A good content order description gives the writer all the information necessary to get you the right content on the first draft. Bad order descriptions often result in a revision request, perhaps even two or three. We’ll take a “bad” order and transform it into one that will quickly produce the type of content that we really need.
We all want our content fast and right. Sometimes, the content comes back that doesn’t work for one reason or another. We’re all working on deadlines, so there are a few things to consider when asking for a second take. This article guides you through the revision process.
Research shows that blog posts and website content with visual aids increases traffic and time on page. The question for content marketers is how to efficiently get images integrated with each post. This article will address quality image sites and how to get writers to help with image selection.
Yesterday, the Emmys busted out of the award-show doldrums and created a major buzz. While we don’t have any wardrobe malfunctions, we do have the sexiest content stories to help you leverage major shockwaves and turn a rip of fabric into a rip-roaring tide of traffic.
Article re-writes and spinning have been a mainstay of article-based marketing and some content marketing strategies for a long time. It makes sense to try and copy what works. But as we’ve seen in the case of Samsung and Apple, copying and plagiarism can lead to major setbacks for a business.
Apple accused Samsung of infringing on its patents on certain mobile phones and won a billion-dollar settlement against them. This may block those phone models from being sold in the US. What does this have to do with content marketing?