Content Marketing

How to integrate a Facebook like/share button

The Facebook like button: how to embed social plugins

If you believe Facebook’s statistics, then users who regularly use the like button have more than twice the amount of friends as typical Facebook users. They also click on around 5 times as many external links. In order to reach such active users, it’s recommendable that companies implement what’s known as social plugins, designed to bring the famous interactive like and share buttons directly...

Jekyll: the basic framework for web projects without databases

Jekyll – the practical generator for static websites

If you want to create a blog or a website, you can choose from numerous help packages such as website construction kits or content management systems. However, these complete packages often prove to be far too extensive for many projects. The website generator, Jekyll, which is closely linked to the developer platform, GitHub, proves that simple web presences can also be created with few functions...

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 markup 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.

The most important Google updates at a glance

From Panda to Penguin: the main Google updates at a glance

It took less than two decades for Google to rise to power. The search engine giant determines what can be found online and decides whether web projects are successful or not. If you want to appear at the top of the search results, you have to abide by Google’s guidelines – even those that are regularly changed and continually tweaked through algorithm updates. Here are the main Google updates of...

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...

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...

CMS comparison: A review of the best platforms

CMS comparison 2020: The 5 most popular open source systems

Range of functions, ease of use, and technical aspects: If you’re searching for the right content management system (CMS) for your website, many factors must be taken into consideration. Worlds lie between a small blog and a huge company website, but sometimes the same system is behind both. The market for open source solutions of the CMS variety is huge. Among the best known are WordPress, TYPO3,...

Second screen for online advertising

Second screen: when one simply isn’t enough

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 concretely is the simultaneous usage of multiple devices. Both television broadcasters as well as advertisers seek to use this advertising channel to their advantage for winning over potential customers. Find out...


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