The internet has changed everything. There is not a business or industry today that has not been impacted by a disruption caused by the internet. The internet allows us to do things we have never been able to do before. At Marketing CoPilot we have been studying the patterns of content and content marketing that have slowly started to build since Google changed their algorithms roughly 24 months ago to act in favour of the human being – not the machine – with respect to search engine rankings. Discover what the real problem with the internet is for businesses.
Now that you have raised your hand, the company in question starts emailing and calling you once a month. Even though you are polite in the beginning, you make it very clear with the company that you are not interested. They keep calling and suggest a revised calling schedule of every quarter. You firmly tell them no but now you are on their list and they keep calling. Continue reading to understand when no means NO.
So here we are…January 2016 and I am staring at an empty sheet of paper wondering what my next series of blog posts will be for the new year. I am sure I am not alone. Most editorial calendars likely end in December to follow the calendar year. Now you are wondering what to write and where to start. So here are some B2B content marketing hacks to get you started on your content marketing plan for the new year.
As soon as December 1st arrives, I get reflective. I look back on the year and think about all of the great client projects we were grateful to be part of. This year in particular we collaborated with our clients to work on some tough assignments. With more and more channels popping up online, stiff competition for attention and a more complex level of effort to develop good content, there is no shortage of challenges. We believe that if we are tackling these challenges, you may be too so, we wanted to share our top three for 2015.
Many lawn enthusiasts will attest to the damage that moles cause. Just a series of unconnected and disruptive tunnels that leave the lawn owner feeling violated. Make it your job as a content marketer to give up mole whacking and start grub hunting. In order to leave mole whacking behind, you have to commit to a new process: One that takes time to document and understand what your buyer cares about. Here are 6 easy steps to give up mole whacking for good.
We have created this handy infographic to help you and members of your management team decide if you need content marketing for your business. Before you contact a content marketing agency or writer, or launch your next website, it’s important to ask these questions. Continue reading to download the content marketing scorecard inforgraphic.