A popular brand-funded magazine gets cut. An email error creates an accidental community. And marketers fear they’ve maxed out their audience’s digital attention spans. But the lessons to take from these examples might surprise you.
Bob Ross is back thanks to Mountain Dew. Plus, Twitter Marketing pits brand against brand – and marketers learn how shipping containers can predict business health.
This week, Burger King UK gets a lesson in context. A new resource shows marketers their path along the social media maturity roadmap. And an at-a-glance flow chart reveals just how many steps go into producing high-performing content.
Look beyond your content team for inspiration. Involve your at-home co-workers, viewers, and customers in your content creation and delivery to up the fun factor for everyone. These brand examples show how it’s done.
Content shouldn’t put your audience to sleep – unless you’re trying to help them sleep better. That’s just one of the lessons to take away from this week’s roundup of cool, creative, and copyright-killed content examples.
The best content experiences put audiences front and center – and even at the controls. Get the inside scoop on three out-of-this-world examples that let audiences star in, design, or direct the action.
The Super Bowl may be over, but the content marketing lessons learned there play on. This week we’re celebrating examples that show brands are finally catching on to what content marketing is (and isn’t) all about.
You don’t need a massive budget to score big with fans – but you do need creative ideas. This week, we’re celebrating brands’ Super Bowl tweets, a hot pasta playlist, and a clever contest offering one NASCAR fan a dream job.
Brands are turning up the volume this week. A new TikTok video celebrates the #SeaShanty trend, Mastercard amps up its sonic brand identity, and a video book review tells a charmingly experimental tale.
A powerful campaign to promote COVID-19 vaccines taps into the emotional power of authenticity – while Budweiser’s (nonexistent) Super Bowl ad teaches an important lesson about content spend.
Don’t hide your content behind a bland headline. This week in content marketing, we share an example to prove the rule, plus new research into the search performance of marketing terms and a sweet ( but overlooked) content opportunity.
This week in content marketing, Nickelodeon and the NFL team up to recruit a new audience, a public sewer agency makes each employee feel like No. 1, and a popular email newsletter spills into new channels.