There is no doubt that LinkedIn is the most successful social media channel for B2B marketing. Whether it’s used for content marketing, recruitment or account-based marketing, the opportunities stretch far and wide.
In this three-part blog series, I will cover how to make the most of your LinkedIn company page analytics, best practices for distributing content on LinkedIn and how to use LinkedIn when B2B events or shows are cancelled. This blog post is the first of three and delves deep into LinkedIn analytics.
When asked by a client to repurpose a press release to an article recently, I tackled the task head-on and produced not one, but two brand-spanking-new pieces of landing page content. With a bit of creativity and stakeholder input, you can take content production out of the “too hard” basket.
In the agency world, copywriting is a form of creative expression. Yet some haunting memories of your English teacher shoving grammar rules down your throat may bring your creativity to a grinding halt. How important is it to pay respect to some long-standing grammar rules that dare I say, no longer have a place in this modern world? In this article, I banish five grammar myths to help ease you into copywriting bliss.
Promoting your B2B brand, its products and services is an essential part of successfully marketing yourself. But it can be tricky to navigate the multiple media types and with a lot of marketing jargon flying around.
What is the difference between paid, earned, owned, shared media? And what is gated and non-gated content? Here is a quick overview of how you can use these four media types to enhance your content marketing strategy.
If saving time and money is high on your agenda, then giving your agency a good briefing is essential. With everyone pressed for time, it’s something we are all getting poorer at. It’s time to rein it in, though. Why should you invest time in getting the brief right?
Public service announcement: this serves as
a gentle reminder for why you set about adopting thought leadership in the
If you work in a B2B company and haven’t
yet implemented a content marketing strategy with a thought leadership
undertone, then you are way behind. While not a novel concept (it
came to a head around eight years ago), not all B2B companies have adopted
the approach. On the other hand, some have been doing it for years.
For old time’s sake, let’s revisit the definition of thought leadership:
Technical content writing is not for the faint-hearted. You need to be prepared for a wild adventure, step into the unknown and embrace a broad approach. What makes a good technical content writer and how can you ensure that your content is maximizing your return on investment?
Today, we’re inundated with sustainability propaganda in a climate where more companies are turning to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reports to make their statements – but is it all just greenwashing? The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) sustainability reporting standards is one way to gain credibility.
It’s nearing the end of February and that new year resolution to get fit is starting to fizzle. But the year is still young and it’s not too late to start planning your next content marketing move. Here are six handy tips to help flex your content marketing muscles.
For today’s B2B brands, there is a key element to help you forge strong connections with your customers. Humans.