Content Marketing

What is a podcast?

What is a podcast?

Podcasts have become one of the most popular forms of content. They are seen as being a convenient and multi-layered medium perfect for listening to on the go. It’s not only private individuals who use the format as an uncomplicated and effective platform for their ideas and content, for quite some time now podcasts have become a very powerful marketing tool. As well as answering the question of...

Emotional branding

Emotional branding: definition and examples

A brand is not just a name slapped onto a product. It is the heart of your marketing strategy. If used correctly, emotional branding attracts customers not through logical arguments, but rather through emotional experiences and ideals. How good a product or service is depends above all on how customers feel when they think about your brand.

Storytelling| Stories for your marketing strategy

Storytelling: stories as online marketing measures

Storytelling describes one of the biggest marketing trends in recent years: Nowadays there are so many multimedia offers online that it’s difficult for marketers to get far with classic advertising. High-quality content is needed, especially good stories which move people emotionally and stick in their mind. This guide explains how storytelling works in marketing and introduces successful...

Running a business Facebook page

How to run a successful company Facebook page

Gone are the days of social networks only serving as private contact between friends. Whether you’re an artist, a party, or a company: social media is the ideal way to communicate with fans, members, or customers. However, many start-ups and self-employed people underestimate the effort that goes into a successful business Facebook page.

What is neuromarketing?

Neuromarketing – the way into the consumer’s brain?

‘I think therefore I am’ – René Descartes’ iconic saying, it seems, may only be half true. If you choose to believe neuroscientists like António Damásio and Joseph E. LeDoux, then cognitive and emotional processes play a part in every rational decision. Even clicking the purchase button in an online shop is a decision that has been unconsciously influenced by emotional information. Or at least...

How to embed a video with HTML

Embedding videos on your page

With HTML5, uploading video content onto your website is easier than ever. The most recent version of this popular mark-up language defines a new native element, video, and the associated programming interface. Website operators can also embed audio-visual content onto their online presences using video platforms such as YouTube or Vimeo.

How does content curation work?

Content curation

“Content is King.” The content marketing battle cry is still relevant. However, for a few years now, there has been a slight shift: further back in the past there was nothing but self-developed contributions, today you also have to rely on distributing external content. Content curation has brought about a contemporary form of online marketing, oriented on social media and traditional cultural...

snackable content

Snackable content – bite-sized web content

Snackable content has become an online marketing buzzword. The term refers to content on the web that can be taken in quickly and easily. Examples of snackable content include posts and tweets, pictures or memes, and short videos. Snackable content is designed to suit the average attention span of web surfers, and is usually sensationalist or emotional, designed to pique a reader’s interest...

Evergreen content

Evergreen content – timeless content for websites

Timeless content known as evergreen content can attract new visitors to your website while remaining relevant for years to come. Even more so than short-lived content such as up-to-the-minute news, evergreen content requires good editorial quality and research, along with the right keywords for search engines. This way, you’ll reach internet users with general questions about your topic,...

Second screen for online advertising

Second screen: when one just isn’t enough anymore

For many users, one screen is simply not enough. Dubbed by marketers as second screen, this phenomenon describes the new usage patterns of the smartphone generation. What’s meant here is the simultaneous usage of multiple devices. Both television broadcasters as well as advertisers seek to use this channel to their advantage as a means of winning over potential customers. Find out how the wall...


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