LinkedIn Publishing allows you to give your old content new legs in just ten minutes.
Writing can be a tough gig. You pour time and energy into a piece and for what? If you’re publishing on the Internet the best you can hope for is that it burns like a supernova; hot and bright for an instant before fading away rapidly. But if you utilize LinkedIn Publishing properly, you can breathe new life into your words. Learn how in this post by Greg Ciotti at Convince & Convert.
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Buyers are bombarded by more and more content every day. Learn how to rise above the noise (and make better use of your resources) by creating content specifically targeted for each stage of their buyer journey.
If you’re creating content simply for the sake of having a blog or because you’ve been told you should, don’t expect to see big results. In order to make content marketing truly worthwhile, you need to take a strategic and systematic approach. It starts with breaking down your target customers’ buying journeys, and identifying “sticking points” where they are getting caught up and failing to convert. From there, you can focus your efforts on attacking those bottlenecks and “unsticking” more and more potential buyers with the right content in the right context at the right time.
Adding even a little bit more visual content can do wonders for how people respond to your content.
You might win people over with your words (as any good copywriter would tell you), but you won’t win their eyeballs. But the fact is, before you can win them over you need to make sure they’re engaged with you. So where do you find your hook? Lee Odden reached out to nine industry experts for advice on how to emphasize visual content in this post at Top Rank Blog.
It’s the one tool no self-respecting content marketer would be without. But the truth is if content plays even the slightest role in your strategic marketing approach, an editorial calendar will improve your ability to get organized, plan ahead, and see a bigger return on your marketing efforts.
Let’s start off with a quick bottom line: If your content production is tied to specific strategic marketing goals then you need an editorial calendar.
It is a crucial tool that allows you to plan ahead, delegate tasks, and benchmark your success.
What does it take to be a video marketing pro? Wistia CEO Chris Savage answers the biggest questions about getting it right.
By now, you know the stats. Not only is video rapidly becoming the dominant form of online content (according to Cisco, video will account for 79% of all consumer internet traffic by 2018), it’s also proving itself as an extremely effective marketing tool (quick example, emails with videos receive a 2x-3x increase in click-through rates).
You know you need to start incorporating more video into your marketing, but if you’re like many B2B marketers, you’re not exactly sure where to begin (especially if you’re on a tight budget).
Greatist founder Derek Flanzraich talks about the content philosophy that’s helping his health and wellness media startup achieve incredible growth, and what B2B marketers can learn from B2C brands like Red Bull and GoPro.
When Derek Flanzraich graduated from Harvard in 2010, he wasn’t exactly sure what he wanted to be. Out of college, Flanzraich took a job with Clicker Media (which was subsequently acquired by CBS), but the self-proclaimed lifelong builder says he couldn’t resist the entrepreneurial bug. So, in 2011 Flanzraich decided to follow his passion for health and brand building by founding Greatist, an Internet media startup designed to deliver high-quality fitness, health, and happiness content.
Duplicate content doesn’t spell doom for your website.
Marketers have their hands on plenty of hot button issues, but more than anything else they seem to treat duplicate content with kid gloves. It’s a topic that will send shivers down their spine and have them double-checking their latest posts. But as Andy Crestodina explains in this post at KISS Metrics, it’s really nothing to worry about.