Tag: Content Marketing

How Social Media Influencers Do Content Marketing

February 10th, 2016   •   no comments   

How Social Media Influencers use Content in Marketing

Do you recognise these social media influencers? (Courtesy of Economic Times India)

How do bloggers, YouTubers, Instagrammers and other social influencers use content to market themselves? Are there any useful lessons which we can learn?

Avid producers of social media content, influencers often deploy their skills in writing, photography, videography and design to grow an audience. Honing their talents over time, they know how to push the right content buttons to grow their fan base.
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10 Reasons Why Your Content Marketing Sucks

February 4th, 2016   •   no comments   

10 Reasons Why Your Content Marketing Sucks

You invested considerable time, money and effort into building up your content factory.

You hired the best writers this side of the universe, employed the most talented designers, and have scripted a few “killer” marketing videos.
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Content Marketing 101: Why Context is the New King

January 21st, 2016   •   1 comment   

Content Marketing Gary Vaynerchuk quote

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Gary Vaynerchuk once famously said that “If Content is King, then Context is God.”

Indeed in the world of content and social media marketing, context matters a whole lot. The best content in the world would fail miserably if it is crafted and disseminated without any consideration of the context surrounding it.
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9 Digital Marketing Strategies for 2016

January 1st, 2016   •   1 comment   

9 Digital Marketing Strategies for 2016

Today is the first day in the year 2016.

As you start to plan your marketing strategies for the year ahead, it would be useful to consider some of the positive moves which you can make to improve how you grow your influence and reach customers online.
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Inbound Marketing in Asia – Key Trends for 2015

December 10th, 2015   •   1 comment   

HubSpot State of Inbound Asia 2015

Inbound marketing is rocking the socks of Asian marketers. Well, at least according to HubSpot’s latest State of Inbound Survey focusing on Asia.

Apparently, 3 out of 4 marketers in Asia prefer inbound to outbound approaches in marketing. Moreover small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) prefer inbound over outbound.
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Content Marketing for Food and Beverage Businesses

November 29th, 2015   •   1 comment   

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Food porn at its best (courtesy of Magnolia Pictures)

We love delicious and great tasting food. We love chatting about our latest dining escapades on social media.

If you are Asian, you probably enjoy taking and sharing photos and videos of your food on social networks. You probably also love consuming food related content – recipes, new dishes, menus, the list goes on.
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LinkedIn Marketing Tips to Boost Your Career

November 20th, 2015   •   no comments   

LinkedIn Marketing Tips to Boost Your Career

Do you have an account on LinkedIn? If so, how are you using it to secure good clients or plum job offers?

Celebrating its 12th year, LinkedIn is the most important professional network for individuals and businesses. Unfortunately, many still treat LinkedIn as an electronic rolodex.

Failing to recognise the full potential of the social network, you literally leave career and growth opportunities on the table.

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Content Marketing Strategies of Microbes

November 15th, 2015   •   18 comments   

War of the Worlds Comic

Be like the bacteria which killed these obnoxious aliens! (source)

Have you read “The War of the Worlds” by H.G. Wells?

If you did, you would know that it wasn’t humans with all our military might which decimated the seemingly omnipotent aliens. Our puny bombs and bullets were pathetic against the phasers of a superior alien being.

Rather, what swung the odds in our favour were the humble bacteria and viruses which overcame the fragile immune systems of these foreign invaders.

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The 80/20 Rule in Content Marketing

November 10th, 2015   •   3 comments   

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Courtesy of evolving SEO

Have you heard of the 80/20 rule?

Known as the Pareto principle, the 80/20 rule is also known as the law of the vital few. First conceived by management consultant Joseph M Juran, it is attributed to 19th century Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto. The 80/20 rule essentially states that “80% of the effects came from 20% of the causes”.
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7 Ways to Succeed in Native Advertising

October 26th, 2015   •   no comments   

7 Ways to Succeed with Native Advertising

Have you started “going native” in your marketing strategy? If you haven’t, its high time you do.

Traditionally known as advertorials or sponsored content, native advertising is a form of online advertising where the content matches the form and function of the channel in which it appears. These ads can either by created by the advertising company, an agency, or the media owner. 
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