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Most of the marketing managers we work with put in long hours. They love what they do but their schedules are always tight. Many of them use us when they need writing help because creating snappy, quality content can eat up a lot of their time. If you can relate to this, toss a writing project our way. You’ll like the results.
No disrespect to the dusty tactics still being taught in journalism classes, but after 30 years of writing content for the media, we’ve developed a better way of telling our clients’ stories. Our media-grade press releases are more effective at reaching their intended audiences.
Our marketing firm endorses and recommends face-to-face marketing. Being in front of someone enables you to respond to their subtle verbal and nonverbal cues. That’s why expos, trade shows and other in-person gatherings can be great selling and feedback-gathering opportunities. But depending entirely on face-to-face marketing isn’t practical. You can’t be everywhere at once. One solution is to meet people where they spend several hours a day: on their digital devices.
Social media marketing can be spontaneous, and that’s a good thing. But with advance planning, you can deliver your content to a wider audience. And you can do so efficiently, while sending a consistent message. Here are seven ways we can help you improve your social media campaign.
Business websites rank higher organically in search engine results when each page has a lot of fresh, text-based content. That’s really frustrating if you’re intimidated by writing, or if you can’t ever seem to find large chunks of uninterrupted time. How much content do you really need to do? Is it okay to slack off? There is no exact amount that works for every business. One blog a month may be sufficient for one company while another may be best served by several blogs plus even more social media posts.