• Hello, It’s Me: How to Add Conversation Back Into Content Marketing

    … missed it, or any of the hundreds of covers and parodies that it inspired, here it is: Ostensibly, the song is about trying to make a connection with an old flame. But if you listen closely, it’s the most one-sided conversation imaginable. “Hello, it’s me,” Adele sings. “I’ve been wondering if after all these years you’d like to meet…they say time’s…

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  • What Measures Marketers Need to Take to Succeed Online

    … on traditional marketing like print advertisements or radio and television commercials, also focus on digital marketing channels that will help your business grow online. Integrated marketing combines the old modes of advertising with today’s technology through email marketing campaigns, blogging, and social media channels like Facebook or Twitter…

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  • Stop the Interruption Marketing and Start Delivering Value!

    … the interruption marketing tactics and instead focus on delivering value, meaningful conversation and connecting at the human level with the people within their communities and circle of influence both online and offline. In this episode of the Social Zoom Factor podcast, I help you do a reality check on if you are interrupting conversations versus providing…

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  • How to Increase Conversations via Social Media

    … The key to successful social media advertising is to promote conversation between a brand and its customers. Social media is supposed to be an immediate tool for communication, but many businesses are falling behind and letting customers down. An infographic from SproutSocial suggests that only 1 out of 5 customer inquiries on Twitter…

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  • Creating Memorable Brand Experiences: Make them Sweet & Simple

    … What is one of the most memorable experiences you have had with a brand? What was memorable about it? Why was it so memorable? How did it make you feel? What did the experience do for you? How long did the experience last? Was it short or long? Was it a simple or intricate, in depth experience? Did it have lasting impact on you…

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