To be a player in the digital landscape, you need to have a content strategy. Whether you're an entrepreneur getting a small business up and running or you're a marketing professional with a huge corporation, your content strategy can dictate how you're found online, how you generate leads and whether you have a strong online presence. Clearly, content matters.
It’s no secret that start-ups often have unique requirements for their communication and content. In part 2 of our series about start-ups and content marketing, we will discuss landing pages, …
For a content strategy to be successful, it has to be documented. Discover what it takes to create a successful content strategy, step-by-step, in this infographic.
Volkswagen’s “Das Auto” slogan has acquired an entirely new connotation since VW's Dieselgate affair was uncovered. Once the news broke that the supposedly environmentally friendly VW Group had been manipulating software to simulate better emission-test results, a big scandal ensued with a huge loss of confidence among VW stakeholders.
The severe crisis at VW is not over yet, but it does seem to have died down a little. Meanwhile, it's interesting to see how hard the VW is trying to regain the confidence of their stakeholders through their content – so far with limited success.
Unfortunately, no company is immune to crises, whether through their own failings or as a result of misfortune. In such a situation, a good communication plan is a useful crisis-management tool.
Ever thought about custom search engine optimized product content? Or are you among those who simply copy the manufacturer's photos and information? This is common practice because it’s simple and quick. So why is this problematic? Because you are actually throwing away ranking and conversion potential. In the following article, we will explain why optimized product content is a worthwhile investment.