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Social Media Explorer
It’s Valentine’s Day when we celebrate romance and who’s more romantic than a blogger? They share their enthusiasm, knowledge and emotions regularly without expectation of compensation. In the spirit of romance we celebrate fourteen of the social media blogs we love and the bloggers behind them in alphabetical order.
To achieve your business goals, your blog needs a personality to make it stand out in the sea of information competing for your target audience’s attention. Understand that the best content delivered without personality, in a ho-hum manner, will fail to attract a reader base. People trust the information on a blog if they feel they know and can trust the person behind the content. Therefore it’s critical to develop a personality for your blog. These nine actionable blogging tips will help you. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog
“Social media isn’t the holy grail,” according to Social Media Examiner’s Mike Stelzner, author of Launch: How to Quickly Propel Your Business Beyond the Competition, speaking at Content Marketing World 2012. At first blush this may sound ludicrous coming from the founder of one of the largest social media blogs but the reality is that social media isn’t a business goal!
Content marketing is grounded in the Mad Men’s principles. Content marketing takes it’s cue from David Ogilvy in that it looks like editorial. Following the teachings of Leo Burnett, content marketing integrates important brand attributes. Content marketing provides prospects, customers and the public with useful information, while shopping or after purchase, without shouting its promotional messages. As a result, content marketing breaks through the advertising clutter that consumers no longer trust. Here’s how twenty-one marketers define content marketing.