5 Practical Trends in Brand Content Marketing for 2016

by Ryan Hanley
It’s time for 2016 brand content marketing trends. January brings a sense of hope, a fresh start. That’s why we make resolutions, in the hope that we’ll improve in 2016. I like New Year’s resolutions, but then I’m weird. Now I know every thought-leader, in every industry puts trends out this time of year. That’s why I waited a week or so to deliver mine.Read the full article

5 Practical Trends in Brand Content Marketing for 2016

It's time for 2016 brand content marketing trends. Get the full post here: http://www.ryanhanley.com/trends-brand-content-marketing/ January brings a sense of hope, a fresh start. That's why we make resolutions, in the hope that we'll improve in 2016. I like New Year's resolutions, but then I'm weird. Now I know every thought-leader, in every industry puts trends out this time of year. That's why I waited a week or so to deliver mine. I wanted to take an extra week or two to digest the marketing ecosystem. There is only one constant in brand content marketing... change.


The Best Kenetic Typography by Ronnie Bruce

Poem by Taylor Mali (TaylorMali.com). This is one of the best examples of kenetic typography I've seen! Another one that is just as good is made by caracter2, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0LIvrxf-R0 Kinetic typography is just a fancy word for "moving text". As the name says this animation technique mixes motion and text. The text is presented in a certain way to convey or evoke an idea or emotion in the viewer, making it work well for songs, movie quotes, information and TV commercials. Kinetic typography is often spotted in movie credits. The great thing about a good kinetic typography piece is that by using just typography, sound, colours and animation they evoke strong feelings in the viewer.