is an instrumental component of your brand’s marketing strategy. As a business owner or company executive, you understand that you have great potential to leverage thought leadership through content. In reality, you’re strapped for time, and writing articles and other content falls to the very bottom of a very long list of tasks.
So, what’s to be done? Should you give up on using content because you don’t have time or skills to develop it? Nay, my friend. There’s a better solution — hire a ghostwriter.
E-books are definitely a proven component of a smart marketing strategy, but are they right for your brand?
How to understand and make press release analytics work for you.
Did you know that accepting guest bloggers on your business blog is a way to get great content that they’ll help you promote?
Why no one cares about your products’ features and how to fix it.
Before you spend the next several weeks in holiday party mode, mark these marketing tasks off of your to-do list so you can start next year prepared.
As 2016 draws to a close, it’s natural to reflect back on the year that was. Here are five things to celebrate in today’s amazing digital marketing world.
Don’t forget to include content marketing in your holiday communications to-do list. Here’s how to tie content and promotions together in time for Black Friday.
From the time we’re children, we are taught that fears are bad. But in business, some fears are actually healthy for you…if you know how to harness them.