Does your company or business have a dedicated blog of its own? Do you update the blog regularly with fresh and intriguing content? With the increasing importance being given to blogs, as depicted in this video, it is extremely important for your business to have a well updated and informative blog. Blogging has become one of the most reliable and widely accessed sources of information, and as such, it has become one of the best ways for your company to gain recognition. However, as the popularity and significance of blogging increases, the value of having engaging, interesting and accurate information increases as well.
Miley Cyrus has been under the spotlight for quite a while now. More so in the recent past. The 21 year old star has been in the new for reasons both good and bad. Unfortunately, her latest trend seems to be to grab attention on social media and networking sites like Twitter. Each public event or award ceremony seems to show a more rebellious character in her than the previous one.
After the advent and undeniable popularity of social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, the next paradigm shift in content marketing will take place once Google Glass is launched to the general public.
Companies are already supporting their online marketing goals by following common content marketing best practices. But Google Glass is set to change all that. The way content is created and marketed will be much different when Google Glasses go mainstream.
The Facebook Home lock screen has opened up new content to Android beta testers. The Facebook Home software allows Android users to bring content and updates directly to their lock screen. Users can now access third-party applications on the lock screen without unlocking their phones. This means Pinterest, Flickr, Tumblr and Instagram posts and photos can be viewed and Liked. However, Facebook hasn't indicated if it will make other apps like Twitter available in the future.
The competition for biggest social media goof ups is tougher than you'd expect! At this point, picking the most successful campaigns would have been easier than picking out the worst failures. Who'd have known there would be so many gems of social media gaffes, right?
Leading copywriter and coach John Carlton believes that content created by copywriters should be able to grab the readers’ attention and move them to action. In relation to the different ways of creating attention-grabbing copies, John discussed the art of writing great headlines at a recent seminar.
It was a truly OMG moment when some of our favorite celebrities took to blogging and social networking. Now that we have a sneak peek into their utopian lives, we need more than just twenty four hours a day to quench our thirst for fashion and the high life.
Popular freelance designer Jacob Cass shared his insights on the usefulness of a personal brand at a TED event in April 2012. Originally from Australia, Jacob found himself without a job several times and each time his personal foundation and social network helped him get out of the crisis situation.
The story of content marketing began early in the 18th century when John Deere launched the first ever customer magazine known as the furrow. Although the cave man started it all way back in the stone age with cave paintings it was Mr. Deere that got a 1.5 million subscriptions in over 40 different countries with The Furrow being published in 12 languages and so began the era of marketing with magazines.
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, you just can’t ignore them. If the massive popularity of Keeping Up With the Kardashians wasn’t enough, the feisty family also has an enviable presence on social media. And they’re grateful for the role that new media has played in keeping them firmly in the spotlight, a fact they admitted to at NBCU’s Power of the Purse event. To get a perspective, consider that Kim Kardashian has over 18 million followers, while her sister Khloe and mum Kris have around 8 million and 3 million followers respectively.
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