CEO Don Poe of People Productions Media Services shares three ways for medical device manufacturers to create a strong testimonial video on a budget. From Brightcove: Online reviews are trusted as much as personal recommendations by nearly 90%.
If you don’t know Ann Handley, you haven’t done any research on marketing for a while now. She is the chief content officer of MarketingProfs, author of the best-seller “Everybody Writes,” a personal hero of mine, and someone you should know. Here are my notes from her 45-minute talk at Content Marketing World 2017.
Following best practices is average. Including influencers in your marketing can be huge for you both. Good newsletters are anticipated by its subscribers. B2B marketing doesn’t have to be boring. We are all in the audience business. Be honest; audiences can spot bullshit immediately. Read this 8-minute summary of the expert lessons I learned at Content Marketing World in September 2017.
Are you being strategic about your content? How can you use your time well and ensure people will consume the content you’re producing? Then read this.
If you’ve ever doubted the quality of your work, you’re not alone. Here’s my story about work-related depression and how I snapped out of it when I accepted the new reality of medical device marketing.
When you add an end screen on your YouTube video, you can direct your viewer to the next logical video in your library. You could ask them to subscribe or even visit your website. I prepared a short video to make it easier for you to learn how.
A GIF-Video combination may be the thing to cure your “no one is clicking on my video” website ills. Check out what Maxon Motors has on the bottom of this page. A GIF like the one shown here encourages you to click on the video to see what Jeff has to say.
Perfecting messaging, website, SEO, and social media isn’t enough. Find your prospect and market directly to him. Here are 9 outbound marketing tactics.
If you’re unaware, there are services that report the Internet Protocol (IP) address of your visitors. Should you use them and, if so, how?
Thanks to PHP, on January 1st of this year my website was showing the proper copyright year on the bottom of my site. Is yours up to date?