It can be difficult and expensive to create content in multiple languages, but there are ways to ramp up the process in a cost-effective manner and it can open up an enormous untapped market for your organization. Find out how to create content that speaks volumes in multiple languages.
Because we’re human, verbal explanations crafted by our mind often don’t reflect what we really think or want. We think we’re telling the truth, but it’s our actions and habits that truly reflect our beliefs, wants, and values. Find out how user experience research can help focus your content planning efforts to uncover and meet the hidden needs of your audience.
There’s tremendous opportunity for brands to reach consumers who used to be unreachable because of differences in geography and language, but there’s more to it than just having your content translated. Find out how to prepare your content marketing to reach a global audience.
In this week’s PNR Podcast, Robert and Joe talk about Contently’s quest to become “the plumbing” for content marketing, ponder the beyond-the-grave implications of content, and rant about the ongoing confusion between content marketing and content strategy, before jogging your memories of a marketing-driven trend from Nike in the This Old Marketing example of the week.
Just about anyone can create a video these days, but coming up with a compelling, worthwhile video is another story. Find out how a content strategy can help you create video content that’s worth watching.
Content Marketing Institute’s many contributors have offered a diverse range of ideas, tools, and guiding principles on how best to handle web content, including tips on how to achieve better conversions. Get 4 ways to improve your web content strategy for better results.
The idea of “silos” in business has been much maligned for years. But find out how carefully organized and coordinated vertical silos can lead to better content marketing strategies and move the industry forward.
Wondering what Google’s latest algorithm update means for your business? The answer depends on what your current strategies and tactics are. In general, make sure you adopt these 3 content strategy commandments for Google Hummingbird success.
Find out more about how content strategy and content marketing are separate, but connected. The two are related, and there’s often significant overlap, but as we begin budgeting and planning for 2014, it’s well worth outlining where the differences lie, so that we can resource our strategies effectively.
Local businesses often find themselves in an increasingly competitive SEO landscape. To compete online with local franchises and offices of national chains/brands make sure your content is tailored to impact local search engine results and nurture a local audience. Use these 8 tips to better position your blog content for local search.