The creator economy is here to stay. Over the last 10 years, millions of people have embraced their creative abilities to find new ways to make money — not just by making videos, writing blogs, or recording podcasts, but by creating deep connections with other people through the convergence of technology and art.
More than ever, marketers need to rely on engaging consumers with helpful information and helping customers achieve success. Modern consumers do not want to be inundated with troves of information to which they cannot relate. They want to come across information and products that are useful to them when and where they need them most.
When digital marketers think of content, they may think of Google Posts, basic SEO material, or thought leadership posts. But as e-commerce thrives, the most fundamental content to upgrade may be what digital marketing firm Jellyfish is calling “performance content.”
With so many hours in the day, people are getting screened out. That’s why audio is coming back with a vengeance.
First impressions are key, and it’s imperative that as soon as the lead is ready to buy, your brand is the first on their mind.
Doing this requires you to understand your leads and deliver a message that appeals to their needs while portraying your brand in the best possible way. This is a big challenge because you want to promote your brand without going overkill and scaring leads away.
Here are three steps for attracting higher-quality leads at your next event.
Video is already an effective and established form of content for consumer-facing brands. But as a content format, it has undergone dramatic developments in recent years, changes that look set to continue in 2020. The new year will feature more personalized videos, long-form experimentation, 360-degree footage, and shoppable images.
Read on to learn more about the video trends for 2020 your brand needs to know.
In 2020, we can only expect the competition for the attention of Internet audiences to become even more intense. More and more businesses appear each day, all raring to get to the top of the search results.
Add to that the fact that search engines, Google in particular, will continue to make changes to their algorithms in the coming year. SEOs must be on their toes to stay on top of the latest SEO trends. Here are some of the changes, which include the further ascendance of video, voice, and mobile as well as premiums on longer content and possible openings for non-Google search engines.
We’ve been hearing a lot about “retailpocolypse,” which raises the question of what 2019 has in store for retail (excuse the pun). This question threaded the many topics we batted around with Perch Interactive CEO Trevor Sumner on the latest episode of Street Fight’s Heard on the Street podcast.
What are the latest developments in location-based advertising and marketing for large national brands? This question anchored the many topics we batted around with Location3 chairman Andrew Beckman on the latest episode of Street Fight’s Heard on the Street podcast.
How do you create content that will help you attract new customers, establish long-term relationships with your existing customers, and reach your business goals? Here are six practical recommendations on how to make your content marketing work.