Hvordan brænder du igennem med dit budskab på video? Jeg har lavet knap 50 YouTube videoer og ser selvfølgelig tit videoer på nettet. Jeg har desværre set mange gode budskaber, som ikke kom ud til tilhørerne fordi direktøren, lederen eller sælgeren ikke formåede at brænde igennem.
Her er min guide til, hvordan du kommer til at brænde igennem på video.
Det kræver tid og ressourcer at holde trit med markedets krav om aktuelt, originalt og genialt content, der rammer målgruppen præcist. Men eksisterende content er heldigvis en guldgrube for virksomheder, der giver sig i kast med content marketing. Man kan spare tid på content marketing ved at benytte sig af content recycling, og samtidig generere flere leads, øge sit salg og skabe loyale kunder.Read on →
Just under 2 years ago, tech start-up Procurify convinced billionaire investor Mark Cuban to give them a shot. It's paid off. Today, Procurify has clients in over 40 countries and they accomplished this without much of a marketing budget. Marketing VP Matt Lim discusses the benefits of financial limitations.Read on →
The future of marketing will be driven by data. This was the rather surprising result of our interviews with the heads of marketing at Maersk Line, Carlsberg Danmark and Secunia. Having expected our interviewees to talk about marketing automation, analysis, business intelligence or social media, their strong focus on data astounded us. Find out which skills they believe that marketing professionals of the future need to have, and get three important take-aways that will help any marketing professional.Read on →
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A high-frequency output of relevant, original content can have a measurable impact. Using real life examples, this article discusses how producing one’s own content can affect SEO and what the consequences can be of stopping.
Brands and companies are constantly publishing content to an increasing number of channels. Many of those are digital, placing new demands on corporate communication toolboxes. Strong sound identities are expected to become significant competitive parameters in the communication of the future.Read on →
Mobile users spend 86% of their time in apps, not browsers, according to Nielsen. Marketers have wisely jumped on the bandwagon. A total of 47% of marketers have already developed an app, and 65% are investing in them now.
The problem is most marketers are going about apps all wrong. Here's why.
When my colleagues, Derek Edmond and Casie Gillette at KoMarketing Associates, and I first viewed responses from our inaugural 2014 B2B Web Usability Report, we weren’t surprised by some of the results. For example, we already knew and were advocating to our respective clients that B2B buyers need marketing collateral in order to make purchase decisions. And, it wasn’t a shocker that buyers don’t like filling out forms that require them to hand over lots of information.Read on →
If you’re a company looking to use social media and content in innovative ways, ask a teenager.
And not because you want to market to teens (although you might), but because teenage behavior online draws a kind of road map to where marketing is going.
I’ve just returned from an 8-day trip to Europe, the last few days of which I spent in Denmark, where I spoke at the country’s first-ever content marketing conference. I felt warmly welcomed there—in part because I spent time with some truly warm and wonderful people. (That’s always the key to a great trip, isn’t it?) But I also felt welcomed for business reasons: The business culture seems so ideally suited to embracing content as a cornerstone of marketing, and I came away from both the event and the country feeling like there was a kind of perfect content marketing storm brewing there.Read on →
When I started my marketing career, I had the privilege of working with 20 of the top 100 blogs, according to Technorati. My job was to help them grow their traffic… and most would say I was wildly successful at it.
For example, I was able to grow TechCrunch’s traffic by 30%, and I was able to grow Gawker Media’s traffic by an extra 5 million visitors a month.
Although what I did may seem impressive… it really isn’t. All I did was tweak a few on-page elements, leverage social media and cross-link to grow my clients’ search engine traffic.
Websites are no longer just about expressing your message. They need to be designed to draw in visitors. And how do you do that? By first creating awesome, sharable content, and then getting people to share them. Here, having a contemporary, smartly designed website is not merely an advantage, it is mandatory. What’s more, with the rules of the game changing by the minute, what worked in 2013 will not be as successful in 2014.Read on →
There are LOTS of people out there that don’t understand what SEO is and how you do it. I wish I had a dollar for every time I was told to go do my “SEO magic” by a client. These same people are hungry to see results to make sure that you are actually doing work that you were paid for. This makes showing progress and improvements to the client very important. Trust me, clients are not going to keep send you checks if you can’t show how your efforts are improving their site.Read on →
You’ve probably heard of Red Bull. But have you heard of Red Bull Media House? Thanks to an audacious programming coup last October, you probably have. (And if you haven’t, you certainly will…)Read on →
Say content marketing, and most thoughts go straight to company blogs, social media marketing or web content. But there’s lot to learn from an early and extremely successful example of content marketing, the Michelin guide. MARKET asked Carl Stenson, Head of Communications at Michelin Nordic, to fill us in on how you build content on something exciting outside the actual product to market it – completely without talking about the less exciting product. Which in this case is something as unsexy as car tyres.Read on →
- I think we are seeing a revolution in marketing, where marketing departments are starting to look like publishing organizations. There is really only one difference between a publisher and traditional business and that is how the money comes in, says the content marketing evangelist Joe Pulizzi in this interview with MarketMagazineRead on →
Content marketing is a strong candidate to buzzword of the year in 2013. But why is this term on the lips of every marketeer and communicator, and what hides behind all the talking? Here’s a snapshot of where content marketing is today, and why it isn’t just a trend that will be gone tomorrow.Read on →
- You can create and distribute all kinds of media: text, photos, illustrations, video, and voice, for free. Your target audience can find it, share it with each other and discuss it. You can track all of the activity. That’s content marketing, says Andreas Ramos when MarketMagazine talked to him in Silicon Valley.Read on →
You can no longer interrupt your customers with sales messages or mediocre content they don’t care about. You need to create content they actually want to engage in. But how do you do that? MARKET has asked Joe Pulizzi, one of the world’s leading experts on content marketing. And his points are clear. Stop talking so much about your products and services and create consistently, sharable content instead.Read on →
Danish companies are increasingly getting the taste for content marketing. According to recent research from the content agency Brand Movers nearly one third of the Danish marketing budgets are spend on content marketing, and the number is increasing over the next 12 months.Read on →