This week in content marketing, we reveal which words earn eye rolls from journalists, explore new event-promotion features on LinkedIn, and get inspired by a brand that has created a whole new (virtual) world.
Gillette Venus tries to destigmatize pubic hair. A new digital series from L’Oréal Professionnel aims to outdo traditional product marketing. Constant Contact reveals eye-opening email response-rate data. Take a closer look at what you can learn from these examples.
More graduation celebrations may happen in person this year. But that doesn’t mean brands have to drop their online celebrations. Here’s how brands are keeping the virtual party going for their Gen Z audiences.
Visualizing data is a great way for brands to get attention and earn credibility. They can transform your original surveys, user data, or third-party stats into something your audience wants to read.
Blogs, social media, and websites, oh my. The appetite for visual content seems insatiable – and graphic designers aren’t always available to help. This intro to the design principles of white space, typography, and color will help you make the most of your DIY designs.
Your B2B audiences want to solve a problem or learn something new without feeling like they are studying for a Ph.D. And yet, boring, academic-like content pervades. It’s time to rethink that.
Visuals attract viewers to your content as the research shows. But how do you know which format to pick or how to use it? Read on for nine illustrative examples.
How do you create the best videos for success on social? Let’s walk through five choices.
Compel your audience to convert with these five tips to create more engaging content, from headlines to CTAs.
Emotion can be an incredibly powerful engagement tactic when used artfully. Let’s explore the science of emotion and how you can use it in an empathetic way to create more meaningful content.
Visual storytelling brings ideas and personalities to life, while illuminating brand purpose. Here are nine tips from CMI’s Visual Storytelling Summit to help you tell better stories now (and free access to watch all the sessions).
You don’t need the deepest pockets to create strong visual content. Follow this advice that covers three budget levels from low to high – $5,000 or less; $5,001 to $29,999, and $30,000-plus.