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There's no harm in pointing out some of our best articles from months and years gone by, especially when they include evergreen advice for content creators.
Leaving aside the ambiguity of the term 'content creator', here are some great tips for marketers working with copy, imagery and video.
How has Barclays used video content to regain relevancy and trust?
Mark Brayton, content marketing director at Barclays, spoke at the Festival of Marketing on the transformation of Barclays' video strategy.
Airbnb is a master of branding and tempting UX.
I thought I'd roundup some examples, from campaigns to webpages and even little bits of what one might call 'micro UX'.
How can brands such as Amazon Prime and Netflix ensure they approach high growth markets fully prepared, to maximise the viable revenue opportunities on offer?
As advanced economies are rapidly reaching saturation point and consumer acquisition is becoming increasingly challenging, digital content brands seeking expansion have no option, but to look for new revenue streams.
How do you drive more organic traffic by efficiently enhancing your content strategy using only free tools?
Here's a 2,500 word how-to guide.
The Economist has caught the eye of late, with notable successes in creative programmatic and experimentation with social platforms.
I caught up with Heather Taylor, Director of Content Strategy at The Economist, to ask a few probing questions.
Product descriptions have long been advocated as both a sales and an SEO tactic.
But is this a bit 'web 2.0', or even 'web 1.0'?
Here is some evidence that product descriptions could be a red herring.
No matter how good you are at the words, the sentences and the grammar, no matter how often you run your florid prose through the Hemingway app, there are some elements of an article page that can scupper everything.
Here are the most important.
The content marketing gold rush doesn’t seem to be slowing, and articles advising brands they need to jump on the bandwagon continue to plague the internet like timeshare salesmen in 1970s Spain.
But does your brand really need content marketing?
Maybe. Personally I’m pro-content, but I also don’t believe enough thought goes into why and how brands are doing it.
It has been a while since I dissected the content marketing efforts of a major brand, and what better subject for my first one of the year than the almighty NFL.
The 32 NFL teams generated $11.09bn in revenue between them in 2014. The English Premier League, by comparison, turned over just £3.26bn in the same period.
I thought it would be interesting to delve into the content marketing strategy of this enormous money-making machine to see how the channel supports its success.
Before a piece of marketing can have a chance of persuading anyone of anything it needs to be seen.
The necessity of registering in someone’s brain via their eyes has all but been forgotten in the fad for ‘brand publishing’.
Econsultancy’s recent Digital Transformation in the Financial Services Sector report found that “customer experience” was a recurring priority for senior executives from firms such as BlackRock and JP Morgan Asset Management.
Personalised and relevant content was seen to be key for delivering against this priority.