If content marketers want to capture diverse and meaningful audiences, they need to look deep into their marketing toolbox. The digital marketing cosmos is full of many different types of content marketing formats that can dramatically improve (and even reshape) the most clever marketing strategies.
In the February 2019 CMO Survey, 37% of marketing leaders ranked growth as their number one challenge. This challenge crosses company size, sector, and industry. With more and more pressure on marketers to prove return on investment, how can you be sure that your calculations are right?
In the August 2018 CMO Survey by Deloitte, the biggest weakness is the ability to measure the success of digital marketing activities and working with external partners. Yet another study, this one from Bannerflow, shows that 91% of brands are bringing their digital marketing in-house. Hmmm… there seems to be a gap in what CMOs need (measurement) and what they have (lack of internal talent with analytics acumen). Let’s explore when it makes sense to outsource your digital marketing and when it’s time to bring select capability in-house.
Getting more out of your blog can be a difficult ask. Often blogging regularly is enough of a strain on resources that you don’t have time to take a step back and look at how your blog is doing, and if it is really engaging your readers. Well, here are some simple tips on how to get more from your blog without discussing the content itself.
As we discussed yesterday, LinkedIn can be a really powerful tool for your business. Yesterday we walked through how you can make the most out of your personal profile, today we’re looking at how you can supercharge your company profile by following our optimization checklist.
LinkedIn can be a powerful tool for both your personal reputation and the reputation of the business you work for. Getting it right can lead to new business opportunities coming to you regularly and concurrently, getting it wrong can negatively impact how you are perceived. So here’s our checklist on how to make the perfect LinkedIn personal profile.
It’s Not As Difficult As It Sounds Many small business owners think the basic concept of an SEO strategy sounds technical and hard to do – especially when researching the difference between White Hat SEO and other methods SEO articles can be full of jargon and a bit intimidating to a casual reader. While there […]
Making the Most of Your Videos & Images Engaging content is more than just words on a screen. Images and video play an important role in keeping a reader entertained as well as add to your message. But you can’t just upload any old picture, or video, and hope it keeps someone on your page […]
Considerations for Contributors If you’re running a small business and need content marketing as part of your digital marketing strategy, it can be challenging to find either the time or resources. Content is a major ingredient to SEO; consistent publishing of high-quality web pages or blog posts will attract potential customers. If you have the time […]
Responsive Meets All Channels We’ve written about the importance of responsive design as a top trend. Now there’s a new content marketing term that brings it all together. Read on to learn about adaptive content and the omnichannel experience. Omni-Channel Chatter At the core of the adaptive content, the concept is that you should be “omnichannel.” […]