Category Archive for: Content Marketing

content ideas

Content Ideas That Work For Your Entire Business (Not Just A Department)

Content should be the most important part of your online marketing strategy. After all, how can you expect to bring in traffic and convert them to paying customers without it? Then, go ahead and factor in the importance of content for SEO and all of a sudden it’s mission critical. Content matters, we know that,…

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food pr

Recipes: The Missing Ingredient in Many Food PR Content Marketing Mixes

Firing up a grill with a push of a button. Making taste buds tingle with flavorful hot sauce varieties. Creating memorable media experiences through product trial has long been a staple of public relations for food & beverage and related brands. However, when it comes to maximizing overall ROI and audience engagement, an often overlooked…

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food marketing

Food Marketing Debate – Dinner for One

The consumer reality doesn’t always match the images that food delivery marketers project when promoting their services. Visions of family dinners around the table, along with larger gatherings of friends lifting a glass, don’t reflect the trend of single person dining. According to the Hartman Group’s Food and Beverage Occasions Compass data, almost 50 percent…

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creative idea generation

Creative PR: 4 Idea Generation Techniques

In 1926, psychologist Graham Wallas outlined the basic creative process, which has been the overall framework for understanding and fostering creativity for almost a century. The Wallas process has four general stages: Preparation: loading up your mind to be creative Inspiration/Insight: the process of generating ideas Incubation: the process of refining and iterating ideas Verification: the process…

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accessible content

How to Make Content Inclusive for People with Disabilities

Today’s blog is a guest post by Julie Donovan, Director of External Relations at Empowerment Through Integration. Enjoy!  One billion people with disabilities live in today’s world. Unfortunately, most of the challenges they face in society don’t come from their own inabilities, but rather an environment that is not always accessible. The ever-increasing technological world presents…

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headline writing

When Great Headline Writing Isn’t Enough

Thanks to the many intense pressures existing in digital advertising, media and content marketing, the importance of a good headline has grown exponentially in recent years. Taking the media example, 20 years ago an attention grabbing headline was important to capture a reader’s attention and engage them, but they had already bought the newspaper! Now,…

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Content Marketing Agency

6 Questions To Ask A Content Marketing Agency Before Hiring

Managing all components of a successful marketing strategy has become a juggling act in the 21st century. How can one organization possibly keep every ball in the air between social media management, e-mail marketing campaigns, and, especially, SEO?  Hence, why hiring a content marketing agency is becoming the new norm with 73 percent of major…

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pinterest ads

Making the Most of Pinterest Ads

Social media has completely changed the way information is shared – both personally and professionally. Any savvy marketing professional understands that having a strong presence on social media is critical to connecting with customers and growing a business, but the most successful marketers realize organic efforts are often not enough to make a significant impression.…

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State of Social

State of Social Q1 2017: Facebook nears 2 billion users, says video or else

The largest social network in the world – and to some people, the entire Internet – released its Q1 2017 earnings. What’s new with the 800 pound gorilla in social media? User Growth Facebook’s overall growth remained above 4% quarter-over-quarter in Q1, which it has sustained over the past 3 quarters. Facebook is just short…

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blogging

How to Use Blogging & PR to Reach New Audiences

Many companies come to us ready to invest in earned media to ensure they’re top-of-mind for sales deals and RFPs. In my experience, many of those companies aren’t putting the same resources into blogging – posting once every few weeks, or not at all. But they should be. While PR is a great tool for…

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