The world of online marketing has changed the way we think about content and design. Especially when it comes to business marketing, it’s the online campaigns, PPC ads and SEO which have become the driving force behind getting a company’s name out there. Indeed, running a successful company without even having a website is pretty much unthinkable … today.
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Everyone is reading about it. Everyone wants it. And almost everyone is writing about it. Content Writing is the Holy Grail of Online Marketing – today, we’re talking about writing with real value.
As difficult as it might be to define exactly what counts as real value in content, it’s significantly easier to define its opposite. Filler content is the hidden evil, the dark saboteur which lies in wait, ready to take any content down into the forgotten realm of unread blibber-blubber. Recognising what filler content is will inevitably help you fine tune your instincts for identifying that much sought-after value.
It's time to put SEO and search expertise down for a second and take a few moments to reflect. No, this isn't a meditation session for online marketers. This is about learning how to use the most powerful tool known to mankind. It's all about emotions – an essential element in any content marketing campaign.
The right (or wrong) reaction to a crisis situation can make-or-break a company. Whether it’s a case of false advertising, a recalled product or even just a typo on publicity material – mistakes can cause a company a lot of headaches and a lot of damage. Not just in financial terms, but in terms of reputation, too.