Marketing, especially content marketing, should be all about people. This neuromarketig article highlights how easily we lose the human aspect.
Write because it is there. Write about facts and real stuff and write from your imagination. Write daily, weekly or monthly…
How do you capture attention when your audience is overwhelmed with social feeds, emails and noise? When B2B means busy-to-busy? Earn the right to be read.
What happens to us matters a great deal, but even more powerful are the stories we repeat about what happened.
Does the language we use affect our thinking and how we perceive reality? Vivian Giang has a thought-provoking article on fast Company.
Can traditional fairy tales teach us anything about changing behaviour through narrative? After all, that’s the ultimate goal of content marketing.
If, like me, you never caught up with Stephenson’s 1992 sci-fi classic, here’s a review from the Life of Chaz blog to inspire it onto your Must-Read shelf.
If you’re writing for business then you’re writing to sell, whether that’s shifting widgets or pushing your point of view.
Over on the Neuromarketing blog, Roger Dooley has complied the Ultimate Neuromarketing Reading List. I’ve read a few of these, but found many more to add to my own Must Read list. Worth a scan for all marketers. Photo by Nicole Honeywill on Unsplash
Here’s a great post on trust and the “attention asset” from Seth Godin. A few simple principles:If you’re not measuring attention in dollars and cents, you don’t know what it’s worth.If you’re treating everyone the same, you’re wasting attention.If you’re burning trust to get more attention or more action, you’ve wasted both of them. … […]