Posts Tagged ‘creative marketing’

6 Steps and 6 Weeks to an Effective Content Strategy: Week 4

Tuesday, May 7th, 2019

content marketing, content management, content strategy, strategic marketing, marketing strategically, strategic communicationsJazz Jones has a clear focus on her goals, objectives and her target audience. She knows who she’s attempting to influence and she’s done thorough research into their AIOs (activities, interests and opinions). Now, she’s ready for the next important step in creating a content strategy. (more…)

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6 Steps and 6 Weeks to an Effective Content Strategy: Week 3

Tuesday, April 30th, 2019

content marketing, content management, content strategy, strategic marketing, marketing strategically, strategic communicationsJazz Jones is now well underway in the development of her content marketing strategy. She has clear goals and objectives in mind, she’s identified her specific target audience and she’s ready to move on to Step 3. (more…)

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Are You Having a Tough Time Fighting for Marketing Talent?

Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

 

How quickly things change! Just a few short years ago, it seemed as if the bottom had fallen out for marketing talent-including writers, graphic designers, videographers, and more. In a declining economy, marketing budgets are often the first to feel the pain. But companies have actively looked for less expensive and more cost-effective ways to get the word out about their products and services. Additionally, Google has tinkered with its algorithms to provide SEO rewards to those who can supply rich, varied, and original content on a regular basis. And so, demand for talent has outstripped supply.

The competition for marketing talent is heating up. (more…)

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Looking for the next big marketing idea? Unless it’s tied to real, bottom-line results don’t bother!

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013

Marketers, advertisers, marketing communication strategists, copywriters, designers, videographers, etc., etc., etc., often talk about “the big idea” – and much of their time, effort and brainstorming activities are directed at identifying that “big idea” – that one thing that will… That will what? It is at this critical juncture between the idea and what that idea is intended to do, I think, where creatives often fail to get the point.

Here’s the thing: (more…)

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