John Miller is the Founder of Scribewise. He blogs frequently on content marketing trends, the need for brands to build an audience, and general marketing topics. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You know what would be great? Being a little bit fitter. A little thinner. You know what else would be great? Some cool new marketing tactic that produces a 200 percent increase in leads in four short weeks. You know what’s not great—people claiming they can magically change your life with this one simple trick.Read Full post
How many people do you know who are overwhelmed by information? You know, the colleague who has an inbox with 2,000 unread emails, the friend with 31 open browser tabs, the overwhelmed customer who returns your time sensitive call 12 days later? The problem is information. There’s too much of it, and it can beRead Full post
At most companies, internal communications is broken. Emails that no one reads, fliers pinned to bulletin boards no one notices, and all hands meetings in which the entire audience is checking social media on their phones. Why won’t employees pay attention? Why do they complain about company culture, but never participate in it to makeRead Full post
[Editor’s Note: A version of this article appeared previously at Technical.ly Philly.] The best way to sell in 2017 is to stop selling. Stop pushing your product or service on people. They’ll buy when they’re good and ready, and when they believe that you have their best interests at heart. In other words, they don’tRead Full post
You hear it all the time from marketers – we don’t have enough budget. Unless you have a lot of money to spend, you can’t buy enough ads. Unless you have a lot of money to spend, you can’t attract the right talent to create awesome marketing materials. Unless you have a lot of moneyRead Full post
Content marketing has been gaining traction for more than half a decade now. Most brands have at least dipped their toe in to the content marketing pool; others have embraced it fully and are enjoying great success. And then there’s everyone in between, some having a measure of success, and some struggling. And some gettingRead Full post
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