The average organic reach of a Facebook post is about 5%. It’s time to let its advertising side work better for your content. Here’s how to do that to attract new audiences, retarget your content consumers, and install it in your funnel. Continue reading → The post 3 Facebook Ad Ideas to Get Your Content Seen by Your ‘Perfect’ Audience appeared first...
A new privacy program from Apple could upset email newsletters. LAY’S and Uber Eats celebrate a successful non-existent restaurant. A new survey reveals how consumers share their feelings about brands. What’s it all mean? We break it down for you. Continue reading → The post Will Apple Spoil the Whole Email Marketing Barrel? (Plus More Content News)...
This year, the speakers from ContentTECH Summit zeroed in on the most important takeaway from their presentations. Here’s what they had to say on content strategy, content measurement and management, audience development, core concepts, and the future of content. Continue reading → The post 25+ Expert Takeaways About Content Strategy, Experiences,...
It takes time to get freelance creators up to speed on your brand messages, style, and processes. Why not make your life easier and build relationships that last? These research-backed ideas will help you connect for the long term. Continue reading → The post How to Build the Best Relationship With Freelance Content Creators [New Research] appeared...
People keep talking about how AI-generated content is coming for their content marketing jobs. That’s simply not the case. Learn how AI can be a teammate, not a rival when it comes to content creation. Continue reading → The post AI-Generated Content: Friend or Foe for Content Creators? appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Yes, you need a clickable subject line and effective copy. But before your recipients can get to all that, they need to see your email. Here’s how to make that happen. Continue reading → The post How to Make Sure Your Email Pops Up in Your Subscribers’ Inboxes appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
From the content examples menu this week: Dig into takeaways from Folx Health’s audience-focused Pride initiative, Ben & Jerry’s planned flavor-competition show, and Roku’s content-about-content series. Continue reading → The post 3 Content Examples Serve Up Inspiration, Entertainment, and Revenue Streams appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
AMP-coded emails let your subscribers interact with your company without ever visiting a website or landing page. Here’s how to make your emails interactive. Continue reading → The post Is Google AMP Worth It for Your Email Marketing? appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Fewer than half of Google searches now result in a click. But that doesn’t mean you should give up on SEO. It means you need a two-part plan: One for benefitting from zero-click searches and one for getting clicks. Here’s how to build it. Continue reading → The post Do You Really Want a Zero-Click Ranking on Google? appeared first on Content Marketing...
If your introduction doesn’t motivate readers to make that all-important scroll down, you lose them. To make sure your content gets the attention it deserves, here are seven tips to write a great lede. Continue reading → The post 7 Tips to Write a Great Blog Post Introduction appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
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