Stories By Ann Gynn
How you engage with your audience’s positive and negative feedback can make a difference in how people feel and think about your brand. That’s why you need to craft a feedback engagement strategy.
Over half of marketers say they need more budget to get better-than-average results from their video content. But that financial boost may not be necessary with these tips to shoot quality video from a mobile phone.
Stop asking questions when you interview content marketing candidates. Yes, that’s right. Kick the Q-and-Q format to the curb. Instead, try this technique to better assess your next content marketing team member.
Many brands will run content “jokes” on April Fools’ Day. But foolish content knows no time of year. We looked at content from six brands to see who’s fooling around (and who isn’t). Do you agree?
Almost everybody loves best practices. But too many equate “best” with “infallible” or “in every circumstance.” Have you ever fallen into one of these five best practice traps in content marketing?
A content writer ends her 10-year relationship with HARO, once her go-to for sources. Her experience offers a lesson in vetting and verifying for all content marketers.
Unexpected bad news may not directly affect your brand, but it may affect your audience. That means you need to evaluate critically – and consider adjusting – your content marketing calendar. Here’s a quiz to assess the situation.
Now that Twitter’s “new normal” has taken hold, brand reaction is evolving. To what degree? Marketers share what they’re doing (and not doing) – and they don’t all agree.
We asked ChatGPT some hard questions about content marketing. And the AI text-creation tool didn’t disappoint. Read on to see what it had to say (and what we said behind its back.)
Mentoring has short- and long-term benefits for both mentors and mentees. Learn why from both perspectives and how to foster a positive professional mentorship in your own life.
Traditional ROI formulas don’t always work to show content’s real value to the business. But you’re not off the hook for proving results. Try these ideas to describe your program’s value in the language of business – or decide you need to realign your goals.
When someone asks you to define content marketing, forgo the official definition in favor of these explanatory examples. They’re tailored to the inquisitor whether that be a partner, teen, senior, business associate, or social guest.