If a brand forces its taste in visual content, will the audience follow? New research reveals that and more about what marketers think about visual social media content.
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 give thanks for great content marketing. Savor these examples from AT&T, Anheuser-Busch, Pepsi, Captain Morgan, and more. They can help your brand do and be better for your audiences.
Was that post from a CEO crying as he talked about laying off employees too personal for a platform like LinkedIn? Use that incident to trigger a conversation about who you want to be and what you want to post on the platform.
Should you create content for TikTok? Only your audience can tell you. But experts (mostly) agree on this: Don’t ignore the short-form video giant if you want to stay relevant. Try this advice and stop dancing around the TikTok question.
Simply showing up on social isn’t enough anymore. You need to engage on the right channels with the right content delivered the way your audience likes to engage. Try these expert tips to update and refine your social media strategy.
Doing the same things again and again while expecting different results never leads anywhere good. So, stop creating and promoting videos the way you’ve been doing it and start trying out these expert principles for video marketing growth.
A lot of B2B marketing happens on LinkedIn. A presence on the platform isn’t enough. It’s about optimizing your brand’s presence, from the page to organic content and paid opportunities. Here’s how to do that.
People buy from people, not companies. That’s why employee advocacy on LinkedIn can be a powerful and effective form of marketing.
Stop creating one-star social ads for your five-star content promotions. Check out these tips with examples from brands that know how to do it.
Thoughtful distribution gives your content its best chance of achieving success. But how do you know which channels and platforms to use? Follow this guide to ensure your choices align with your marketing goals and audience needs.
Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover feels like an opportune moment to reflect on this content marketing advice: Don’t build your home on rented land. But that phrase might not mean what you think it means for your content program.