Content Strategy Intrigue

Content Strategy Intrigue: Encouraging Engagement From the Start

Perhaps the single-most obsessed-over key performance indicator for content marketers is engagement. The conventional wisdom being that your content is only as good as how many people engage with it: that they read, then comment and share the post to increase its reach. But how do we plan for maximizing this erratic, user-driven KPI at […]

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Infographics: Tested and Proven

Infographics drive brand awareness, audience engagement, cross-web traffic and –ultimately– conversions, but they require thoughtful, strategic planning. Designing attractive infographics that offer important statistics or insights in an attractive format keeps prospects on your website longer, inspires them to share your content and increases the chances that they’ll remember your brand. With the ubiquity of […]

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Content Calendars: Why You Need One

You’ve probably heard of content calendars before, and you have a sense that they’re a good thing to have around. But before we get into the merits of building and maintaining one, let’s take a step back and look at what they are. What Is a Content Calendar? A content calendar is a detailed, scheduled […]

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Does Your Website Need Spring Cleaning?

Ahhh… Spring! (Go ahead, let out an exaggerated sigh of relief). The warmer air has a way of breathing new energy into all aspects of our lives. It’s a time for rebirth. It’s a time for new projects. It’s time to set pace for the busy season ahead. Likewise, longer hours of daylight draw attention […]

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More Native Than Native Advertising

Is there something more native than native advertising? Yesterday, I was cruising the Internet, browsing through a few of my favorite digital haunts, and I stumbled upon a Fast Company article highlighting a chair designed for public spaces (like airports) that actually shields you from the glances of passers-by. Being a bit of a privacy […]

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3 Types of Shareable Content

It’s been said that a company no longer controls its brand. That’s something of a misstatement. Control is still present— it’s just that instead of flying solo, companies are now operating with co-pilots— their target audiences, who can sometimes wrest control away and dictate the direction of the brand. And that’s still a scary thought. […]

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