Love them or loathe them, social media influencers are making waves online.
From bloggers to Instagram fashionistas, YouTube influencers to LinkedIn storytellers, influencers are changing the social media landscape.
Wish to generate more valuable search traffic to your blog articles? Start by changing the way you think about blogs.
In the old days, blogs were idiosyncratic online diaries written by bloggers. They contained the personal thoughts and reflections of individuals who wished to express their views of the world, or documented how they lived their lives.
This is probably the best content marketing strategy I’ve ever come across.
And I certainly do know truckloads of them. After all, I’ve spent over 15 years blogging about business, run a content and social media marketing agency, and trained over 3,000 students in 160 workshops and classes in digital and non digital marketing.
The incredible leaps that we have been experiencing in various applications of machine learning and AI over the last couple of years have also started to seep in content writing.
This is not surprising considering that natural language processing has been one of the main focuses of contemporary AI research (the other being image recognition).
Nobody likes crises. They suck big time—our health, our jobs, our businesses, our finances, and maybe even our very lives are affected.
From global pandemics like COVID-19 (aka the novel Coronavirus), terrorist bombings, environmental disasters, to financial downturns, crises are Black Swan events (ie “unknown unknowns”) that are both unpredictable AND disastrous. Unfortunately, such catastrophic events are likely to be more common in our VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous) world.
Give yourself a kick if you are in professional services yet ignoring content marketing.
Almost any professional service provider can benefit from online content – lawyers, coaches, trainers, accountants, financial advisers, advertising agencies, PR agencies, architects, marketing and management consultants.