Does your blog struggle to keep readers interested and coming back for more? Are you looking for ways to be a little less boring?
MyTasker shares 20 effective ways to stop boring your blog readers in the infographic below.
They emphasize the importance of readability - keep words, sentences and paragraphs short and free of fluff.
Brand storytelling isn’t a new concept, as Susan Gunelius wrote back in 2013. Brands of all sizes realize the need to entertain their customers and prospects via the age-old method of storytelling. And just as Gunelius wrote back in 2013, “the opportunities to tell stories as part of direct and indirect brand marketing initiatives have become a strategic priority.”
Here are four benefits for brands who utilize storytelling as part of their overall marketing strategies.
What do vegetables, pens, a dictionary, and toilet paper all have in common?
They may be ordinary household items, but they have extraordinary presences in the social media landscape. Their key to success? Playing to the strengths of their products - which means getting creative and sometimes a little silly.
The success of your Facebook advertising campaign relies on a mix of creative and targeting. And while there's a ton of content out there that discusses targeting strategy, I wanted to share some tips that have helped us create engaging visuals for our Facebook ad campaigns. These tips actually come from Facebook themselves, so they're sure to be of value.
With the right creative, your Facebook ads can drive great, cost-effective results.
When you’re a business entity, posting on social media is sometimes easier said than done - it’s not like you’re posting on your personal Facebook account or tweeting on your Twitter timeline where anything goes.
Before puppy tongue lenses, 3D Bitmoji, and voice changing features became standard on Snapchat, there were Geofilters. After users took a snap, they swipe left or right on the screen to select one of the fun digital “frames” -including Geofilters - to spruce it up.
They're (appropriately) named Geofilters because they're location specific, calling out “I’m in Times Square,” “I’m on campus,” “I’m shopping here,” etc.