Developing content requires you to think about the audience. You use demographic data. But have you considered the personality of your audience? Here's how exploring personality types can enhance your marketing strategy.
If you want to develop and keep your customer and audience relationships in 2024, you will need to strengthen those bonds. Here’s why that’s marketing’s new mandate – and how to make it happen.
Modern marketing teams recognize the value of building an audience. But what does that really mean? Haven’t content marketers already been doing that? Well, not always, because too many treat a marketing database as an audience.
What does it mean to build a truly audience-centric content strategy? For the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, it meant rethinking everything (in pursuit of a noble ultimate goal). Learn how they did it in this excerpt from Robert Rose’s new book.
A failed attempt to find buyer intent prompted an unexpected lesson in how to use LinkedIn profiles. They provide a wealth of details to inform helpful personas and create more effective content marketing.
The days of the basic marketing funnel are over. Adding an overlay of empathy lets you walk with your prospects on their never-quite-linear journey. And that’s when you’ll start seeing real, long-term relationships.
Threads owes its phenomenal success to the magic of an engaged, owned, and subscribed audience. It’s a play many successful content marketers have used, too. Robert Rose explains why you should tap into that superpower to launch new content.
How did Threads get to 100-plus million users this past week? It started with Instagram’s 2-plus billion. Despite those mammoth numbers, Threads debut can teach every content marketer a practical lesson.
With the economy in flux, the only certainty is uncertainty. As your audience reacts to the ups and downs, you must evolve your content strategy to deliver what they need now. Use this advice to help figure out how.
Even though third-party data crumbs still leave trails to follow, Google expects – and experiments – for a cookie-less future. Should you adjust your content marketing to their findings, or should you do something else?
For a Better Customer Experience, Make Your Buying Process Less Efficient (Yes, Really) [Rose-Colored Glasses]
Over the last two decades, marketers have worked hard to reduce or remove friction in the buying process. But what if that’s a mistake? A recent delivery from Domino’s prompts Robert Rose to explain why.
New research from Gartner indicates marketers should focus less on policies around taking first-party data and more on the experience and value they provide in exchange for that data. Robert Rose explains.