If you want to tap into video content, how-to videos are probably your best bet. How-to searches on YouTube are growing 70% year over year. And videos rank incredibly well in Google search results. Here’s a toolbox to get started.
If you don’t invest in the ideation stage, your content is likely to fail. We might be rushed, unsure of objectives, or confused about what the audience wants. Here are tips to come up with ideas for content you can tick off as successes.
Instead of battling your writer’s block by publishing less, combat it by using these six valuable inspiration sources that will help you deliver relevant content to your audience.
Are you feeling in a rut with your marketing? Or are you looking to be energized? Turn to these 23 quotes – from inside and outside our industry – for an injection of inspiration. Think differently, do less, and find space to create.
Our own little content marketing industrial revolution is happening. We’ve moved the content creation process from the craft workshop to the high-volume assembly line. But we shouldn’t be treating content like a Ford Focus.
If you want to measure the impact of your content marketing on brand awareness, first think about the type of content. Next, think about the most helpful metrics and tools – start with these four measurement areas
If you’re not as victorious as you’d like with your content marketing efforts – or you’re struggling to distinguish if you’re even working on the right content or not – it could come down to these five simple prioritization problems.
In all honesty, do you fact-check your content? Or do you think you don’t have the time or resources to do it? That risky behavior must end or you could face big short- and long-term problems. Here’s a checklist and resources to help.
If you want your content team to produce more original content without expanding your numbers, you need to give them the time and headspace for creativity and innovation. Here are six unexpected ways to help your team do just that.