Innovative Ways To Use Content Marketing Techniques To Earn Quality Organic Backlinks
Innovative Ways To Use Content Marketing Techniques To Earn Quality Organic Backlinks
Content marketing helps brands to get their message out there, while at the same time improving SEO and growing its digital presence. When considering SEO and how their content marketing efforts can benefit their website’s rankings, many content marketers focus on backlinks and link building. Read more
Yorkshire Content Marketing Agency Vs Lancashire Content Marketing Agency?
Ey up! Are tha looking fur a proper Yorkshire content marketing agency? Or do you need a Lanky speaking agency? Of course, it shouldn’t matter where your content marketing agency is based – a good content creator can write in any style, dialect, or tone of voice. As a content marketing agency with offices in Yorkshire and Lancashire – both with ‘native’ speakers and a wealth of knowledge about their areas, it’s only natural we have wondered ourselves; is there a difference between our content writers between the offices? If so, is it of any benefit? And, seen as we’re a ‘northern’ content marketing agency collectively, how do we hold up against the boyos from down south? Read more
Tech Giants Are Monopsonies So Stop Treating Them Like Monopolies
Tech Giants Are Monopsonies So Stop Treating Them Like Monopolies
Over the last hundred years, politicians have been wading into economics and breaking up businesses that have become too big – by becoming monopolies – and lots of laws, regulations and policies have been devised around this. But we’ve entered a new era and in that era, the popular board game we all play once every couple of years wouldn’t be called Monolopy, it would be called Monopsony. Read more
Should You Be Part Of The Brand Police Or A Brand Guardian?
Should You Be Part Of The Brand Police Or A Brand Guardian?
I’ve been working in marketing for the best part of two decades. For much of that time, I would tell you I knew best in regards to the look/feel and tone of those brands. When it came to it, I wrote the creative briefs, I brought in the designers, agencies, freelancers etc. For most things, I signed off everything that could affect a brand, before it got to a director, for final sign-off. I was the Brand Police. I’d have signed off – or at least ensure sign off on what I wanted – on everything from the colours in the brand pallet, to the tone of voice of the copy, to the images we used in the advertising. I’d even do training with the sales team and customer services team to teach them how to speak in the brand’s unique character. And there’s nothing a sales team hates more than being told how to speak to a customer by a marketer, who never picks up a phone to speak to a customer! Around five years ago all that changed. It was around that time that I started to see myself as the Brand Guardian. Read more
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