It’s been way too long since I’ve had time to pay attention to my own content marketing blog, but this post I wrote for nDash reflects my thoughts on the status and ethics of ghostwriting in 2020. Enjoy!
Over the past week or so, I’ve been listening to the coronavirus news and struggling with the question of whether or not to continue business as usual. Because, while working from home is the norm for my husband and me, we’re finding that some of our contacts seem to be off the grid. Hopefully, they’re […]
I should probably turn in my content marketing license, because I never know what to post on Instagram. Seriously — my dog has more Instagram followers than I do. You’re probably thinking “OK, boomer.” And, if you’re not, maybe you should be. After all, I know the statistics: Instagram has more than one billion active […]
Digital nomads are ideal ambassadors for brands who want to enhance their image around the world. The keys to success are finding the right brand ambassadors, deciding what at you want them to do, and navigating the legal requirements.
Far too many content marketing “best practices” focus on driving traffic. But driving traffic only matters if your money comes from ad revenue. If you’re selling a product or service, the only traffic that matters is the kind that converts.
Digital policies aren’t just for global organizations. Solopreneurs, bloggers, SMBs, and everyone in between need them, too. And the bigger you are, the more complex your decisions become. From the smallest mom-and-pop business to the largest corporation, “The Power of Digital Policy: A Practical Guide to Minimizing Risk and Maximizing Opportunity for Your Organization” will walk you through the process of developing digital policies and making them part of your culture.
Why “global warming” just might be the biggest marketing fail ever: The “global warming” debate ramps up every time we have an unusually cold winter — something that could easily have been avoided had scientists called it “climate change” from the beginning. Because you’re marketing even when you don’t realize it.
Content marketing seems to reshape itself every year or so to accommodate a new model: the sales funnel, the marketing funnel, the customer experience funnel, etc. But what marketers really need is a Theory of Everything for content marketing.
Outsourcing content creation can be tough. It’s a partnership that requires give-and-take on both sides. But brands can make a big difference by optimizing the way you work with outsourced content creators. Here are 5 things you can do today.
Marketing automation is absolutely critical for many businesses. Today’s marketplace is too big, too complex, and moving too fast to do everything manually. But don’t get too dependent on it, because there are a few content marketing automation mistakes that can kill your business. I see them in my email inbox almost every day.