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Determining the kinds of branded content your brand should create can be perplexing. This infographic from Feldman Creative aims to provide some guidance to help you make informed decisions when selecting types of branded content to create.
The stakes are even higher than ever for marketers to create content that can break through the noise - s o, how will you make your content engaging and interesting? This infographic lays out five simple rules to engage your audience in 2016.
Coming up with new content is challenging, but there is a simple formula that you can use to help ensure that your content stands apart from the rest - write content that covers these key elements: practical value , entertainment , awe , and credibility .
Bloggers, small business owners, and marketers have been struggling with the same problem for years: how to create compelling content.Why is this such a struggle? Because they’re using the wrong process, or worse, they don’t use a process at all. Some of them simply create content based on assumptions. For effective content creation, find a process that works and follow it step-by-step. This way, you exponentially increase your likelihood to “win”. Here is a 4-step process that you can use to create compelling content for your audience.
The opportunity, or desire, or even perceived need to change things and try things and re-do things is stronger in some creative types than in others. Some people can — and will — just keep noodling things forever if you let them. Maybe until you tell them to stop. Maybe until you insist.
Spending hours crafting the perfect blog post only to see it get minimal shares can be disheartening - here's a 5-step strategy to create content and share it in the right way to maximize your social engagement time after time .
We all have a myriad of blogs on our sites that are no longer utilised and tend to just sit there gathering dust. Aside from receiving the odd view or comment, older content often tends to get overlooked – partially because it’s out dated and also partially because Google tends to prefer newer indexed material . However, this doesn’t mean it should go to waste and there are numerous ways that you can repurpose old content and give it a new lease of life, allowing you to get more from it.
Marketing c ontent exists for only one purpose - to get conversions. C ontent marketers spend hours of time and energy ensuring that their content is creative, compelling, shared, and spread all over the place. Here are 10 things that might help a marketer keep pace.