Category Archives: Content Marketing

5 Keys to Connecting with Your Customers on Facebook

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It’s a lot easier than you might imagine. Guest Post by  Craig Robinson, Editor-in-chief at Qwaya.com.  As you enter the world of Facebook social marketing, you may worry that it will both complex and challenging. That concern deepens when you

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The Secret to Skyrocketing Sales by Turning Content into An Asset

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Book Review–Brandscaping: Unleashing the Power of Partnerships. Brandscaping, the terrific new book from Andrew (Drew) Davis describes a powerful but practical strategy to engage your customers over the long term with unique and compelling content. This content is driven by

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Facebook Secret for Small Business Success: Make it Fun for Your Fans

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A Content Marketing Lesson from First Class Plumbing. We have lots of successful local businesses here in Naples, Florida. We even have quite a few successful plumbing companies. But, I can think of only one with a wonderfully wacky sense

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When Social Media Fails | Social Media Today

Written by Ryan Connors. How many times have you heard it said that social media can help your company? All you have to do is learn a few simple tricks about tweeting and likes and soon enough you’ll be living

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5 Lessons to Learn from the World’s Worst Press Release

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The headline and the article below are so bad that you might think it’s a spoof published by the satirical website, The Onion.   But, no such luck! Happily, we can learn from it. I have changed details to protect the

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How Even Your Small Company Can Newsjack the Olympics

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The 2012 Olympic Games offer once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to put your company in the news spotlight. Newsjacking is a term invented by David Meerman Scott. It means finding a way to insert your organization into a big news story. When you

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How to Successfully Conduct Great Market Research Online

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Written by Bob Ruffolo at Impact Branding and Design. When we think of marketers and market research, we tend to think of two-way mirrors and focus groups. We think about extensive planning. We think “expensive”. But thanks to the Internet, no matter

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THINKing » Top 50 Creativity Posts

My Creative Team has a weekly feature highlighting the latest information on creativity. This post selects – in no particular order – the 50 best creativity posts that they have featured this year. Here’s a sample to get you started

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How to Keep Bad Headlines from Burying Your Content

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I’m a connoisseur  of  really awful headlines. The more appalling they are, the more I love them. But, I rarely, if ever, go on to read the actual stories. Happily, we can still learn what to do by observing what

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4 Lessons In Creativity From John Cleese

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  WRITTEN BY: RAE ANN FERA on Co.Create The legendary writer and actor has also become a well-known student of and speaker on creativity and how to cultivate it. He recently enlightened a group of ad types about the best

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