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By now, if you've been online long enough, you've heard, Content is King. And, it is. How is your content marketing coming along?
In this episode you'll learn a few tips and tricks for effective Content Marketing. So grab a pen and paper, or your tablet and get ready to discover how you can increase your online visibility through your content.
Rendering your prospects with timely and relevant content and engaging then in a collaborative conversation about their goals, problems and/or needs will conjure a unique relationship with you and your brand. In order for your business to profitability evolve, you must strategically blend your content marketing approach into your overall business strategy. That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE.”
He is the former Vice President of Content Marketing for Eloqua and Content Marketing Institute named him the inaugural Content Marketer of the Year in 2012. He is Joe Chernov, now fulfilling the role of Vice President of Marketing for Kinvey, a mobile back-end as a service start-up out of Boston, MA. Joe joins host Pamela Muldoon on this episode of Content Marketing 360 Radio Show to discuss the evolution of content marketing and how his own professional journey has shifted along the way. He will breakdown some of the changes content marketing has experienced even in the short, few years it has developed as it’s own industry. Joe will share how he is taking his current company from a content marketing program to a content-driven marketing program and why this is so important. Learn how to better share information with your audience by including them from the very beginning of your content creation process and glean insight into how Joe is doing this in his current position at Kinvey. Always insightful, smart and reflective, Joe Chernov brings his warm, wit to our show! Content Marketing 360 Radio Show is only on Next Stage Online Radio, part of Next Stage Media Group.
Join AK Stout and Deb Evans as they interview Nicole Hudson, Inbound Lead Solutions about Social Selling with LinkedIn.
During the show they will cover:
1. What is Social Selling and Content Marketing?
2. Why is it important to your business?
3. LinkedIn vs. Other Social Media Platforms, What IS the difference?
4. What kinds of content should my company/brand be producing and why?
5. The Best tips for setting up your personal profile and company pages for success.
6. Show me the relationships! How to generate relationships in LinkedIn, not just "leads".
7. Tips, Tools & Tricks: How LinkedIn relationships become customers and sales.
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Social Geek Radio is sponsored by Deb Evans Consulting and Saying it Social
If you struggle with coming up with the RIGHT words for your newsletter, website or marketing pieces - this program is for you.
I'll be talking with Andrea Cooley, The Content Queen! And here's what she says:
"Writing is something we all learn to do in school, so we often don’t think of hiring a professional when it comes to writing about our business – we know that subject intimately.
Often when we read our own words on a page, it sounds like Chop Sticks would on a piano. A professional writer knows how to interpret your subject and then choose and combine the right words to create a beautiful melody."
Tune in to listen to how she creates beautiful melodies for people.
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Just over one year ago, Andrea Seabrook left a brilliant career as a Congressional correspondent for NPR and host of the weekend edition of All Things Considered to re-define political reporting by starting her own podcast, DecodeDC.
Rather than go hat in hand to another set of vested interests, Andrea successfully crowdfunded the venture garnering more than $100,000 by appealing to her listeners with a simple value proposition: “Washington is broken. You are not. Help DecodeDC report stories that really matter”
As a dizzying array of distributors, miners, and aggregators galvanize their resolve to commoditize content, there is a growing push back from content creators. The long held stigma of self-published books, self-released music, and independently produced film/video has all but disappeared as DIY has hit the mainstream hard.
Unlike most of the disruptions to legacy business models, this one is truly individual-centric. This has caused both traditional and VC backed organizations considerable difficulty in establishing a model to support their necessary levels of profit and growth.
Andrea joins Fred and Howard on The COIL to share insights on truly independent media, crowdfunding for change, and on being the brand.
I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human. This show airs most Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT. Keeping it Human is about human speak, not marketing speak, that gets results. We focus on great tips and fun guests without the marketing BS. If you're looking for jargon-monoxide poisoning, we happily recommend our competition.
The key to great content is having an overarching company story and story strategy. Who are you in the world? How do you make a difference in customers' lives? Your story is a strategic GPS that drives your content. Without knowing your core story - your content has no cohesive glue.
Join me Thursday, October 3rd! We'll be talking about the power of a core story and how that can drive a 'human' content strategy.
Got questions? Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org!
Have fun, learn stuff! Now with more gluten!
We’ve all heard the saying, “content is king,” and recently we’ve been hearing “conversation is king.” But what about content marketing? We’re going to explore how the use of content is changing events and how you can use it to better market your events and organization. And tune in for a showcase of the trendiest trends around in Trendspotting with correspondent Chad Kaydo.
Special Guest(s): Dan Berger, Chairman and CEO, Social Tables; Julia Damon, Marketing Communications, Social Tables
For anyone who blogs or does anything that looks like blogging, everyone knows that fabulous, sparkly, intriguing, highly valuable content is one of the most important things. The other "most important" thing is consistency. This means there's double the pressure. Provide top notch, super interesting content, and lots of it.
So, how do you keep coming up with interesting ideas for content? This is the question.
In this episode, we talk with Andre Oentoro, the creative genius and founder of Breadnbeyond and co-founder of MilkWhale. Working with companies from more than 28 countries around the world, Andre and his team produce awesome explainer videos and kick-ass infographics that enhance their clients’ Internet visibility and marketing power. Andre will give us his insight on content creation.
On today's show, we speak with Barry Feldman, owner of Feldman Creative, an online marketing and creative firm. Feldman Creative provides content marketing, copywriting, and creative direction for online marketing projects of every kind. As chief writer, Barry authors articles, eBooks, presentations and webinars on all of these topics. He is a frequent contributor to over 10 of the web's top publishers on the subject of online marketing. Barry will give us his expert insights into the rapidly emerging world of content marketing and its role in communicating the business story.
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