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Thought Leadership, Featured

How SEOs And Content Creators Can Actually Work Together For Better Digital Marketing Results

We’ve created content for a long time now – even before it was called “creating content.” And what’s interesting about the two of us is that we have very different, yet complimentary backgrounds. Here we’ll share how you can work on building a well-rounded team of content marketing experts – Read more…

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Featured, Product How-To

Ghosts Don’t Need Social Data

It’s Hallowe’en, and that means we have a very special (and perhaps, slightly creepy) October blog post in store! Keeping the lights on As I was going up the stair I met a man who wasn’t there! He wasn’t there again today, Oh how I wish he’d go away! When Read more…

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Thought Leadership, Featured

The Content Radar: A Model To Help You Clarify The “Added Value” Of Content

If there is one core element that defines content marketing that we can all agree upon, it is the idea that it has to be useful, entertaining or educational. It has to add value. Every good piece of content has to add value in a certain context. Personally, I have Read more…

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Thought Leadership, Featured

How To Capitalize On ‘How To’ Searches

Google recently revealed its most popular “how to” searches, underscoring one important way consumers use the search engine to find what they need – and where brands have an opportunity to not only find them, but provide value. And these opportunities are only expanding. Case in point: Jonny Dempster, director Read more…

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Best Practices, Featured

Why Content Marketing Projects Need Project Managers

There used to be a time when I didn’t fully understand what Project Managers actually did within content projects! Your job is to tell others to stay on track, right? I’m a Project Manager in the dad part of my life, I guess. Seriously, though, having worked with some fantastic Read more…

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Interviews, Featured

Meet Voula V, Head of Talent Acquisition at ScribbleLive

Culture is what makes an organization unique – the character, personality, and sum of its values, traditions, beliefs, interactions, behaviors, and attitudes. In our Culture Corner series, we’ll be raising the curtain on the company culture here at ScribbleLive and sharing our journey. This is where you’ll also get insight Read more…

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Thought Leadership, Featured

That Fine Line Of Trickery In Digital Marketing: How Not To Cross It!

Digital marketing can be done a number of different ways. Slow or fast Set or iterative Right or wrong to a degree (of course, there are many different right answers to digital marketing issues) Authentically or trickery I’m a big fan of running digital marketing in a fast way that’s Read more…

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Best Practices, Featured

How To Optimize For Non-Traditional Search Engines Like Amazon And YouTube

When we talk about optimizing brand presence, it has historically been limited to search engines like Google and Bing. However, consumers search – and discover – on many other platforms, including Amazon, Pinterest, YouTube and Instagram.

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Best Practices, Featured

Sports Marketing: 7 Steps to Drive Audience Engagement

Sports connect many of us. We wear the same hats, shirts, and of course, connect digitally to our favorite teams and players. And while audiences continue to be broken up with the addition of more and more digital channels, this also allows sports teams around the globe to reach their Read more…

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Featured, Product How-To

Multi-Channel Publishing From Within Engage

Can you repeat that? Engaging with your audience should be fun. But as any Social Media or Community Engagement Manager knows, it can sometimes be stressful, hectic and unpredictable. Despite the chaos, there’s a certain level of excitement associated with reaching out and connecting with your audience. When you’re able Read more…

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Best Practices, Featured

NO OVERKILL: How creatives and content marketers need processes and systems

We can just write and produce stories. “Give me some space to be creative here.” And while that may work for some projects, it doesn’t work that well in a high-performance job environment, especially when a project has lots of stakeholders (i.e. more than two). So, systems can help on Read more…

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Thought Leadership, Featured

Content Strategy Explained (Think of It as a Plane)

Content Strategy has a lot in common with air travel when you think about its various components. In my latest blogpost on the idea of a “minimum viable content strategy“, I use the analogy of a plane to explain content governance. I regularly use this analogy when onboarding new clients Read more…

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