podcast-marketing

8 Best Practices for Podcast Marketing

So you started a podcast. Great! Now what? Having an interesting topic and a few good episodes are not enough to gain listeners and subscribers. With a large population working from home and having less interactions, podcasts are becoming more and more popular. What differentiates...

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COVID-19 Content: Memes and Misinformation

Information sharing takes many different forms, one of which is memes. Whether you’re receiving them in your Instagram feed or they’re gracing your group chat, it’s hard to escape the widely popularized, image/copy combos. Keeping with the theme of reflecting pop culture and societal concerns...

The Power of Storytelling

Why Your Business Needs a Content Creation Strategy Storytelling is an art. It’s powerful, captivating and has enough hooks, theatrics and twists to keep people enthralled until the end. It sets apart vibrant brands from simple businesses and loyal consumers from one-time shoppers. Storytelling conveys purpose...

Super Bowl Ads: Marketers are the Real MVP Once Again

The actual Super Bowl game was a dud. But for those casual fans sitting at the edge of their seat clamoring for this year’s crop of over the top ads; they weren’t disappointed. While many will wonder how companies can justify spending more than $5 million dollars for...

Creative Ways to Grow Your Email Marketing List

Marketers are constantly looking for ways to add new contacts to their email lists. While paying for lists or adding old records was once a viable practice, things are changing and it’s only getting more difficult to bring in fresh contacts. So how DO you...

Curating Content: Reuse, Recycle & Repurpose

We’ve all been there. We’ve created a piece of content that could definitely be reused further down the road. But is it worth it? According to Sumo, creating “great” content takes at least 20 to 45 hours. Imagine spending all that time on a piece of...