YouTube is rolling out some new features that are designed to improve engagement in your comments section and also filter out the comment trolls.
In this post, Cynthia Price, Vice President of Marketing at Emma, explains how a great email design drives an audience to act.
If your site is running at average speeds, then it’s actually costing you business opportunities and potential revenue. And in the mobile age, more than ever, speed is crucial. There is a lot you can do to speed up your site and its various content elements. Let’s drill down into a few different types of solutions.
Content curation is one of the easiest ways to cut down the time you spend on social media and email marketing. By effectively applying it to your efforts, you can touch base with your audience more often, provide them value and build a solid presence online.
Telling your story more visually is a compelling way to get people’s attention in an age of dwindling attention spans. Learn more here.
YouTube has added a new feature, End Screens, that lets you add a thumbnail overlay to promote your videos and playlists, encourage subscriptions, and more.
Video image search via Deep Learning is now a reality. Searching video images that are processed by deep learning opens up a new world for Video SEO. Content creators now have to consider what objects in video images drive keyword usage along with the story creation.
You might be surprised to learn that you can learn a few things about storytelling for the web from the host of a television news and opinion show.
Sometimes, your company may just be growing beyond what a freelancer can reasonably handle.
No matter how great your content is or how much time you have spent writing it, the fate of your post is sealed by the time and the place you publish it.
If you’re hoping to host a successful webinar, you can’t wing it. A well received webinar requires preparation, scripting and rehearsal. In this article you will learn what it takes to put on a webinar that your audience remembers.
This month’s content marketing roundup focuses on how to do effective storytelling for your brands.
Eight out of ten people will only read the headline. Here’s how headlines have evolved through the years, and what makes it stand out on search and social.
Twitter’s character count expansion was extremely noteworthy, as were Facebook’s numerous updates for businesses. Here’s the scoop on these changes and more in this month’s social roundup.
Google has acquired a company called FameBit in an effort to bring in more revenue to the online video community.
Squeeze more traffic and conversions out of your old content with these 9 content hacks that can help you repurpose your content.
One of the most difficult and time-consuming tasks of link acquisition is finding corporate emails. Learn how to streamline the process with these email tools.
Creating cohesive content in your marketing plan is vital for performance and for internal workflow. Learn how to create cohesive content every day.
YouTube is giving brands a new way to ensure they are being transparent to viewers about paid content that appears on the video-sharing site.
One way to engage your audience is to think about those “macro moments” and look for ways to incorporate that into messaging.