N Is for Names – The Cheeky A-Z Guide for Content Marketing

If your marketing doesn’t bring new people to your business or keep existing customers coming back, you’re failing.  As much as I write about (and believe) that marketing needs to be helpful; that’s not the objective.  The objective is to move a person - and we should never lose sight that we’re talking about people…

The Great S Hunt and the Lie of Practice Makes Perfect #SOCS

When I first saw the prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday, I immediately thought of the days of my life I spent switching “s” out for “z” (and vice versa) editing the European version of e-doc.  What a huge PITA (not the tasty platform for hummus).  Today’s Stream of Consciousness Saturday (on a Sunday) post…

What’s Up With This Joint? #SoCS

Pass the Kutshie by the left hand side. The first thing I thought of when I saw today's prompt was the obvious thing: memories -- sometimes hazy -- of various adventures with weed. Though most "adventures" involved sitting on the couch, while eating Cheetos and/or any candy I could shovel into my mouth. I also…

M Is for Mistakes: The Cheeky A-Z Guide for Content Marketing

I hate to make mistakes. Even more than that, I hate to be wrong. I’ll sometimes freeze at making a decision because I don’t want to make the wrong one.  I bet many of you reading this get stuck the same way (if not, please share how you decide to . . . decide). As…

Rediscover the Not-So-Secret Secrets of Content Marketing: 15 Insights From Ogilvy That Will Help Your Business Boom

Photo by Kristina Flour on Unsplash Because I don’t have a background in marketing and I just learned to write on the go, I feel like I need to backfill my knowledge from time to time. I always thought marketing was pretty much PR and throwing in an annoying jingle to invade my brain. Over the last decade,…

Hey, Clients, We Need Your Help to Create the Content People Will Give a Damn About

You can’t just hand us the keys to your marketing efforts and expect success. We need you. Of course, we need to talk about goals, sales hand offs, high-level strategy, and more; but I want to talk today about content. We need access to the industry expertise and customer knowledge you and your co-workers have…

Your Website Is Your Storefront – Are the Windows Broken?

Would you go into a store with busted windows and a doorknob that needed to be jiggled to open? When your website offers no clear path for visitors, THAT’S THE EXACT IMPRESSION YOU GIVE ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS! And with nearly every business transaction in the U.S. today starting out as an online search and visit…

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