Make video content a key element of your 2016 digital marketing mix
Online video really is the latest and greatest addition to our arsenal of content marketing methods. Globally, video traffic will be 80 percent of all consumer Internet traffic in 2019, up from 64 percent in 2014, according to Cisco predictions. Digital Sherpa reports that a third of all online activity is spent watching video content. But how can you harness the medium of video for your business?
New research (released in December 2015) by the Content Marketing Institute suggests that UK marketers are finding content marketing a bigger challenge than ever.
Last week, we found out that Buffer will be shutting down their brilliant social media content suggestion tool, starting on 1 August. This is really sad news for the startups and businesses like us who use and love this feature.
In the name of agility and of rolling with the punches, we’ve put together a list of alternative options we can all use in the hope that it will make the loss of Buffer’s content suggestion tool less of a headache for you.
Blogging should be a key part of your digital marketing plan. A well written blog is a destination for your target audience, it demonstrates your expertise and supports your social media and SEO performance too. So if blogging is always on your list of things to do for your business, but never quite makes it to the top – make today the day you get your blog on! Here are 10 tips to help you kick start your business blog:
It’s nearly Easter so in the spirit of the season, we’ve curated 10 gorgeous ‘Easter themed’ images that are absolutely free for commercial use. Why not add an Easter holiday twist to your email marketing campaign, or use them to design your Easter special offers page. You could add a ‘Happy Easter’ banner to your email signature or get some Easter stickers printed with Moo and send them to your favourite customers.
New research by the Content Marketing Institute (CMI) released today suggests that UK marketers believe their content marketing efforts have fallen short over the last year.
Finding half decent images for free can be a laborious process, if you don’t know where to look. Now you do! Here are 5 options when you are looking for an image to spice up your blog post or feature on your website (that won’t result in angry photographers or brands taking you to court).