Snapchat provides businesses with a completely new way of storytelling. Learn how to utilize this app in your content.
In this series, we look at the most important points a webmaster must consider and the impact they have in online marketing. We show you what to pay attention to at each individual contact point and consider essentials that the respective content must contain.
In Part 1, we begin with the most important types of external content.
We previously introduced tools that can help you generate ideas and manage your content. But there are many other sources that can also facilitate the work of content managers, allowing them to save valuable time. Below are five convenient aids that can be particularly useful when it comes to content creation and distribution.
From mixing up the type of company posts on social media to incorporating humor in new ways in your content marketing efforts, it’s important to keep content fresh and interesting. Take a closer look at three companies that have mastered content creation and how they did it.
Since its launch in 2006, the “media company specializing in the social age” (Jonah Peretti, founder of BuzzFeed) has experienced a rapid rise. BuzzFeed has reached more than 150 million visitors a month with its sensational articles and is now one of the most visited websites worldwide. Social networks, especially Facebook, supply the main traffic, but what is the story behind BuzzFeed’s success? And what in particular can companies learn from BuzzFeed for their own content marketing?