It’s 2018 and everyone should know by now that the greatest driving force behind digital marketing is quality content. Branded blogging certainly plays a major role, coupled with a loyal online community. To grow a community around your content, your marketing plan should encourage customer interaction via social media and your blog.
Billions of people across the globe access the internet every day whether for online shopping, staying updated or just to be entertained. Good quality content means people want to engage with their favourite brands and blogging is of the utmost importance. A well-written blog can bring a host of advantages to your business. Continue reading →
Many business owners and marketers see lead generation as an impossible task and often because so much is at stake. After all, the health of your business depends on those leads as they are the metric you rely on. More leads mean more sales.
The epitome of a successful marketing and lead generation campaign is achieving 100% conversion rate but let’s be honest, that’s more of a pipedream. On average, 75% of leads don’t convert into sales due to a poor lead nurturing process. The good news is, there are really good proven strategies that can dramatically boost your rates with minimal effort. Continue reading →
Blogs, social media and video are all parts of the digital marketing mix and they’re all aimed at increasing engagement. Engagement, which if successful can bring increased interest, brand awareness and loyalty and ultimately – sales!
So how do you get people to engage with you in a digital world? Well, one of the main areas is content. You may already know about content marketing and its importance in the online world. You may already have a blog and share the posts on social media, but have you really thought about the content you’re putting out there? Is it talking to the right people? Is it saying the right thing? Continue reading →
Is The Lad Bible a Brand Rehabilitation Success Story?
In 2012 ‘Lad Culture’ was at a high, pages like The Lad Bible were racking up tens of thousands of likes and causing controversy in newspaper pages and in Student Union meetings across the country. Whilst the claim to be about harmless ‘banter’ didn’t ring true for many their success was a testament to the appetite for a new form of publisher that could fill the shoes of likes of Loaded, Zoo and FHM that were quickly becoming dinosaurs as we raced past the first decade of the 21st century.
That initial success has been dwarfed by the media giant that The Lad Bible has become. Such success would never have been possible without serious change to The Lad Bible’s image and publishing habits. How did a media entity so tied to ‘Lad Culture’ somehow not only survive it’s wane but rise to be one of the biggest Social Media entities publishing in 2016? Continue reading →