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MAY 14, 2013 How Services Firms Grow with Online Marketing (Guest Post)
It’s interesting to note how social media platforms, such as LinkedIn and Twitter, account for some of the most used tools by average growth firms. Social media tools, although used widely, did not seem to be as effective and generally tend to be overused. However, these services aren''t often the focus of guidance for effective marketing. by Sylvia Montgomery. Focus on Online Tools.
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JULY 6, 2010 Is It a Case Study or Just a Testimonial?
Pull-out whatever customer quotes you can, even if only one or two, and use these quotes as testimonial statements in a variety of content and social media forms. Case Studies Sales Materials Social Media case studies case study customer quotes customer stories customer story success stories success story testimonial white paperAn overly optimistic view of the story's potential.
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JANUARY 10, 2012 Great Ideas and Resources for Technology Content Marketing
Case Studies Content Marketing Sales Materials Social Media White PapersAs the new year begins, you likely have plans for a long list of content marketing projects. Or maybe you're not sure about the best types and formats for content that will best fit your marketing challenges, budgets, and needs. Highly recommended; this is one of the very few sites on my regular reading list. . link].
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SEPTEMBER 7, 2010 Who Are Your Thought Leaders, Really?
Link to blog posts and social media accounts to allow readers to easily see each expert's other discussion and insights. Content Marketing Sales Materials Social Media White Papers technical experts thought leader thought leadership thought leadership contentStandard corporate line: "We are the thought leaders in (fill in topic/technology/industry)." Reader reaction: "Oh yeah?
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APRIL 10, 2012 Do You Need a Specialty Copywriter?
Writing and managing short-form social media content has become a specialty for some writers. Content Marketing Sales Materials Social Media Working with Writers freelance copywriter freelance writer specialty copywriter technical copywriterIt's easy to understand that not every freelance writer is a good match for every marketing project. Yet, how can you recognize when you need a specialty writer and identify what kind of writer to seek? These ideas can help your search. You need a writer with specific technical or subject knowledge. our company has a particular market focus.
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JANUARY 19, 2010 Why NOT to Publish an Audio or Video Transcript
Contrast this with waiting for a media file to download, the player to open, then having to view or listen to all or most of the file before I can determine if it contains anything relevant. Although it is easy and inexpensive to create an audio transcript, that may not be your best choice for a written document to accompany the media file.
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WRITESPARK Content Marketing Insights for Technology Companies
| TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2011
For those ideas, look to the following surveys of buyers for a broad range of IT products: Eccolo Media
2010 B2B Technology Collateral Survey Report : Includes clear and helpful data on the use of different types of print and multimedia collateral during the buying process. Tech Target Global IT Buyer Media
Consumption Report : Focuses on the differences in information access and preferences in different parts of of the world; valuable insights for reaching prospects in key technology markets outside of North America. Has your company made this analysis? MORE >>
WRITESPARK White Papers: Too Much Fat, Not Enough Meat
| TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 2012
According to an Eccolo Media
survey of IT buyers, ". It's easy to overload technology white papers with content that is irrelevant and poorly structured for the reader's interest. These bloated documents can mean not only diminished marketing results, but also a missed opportunity for delivering the information prospects seek. white papers that don't contain enough technical information are more likely to disappoint than those that possess too much.". Avoid throat-clearing text. This content may seem like necessary stage-setting or a way to ease into the main text. Narrative text. MORE >>
WRITESPARK Four Tips to Guarantee Freelancer Websites Deliver Great Results (Guest Post)
| TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2013
expert) and Chicago Manual of Style-freak who dabbles in social media
, works in. availability of the material or a concurrent social media
push? A note from Janice: I know that not every technology company has the budget to hire a freelance technical copywriter with my depth of subject knowledge, writing skill, and marketing savvy. For these companies, the freelance marketplace sites can be a good way to find writers for less-demanding content projects. But using these sites can be overwhelming and nonproductive if not approached carefully. The current. effectiveness. In the. MORE >>
WRITESPARK The Value of LTRs with Freelance Copywriters
| TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2010
And perhaps the greatest benefits of a LTR: Cost-effective projects, faster schedules, and easier reviews as the writer needs to spend less time in developing your content and can apply knowledge across multiple documents and media
. One thing that makes me the most proud about my business as a freelance technology writer is the long-term relationships or LTRs I have developed with many clients. Month after month, year after year, they come back to me with new assignments. And over time, they have come to trust me with the most highly visible and sensitive marketing communications. MORE >>
WRITESPARK When the Draft has "Problems"
| TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2008
. WriteSpark Tech Marcom Insights. Ideas and Resources for Technology Marketing Communications and Public Relations from Janice King, freelance high tech copywriter and author, Copywriting That Sells High Tech. Case Studies. Content Marketing. Sales Materials. White Papers. Working with Writers. « Technical Writer or Technical Copywriter? Whats the Difference? Conference Focuses on Making the Most of Customer References » When the Draft has "Problems". "It has problems, let’s talk." Strategy #1. What is the problem, really? Strategy #2. TrackBack. MORE >>
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- New FTC Disclosure Guidelines for Testimonials and Endorsements WRITESPARK | WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2009
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