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How consistent is your global brand? Is it lost in translation to local markets? 2 coffee examples (Starbucks & Juan Valdez) are examined with photos.
Does your 2014 marketing plan support your brand & your business? 10 brand tactics based on Millward Brown Brand Z Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands.
Do your customers interact & connect with your brand creating memorable experiences? If not, test experiential marketing defined by these 5 core attributes.
With over 90% of marketers investing in content marketing, you must be a content marketing rockstar to stand out in today’s exploding content ecosystem. To amplify your content marketing, apply these seven lessons from top music rockstars.
To celebrate our 1000th blog post here’s the basic seven step framework of an actionable marketing strategy where your ultimate goal as a marketer or business owner is to get prospects, customers and the public to engage with you and to develop a profitable relationship over time.
Content marketing is about attracting the right target audience and getting them to take appropriate action as a result of engaging with your content. Content marketing metrics is about measuring the results.
As businesses continue to move a greater proportion of their budget to content marketing, marketers must associate results with this investment that are aligned with their goals. To this end, measure what matters, not just what’s easy-to-track.
Here are 53 actionable content marketing metrics broken out by content marketing goal. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog
Stories trump other forms of information making them important for your brand. Images take stories beyond plain text and words; they provide context for the listener and make memorable associations. As a result, one image can be more powerful than the associated words.
As a marketer, use the power of images to tell your brand’s story concisely to today’s content snacking consumer. Even more valuable to your brand are stories that get people talking. Here are five reasons images tell good brand stories and five tips to help you use images to tell you brand’s story. Includes 3 examples with graphics. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog.