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A lot of small businesses, when it comes to creating creative content, feel like they’re limited by their budget. In reality, you shouldn’t really see your budget as a limit. Instead, see it as a challenge. How can you, as a small business, get the most out of your content with the funds available? Even if you’re a tiny business with the most miniscule of funds, you can still create outstanding content for relatively cheap.
As the title of this blog post suggests, the New Year brings with it whole new challenges. For some it’s losing weight, getting fit, or learning a new language. For many students in their last year of university, it’s finding the time to secure a career (or even simply work experience) whilst still focussing on completing their work.
Sadly headlines like the one above were popping up all over the media throughout the last year. As brands flock to establish social profiles and social marketing becomes more prevalent, we were bound to see an increase in blunders such as these.
I’ve always felt a bit sorry for vacuums. Hear me out. There are hundreds of brands of vacuum, yet Hoover have capitalised most on both the name and the action. Let’s face it, you’re much more likely to say you are going to “hoover” something than you are “vacuum” it; and all because they probably had a better marketing team at one point or another.
The purpose of B2B Content Marketing is to acquire and nurture leads, in order to turn those leads into constant conversions. Think of your content as information businesses want to consume. If your brand regularly produces tasty content that other businesses constantly want to eat up, then you’re taking a step in right direction in collecting and converting leads.
There was once a time when Nokia dominated the mobile phone market. The company revolutionised the mobile industry with their ‘candy bar’ style handsets. They were the pioneers of the industry, creating nearly indestructible phones and developing some of the world’s first colour screen mobiles.
“Squee! LOL! OMG! Totes Amazeballs!”
Believe it or not, all of the above words can now be found in the dictionary (although amazeballs is still confined to Collins Online Dictionary, the forward-thinker’s favourite).
Hi there. Today I’m going to talk to you about managing your brand’s reputation online. Building a brand for yourself online has never been easier. Recent technology means that you now access hundreds of social profiles at just a click of a button. Social media [sites] and how we act and the things we say on them have never been more important.
Building and sustaining your brand’s reputation all depends on keeping the promises you make to customers. If a brand can consistently meet (or even better exceed) the promises it makes to its followers, then its reputation is in safe hands.
Writer’s block can be a royal pain.
Beginning your work with full gusto only to find yourself stuck after the first sentence is infuriating, but what’s worse is staring at a blank page for what seems like an eternity, willing ideas to appear from somewhere.
Hi there. My name’s Harry Gardiner, and today I’m going to talk to you about effective storytelling. So pull up a chair and let’s get started. Everyone loves a good story, whether it’s from a friend, something that you read online, or from one of your favourite books. Understanding how to craft a good story and get the group involved in your tale is the key to creating effective and worthwhile content. So today I’ve put together four helpful tips about effective storytelling.