Content curation has become an essential part of many content marketing strategies for both small and large businesses. There are numerous benefits to sharing external content through your marketing channels. Curated assets enrich and add value to a brand’s community of followers, improving traffic growth, leads, credibility and SEO.Read More
Even the best of plans can get waylaid, which is why it’s a smart move to have a plan B. Or a contingency plan, as it’s officially known. Most responsible managers make sure they have something in place before project kick-off. But how many have a plan B specifically for content? Answer: not many.Read More
Around 91% of users prefer interactive content. And yet, what you feel is an excellent piece of visual, dynamic, and engaging content can be hit or miss with the audience.
With so many brands now tapping into the power of content marketing, now the competition for your audience’s attention is at stake. Which begs the question, how do you know what content would grab and keep the attention of many?Read More
When it comes to content creation, marketers and SEO specialists consider its structure and optimization for traffic, higher rankings, and more efficient communication with the target audience.Read More
Content curation is one of the most effective ways for businesses to keep their audience constantly engaged on social media without having to invest all their time in thinking and executing content ideas.Read More
If you want to see the best possible results from your content curation strategy, you need to routinely audit it and improve it. Undergoing an audit is a time-consuming and sometimes expensive process, but it has the power to fundamentally change your strategy for the better – and ultimately help you see far greater returns.Read More
Writer’s block? As someone whose profession relies on creativity, you’ll want to ensure you don’t run out of content ideas.Read More
Although a single piece of art can speak for itself, sometimes it’s a lot better for the audience to see rows of art collections before they can say “Oh, this is what it all means.” To give better context and share more information, curators install certain pieces next to each other— hence, the magic of art curation.Read More
Over a third of all websites run on WordPress—and because you’re reading this, yours is likely one of them.
On top of that, WooCommerce, the ecommerce platform built on WordPress, powers 22% of the top one million ecommerce sites in the world.Read More
eBooks, whitepapers, and blogs – all these terms come to mind whenever we think about content marketing. But have you ever pondered about using PowerPoint presentations as a tool to market your content? A presentation provides you an opportunity to showcase your information in a visually impressive way. Whatever your content marketing objective is – building a customer base, increasing customer referrals, informing the target audience about new products/services, or driving sales, a well-thought-out and aesthetically-designed presentation can serve as a valuable asset to get your message across.Read More
The human brain is such that an average individual is likely to retain 90% of the visual content that they see. Only 20% of what they read will be retained, while a mere 10% of what they hear stays in their memory. As a communication medium, video caters to the sight and audio senses of an individual at the same time. That way, video is the best possible medium for an individual or brand to get their message across.Read More
If you were to listen to marketing meetings from around the world, you’d discover that the majority of businesses and brands have similar issues. When it comes to content creation and marketing, lack of engagement is one of the biggest concerns. Brands spend lots of time, energy, and money creating content, yet it seems to fall on deaf ears.Read More
Meticulously selected and creatively presented, curated pieces can enrich the content strategy of every online retailer. Marketers can and even should use either their own previous works or parts of those published by others to enhance brand visibility and engage followers with valuable information.Read More
The more information is circulated around us, the more anxious we get. We want to cover it all but simply can’t do that. That’s why various digests, guides, abstracts, tops, and other compilations are so popular. All of them are formats of curated content that imply selecting, structuring, re-packaging, and delivering valuable information to users.Read More
Carole Baskin, founder of Big Cat Rescue, shares how Scoop.it helps them share valuable content with their audiences.Read More
We often see content as a way to bring in traffic at the top of the funnel, but it’s a lot more than that.Read More
You know content is important to your brand. You invest a considerable amount of time, money, and creative energy into developing content. Yet you get very little return on that investment. What gives?Read More
Content curation has the potential to turn your website or brand into an engaging and value-adding entity without the need for directly committing the time and resources towards producing your own texts or multimedia. But how can it be developed for SEO purposes?Read More
Think about this: 50% of all content goes completely unused, and only 22% of pages that are currently in the top 10 results on search were created within one year.
Creating new content is a huge bet, and curated content helps, but only if you put in the effort to distribute it.
If you want to make sure you’re doing everything you can to get your curated content in front of your target audiences, both internal and external, you’re about to learn many techniques you can use to make it happen.Read More
To build a powerful content engine, you need to use content hubs as the backbone of your system. They help you sort and organize each piece of owned or third-party content and find it exactly when you need it, both for your internal and external audiences.Read More
In 2021, what you do online defines how people perceive your business.
This is good news: it means you have plenty of control over your reputation and your brand image.
The bad news? To gain this control, you need to get intentional about the content you publish and curate.
If you are running a profitable business in the twenty-first century, you probably have a social media presence.
Yes, opening a social media account is pretty easy — but the account won’t manage itself. You’ve got to put out content every single day.
And that’s where social media content ideas come in handy.Read More
In a marketplace that’s become increasingly digital in the wake of COVID-19, it’s more important than ever that businesses look to optimize their content for audiences on social media.Read More
Two-thirds of B2B buyers respond to salespeople who reach out to them with relevant insights and opportunities.
So how do you find those insights and opportunities? Some will come from your own content assets, and others will come from relevant third-party sources. For salespeople, content curation is all about using those various assets to reach and engage prospects.Read More
You come across various advertisements (in newspapers, magazines, online, radio, television, catalogs, direct mails, on-the-go, etc.) on a daily basis, but how many of them do you remember precisely? The ones you do remember have something unique that appeals to your emotions and subconscious mind.Read More
With over four billion daily searches, Google continues to dominate the search engine market in 2021. More than that, its first SERP page is enough for 90% of users to find the desired results.Read More
Your online reputation is indispensable. You might be a startup attempting to grow to massive heights. You might be an organization looking to reach more people. Or you might just be a professional hoping to increase your job prospects and network with more prospective employers. No matter what, your reputation will play a massive role in whether you can achieve your goals.Read More
B2B companies are making use of several digital marketing strategies to communicate with their target audience more effectively. Despite the mushrooming of so many digital channels to choose from, email continues to remain one of the most preferred channels for acquiring customers and retaining them.Read More
Have you ever clicked on a blog post reading its strong and engaging headline, but left just because it included plain text and was visually dull? We are sure you would not want the same thing to happen to your blog post.Read More
If you’re planning a content marketing or content curation strategy, you’ll likely need some kind of content collaboration strategy in place as well. Content collaboration is all about writing, editing, organizing, distributing, and managing various pieces of content within your organization. Multiple people within your team (and possibly on other teams) will be working together to achieve the same content goals, whether that’s writing various new pieces of content, updating old ones, or accessing archived documents to use for some purpose.Read More