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Content, in all its forms, is the single most critical element of any marketing campaign. Content – The Atomic Particle of Marketing goes beyond superficial descriptions of how to produce engaging social media content to offer the results of many years of deep quantitative research, and hours of interviews with senior marketers at some of the world’s leading brands.
The New York Times bestselling author of Contagious explores the subtle, secret influences that affect the decisions we make—from what we buy, to the careers we choose, to what we eat—in this fascinating and groundbreaking work.
Less than 1 in 4 Business people claim to have any confidence in public speaking. That’s the reason for this NEW book and The Reluctant Speakers Club where thousands of reluctant speakers have discovered how to transform their speech making abilities; helping them to inspire others with their ideas.
In this book, Founder of The Reluctant Speakers Club, Public Speaking Coach and author, Eamonn O’Brien helps you banish your fear of the podium forever. It will show you how to connect with audiences, construct credible arguments and give talks for maximum impact and persuasion.
It used to be easy to tell a website from a blog. Websites were online business brochures while blogs were personal online journals. Since then, content has become king and businesses have discovered how easy it is to use blogging tools for branding, marketing communications and audience development. Today, blogs are used for all the major types of web-based communications: B2C, B2B,NFP as well as individual writing. Here’s how marketing elements compare across the major blog types:
I’m often asked how I can crank out a column or more every day. The answer is simple: writing is a habit.
Like you, I wasn’t born with a pencil in one hand and a computer in the other. While I’ve wanted to be a writer since I was grade school, I never studied writing in university. But when one of my college friends got cancer, it made me think about my life and what I wanted to accomplish. I kept coming back to writing. Here are five tips to help you develop a writing habit.