SORT BY Relevancy
Okay, you’re blogging, you finally decided that it had to happen, or maybe you started doing it last year and you’re getting some steam going. I bet you’re doing more content than you were back then, and if you just started, I am sure that it looks like a big challenge to keep it going (as much as you think you should).
To stand out from the crowd, we need to be more interesting, interactive and data-driven with our content. We need to give users a unique experience. One solution that is becoming more prevalent is interactive content marketing. Know what that is? No? Well, we’re going to tell you today!
Plus, do you know what the most expensive keywords are on Google in PPC? We have the list – ALL THIS TODAY ON THE EDGE!
I've got known for saying "content marketing is a commitment, not a campaign" and it's something that crops up on my Twitter feed quite often.
In this week's episode of the show, I talk through what this means to me and what we at Moondog do when approaching a "commitment".
Content Marketing is never an easy fix; it takes time to think, analyse, plan and be strategic as well as be creative. It's worth it, but as the title of the show suggests, to make content marketing work for your business, you really need to be in it for the long haul.
For feedback, please contact me on Twitter or directly through the Moondog website
Show notes available here.
Brian Solis recently wrote about the 10 Commandments of Content Marketing and it was so compelling that we decided to discuss it on today's show. Marketers often confuse content marketing with engagement. Just because you get someone’s attention doesn’t mean your audience actually cares.
You spend all of this time following the work of others, listening to experts who preach soundbites and executing against programmatic calendar only to miss the very thing that connects with people…relevance.
Marketing relevant content is what matters – and we have the 10 Commandments of Content Marketing – you must give it a listen.
Isn't Everybody Growing Business by Content Marketing?
Aplologiesw to anyone who tuned in yesterday. We had some technical difficulties, and then were interrupted by an event at the office, so we cancelled for the day. But we're back!
Why Isn’t Everyone Growing Business by Content Marketing?
I have to admit that when I first decided to get into this business, I thought I was going to find that virtually everybody had already adopted the methodology of growing businessby content marketing. But I was wrong.
There are just an amazing number of people with narrow target audiences who are doing the wrong things. Some get well ranked purely by accident and without any deliberate control. They could do so much better with such a small amount of directed effort!
Tune in and discver how to deliberately target an audience on the internet. Wouldnlt you like have gueranteed customers calling on you, instead of you cold calling on customers who might have no interest in you whatsoever? I know that I hate cold call selling. Do you?
Today we are talking to Corey Post about maximizing content marketing.
Corey is the founder of Agile Leverage, a firm that helps small to medium sized businesses dominate their market through engaging content. Corey has an illustrative career spanning all the way back to AOL in the early 90s and Legal Zoom in the 2000s to now owning and operating Agile Leverage.
Corey has spoken at SES Chicago and Internet Summit among other conferences. And he’s written for KISSmetrics, AWeber, and FeedFront Magazine.
Mr Content Marketing, Joe Pulizzi, guests the show this week to talk about Content Marketing.
Joe's recent book, Epic Content Marketing, is probably the best business book I've read since Seth Godin's Purple Cow so if you don't know it already, go check it out!
Listen is as Andy and Maria Awes discuss the importance of production value in creating top-tier content marketing events.
Learn more about ion Leap's video content marketing approach here - http://www.ionleap.com/agency-services/content-marketing-videos/
I first met Andy and Maria on a production for the History Channel's H2 called Holy Grial in North America. I was blown away by how many takes they shot of each scene, plus how much B-roll footage they created. When the episode aired, I understood their approach. It was mesmerizing - an editor's dream project.
We will discuss how to manage a large-scale project from conception to editing. And not just to manage it, but to make sure that every step of the way is produced perfectly and leads to your company getting return on investement for your content marketing investment.
Every Company is a Publishing Company
No matter what product or service your company produces, you undoubtedly also produce a lot of written materials.
The quality of your sales “slicks,” user guides, brochures, instructions, warrantees, and training materials may very well be the factor that differentiates your product from others on the market.
People buy solutions, not products.
The old saying is that you buy a drill because you need the holes, not because you care about the specific features of the drill. All you care about is “will it serve my purpose?”
You also need to create new material on a continuous basis.
You need reasons to call customers to ask for their continued business.
You need reasons to contact new customers who may not know about you (by positioning your product to a slightly different market with an article or tutorial.)
You need reasons for the search engines to continue to index your site.
You need reasons to build relationships with more than one person at your client’s company – people move around, and if your “advocate” isn’t there when it comes time to make another purchase, they may not remember why they bought from you rather than your competitors.
You need reasons to keep the attention of your old customers so that they buy from you over and over again.
People want to buy from experts. And educated customers make better buying decisions.
So, we create articles, press releases, tutorials, videos, Facebook posts, LinkedIn updates, Twitter tweets, and so on.
Welcome to ion Leap Radio.
It's July 19th and this is a recap of the most interesting content marketing news from all over the Internet.
Print Continues Its Slow Decline - National Journal will soon suspend their weekly print magazine.
Selligent Will Rock U.S. OminChannel Marketing - They're huge in Europe and I predict even more success in the U.S.
B2B gets serious about OmniChannel Marketing - DemandBase just got an infusion of $30,000,000. You might not know what OminChannel is, but you will very soon.
Learn to be better storytellers - Forbes posted a great article called, “Your Survival Guide to the Marketing Revolution.” The key? Better story telling.
Yes, People Do Read Long Form Content - Take a lesson from WaitButWhy.com and tell better, longer stories. Don't believe me? Check out their social shares.
ion Leap is a New Jersey based content marketing service who invents social media content marketing strategies. Inbound marketing content ideas bring traffic to your website. Learn more about us here.
Whether it's blogs, white papers or YouTube videos, original content is a crucial component of every small business marketing strategy and this month's guest on The Marketing Mojo Show will help listeners with a key component of this content marketing - the blog. Kristi Hines is a professional blogger and social media strategist and she will provide insider insight to help listeners set up, sustain and succeed with their small business blog.
Why should you blog? Is Wordpress the way to go? What are the must-have plug-ins? Where can you to find inspiration for blog posts? If you find yourself asking these questions, you won't want to miss Kristi Hines' visit to The Marketing Mojo Show.
Deb Evans, President Franchise Foundry and Jack Monson, Global Director of Manalto are joined by Paul Segreto, host of Franchise Today to discuss how content marketing enhances franchise brands if done correctly.
Follow Deb, Jack and Paul on Twitter.