Any social media user will probably know by now that unless you put some content online, either business-wise or for personal reasons – you simply don’t exist. Went on a beautiful holiday? It can’t be true unless you Instagram it. Did you get engaged? It’s not official unless you change your status on Facebook. Exploring… READ MORE
We’ve all heard of user generated content (UGC), a staple of any content marketing strategy. While the power of UGC can’t be refuted, all good things eventually evolve. So what is the natural evolution of UGC? The answer is user created and controlled content, a form of content that has already found its footing amongst… READ MORE
In today’s society there is so much information available to viewers. Consumers now “channel surf” the Internet for content and chop and change what they are looking at fast! In an article in the financial review on the 1st November 2017 – The head of retail for Facebook Australia Kate Box stated “The average time… READ MORE
As marketing budgets continued to rise throughout 2016, reaching up to 12% of company revenue, the outlook for marketing agencies and those wanting to enter into the online marketing world looks bright. According to the 2016-2017 CMO Spend Survey by Gartner, Larger corporations (those with over $5 billion revenue) are spending over 13% of their… READ MORE
Video is all the rage right now in content marketing. And with a good reason. According to YouTube, mobile video consumption rises by a smashing 100% every single year. When featured in email marking campaign, a video leads to 200-300% increase in click-through rate, and when included on a landing page a video will convert… READ MORE
Learn how to think strategically about video content as part of the marketing mix, as well as how to create engaging content that can be used in a variety of different business contexts. Who should Attend? Marketing, PR and communications managers in B2B or B2C roles, no detailed production experience required.
One constant will remain in the marketing world during 2016 – everything will change.
What was new and exciting this year will already be old, tired and ignored.
Sure-fire ways to engage with customers will fail and you’ll have to sit down and figure it out all over again.