Why it’s time for copywriters to stop listening to marketers and go to study writing
Recently on Facebook, I came across a comment by a guy. Its meaning is as follows: copywriters are stupid and do not know marketing, content marketers are stupid and do…

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How and why to build a community around a brand
The community is a well-forgotten old story about bringing people together with similar values. Closed clubs, subcultural groups, fans - communities existed long before marketers and PR specialists adopted this…

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Internet Handwriting: 7 Tips For Those Who Want To Be “Their Own” Online
On the Internet, you can be anyone and anytime. You can like cats (or even be them), listen to birdsong or look for someone who is wrong. But no matter…

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How to make TK on content and not screw it up

TK is always a sore subject, no matter what area we talk about. Based on my personal experience, I can note that 90% of clients from small and medium-sized businesses do not even have an idea about how to correctly fill out an agency brief or draw up a competent ToR. Clients from large businesses usually approach this issue more formally, but not always – more deliberately.

Let’s try to figure out which key points should be highlighted in the terms of reference, so that the output will be such a unit of content that will serve the general goals of marketing, and not only please the customer’s eye and the performer’s pride. Continue reading

why cold calls to foreign bases are ineffective

When I was at university, my girlfriends pulled a queen of course notebook. Her name was Nastya. She was not only famous in the group, but also worked part time in advertising and was familiar with famous personalities and simply promising young people. In her notebook Nastya wrote down all the phone numbers of many acquaintances.

The girlfriends decided that they had found the treasure. Before a whole group of princes, they were separated by one step – a phone call. They even squealed with anticipation of communication.

And so, they chose a day, everyone gathered in the room, drawn lots, who would call someone and started to study. The purpose was to get to know Continue reading

how the audience consumes content

This topic was discussed everywhere: on the Internet, in bars, at meetings. They wrote articles on it and spread rumors. The heated debate did not subside. Most beginners listened to the advice of seasoned ones. It was believed that there was a standard to be followed.

Everyone wanted to know how best: in numbers, in detail. No one wanted to be wrong. There were also curious researchers who sacrificed their time and performed experiments, the data of which were then tabulated and shared secretly with friends if they thought they had significant results. Or they shared their findings to a wide audience if they wanted fame. Continue reading

What to write on the company’s blog: a detailed guide to 15 types of posts
What content boosts sales, how to make it, and what pitfalls. Amazon, NBC, GM, HP, founder of the marketing start-up, and Neil Patel, founder of KISSmetrics, give tips on how…

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Why it’s time for copywriters to stop listening to marketers and go to study writing
Recently on Facebook, I came across a comment by a guy. Its meaning is as follows: copywriters are stupid and do not know marketing, content marketers are stupid and do…

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You need a content strategy, not a Facebook strategy
Recently it became known that after six months of testing, Facebook is finally launching Graph Search, a new search engine. So far we are talking only about the USA, but…

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Content marketing is dead. Meet: performance marketing performance
In times of crisis and the rapid tightening of budget nuts in Digital, most of the money is allocated towards understandable and predictable tools, such as marketing performance, when the…

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