Content Marketing

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...

Nonprofit marketing: Success with social marketing

Nonprofit marketing: marketing for a good cause

Nonprofit organizations use advertising to successfully market their products. In contrast to profit organizations, however, they are not interested in big money, but in the successful outcome of their social project. Advertising for a good cause – that’s nonprofit marketing. However, there is still competition in this market. Here we explain what nonprofit marketing is, and how to make your own...

Storytelling tools at a glance

Storytelling tools – how digital storytelling works

Good digital storytelling is the focus of new marketing strategies and content design. Stories that are told online should be exciting, vivid, and above all, multimedia-rich. A large number of storytelling tools are now available, which means that multimedia stories can be achieved without the need for in-depth technical knowledge and financial resources. We explain which storytelling tools are...

How to write a briefing

How to write a briefing that results in the perfect text

If you commission someone to write copy, a copywriter briefing is the most important tool for communicating your ideas and specifications. Good text briefings are clear, precise, and highlight the most important content and key points of the commissioned text in such a way that writers can execute the assignments well. This step-by-step guide lays out which sub-items are essential to writing a...

Multichannel marketing

Everything you need to know about multichannel marketing

Multichannel, crosschannel, omnichannel – there are many terms for the multi-track form of marketing, but they all mean the same thing to a limited extent. This is why the first concept can be described as the evolutionary precursor of the other two. The “multi” in “multichannel strategy” doesn’t include all channels like omnichannel marketing does. These are not necessarily linked, as is the case...

Omnichannel marketing: definition and strategies

What is omnichannel marketing?

The definition of omnichannel marketing sounds simple: customers use multiple channels that enable them to seamlessly purchase a product or use a service. They are then supported by dialogue marketing and encouraged to make further purchases. Omnichannel is the new buzzword and many sales models such as 'click and collect' have long since become part of their customers’ everyday lives. But how...

Comparing the most popular Content Creation tools

10 Content Curation Tools at a glance

The internet is made up of a lot of content, to say the least. If you want to filter out the most interesting posts for your customers, and curate content efficiently, you need the help of specialized tools. These range from simple, small browser extensions to comprehensive, all-in-one solutions. In addition to the price, the range of functions should really be what you make your choice based on:...

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.

PR nightmares | Stirring up a digital frenzy

PR nightmares: when complaints go viral

With the prominence of social media and viral videos and posts, PR nightmares can occur far faster and on a far larger scale than ever before. These are caused by a flood of negative comments on social networks or websites, resulting in a large crowd of people turning against individuals, corporations or organizations. Dissatisfied consumers target social media channels to put pressure on...

Facebook Lead Ads

Facebook lead ads: gain valuable data, and new customers!

Whether contact data for more newsletter registrations or demographic information for individual customers: with the Facebook lead ads format, you will be able to collect valuable user information. The trick: based on the user profile, Facebook automatically completes a question form so that impatient users do not have to enter the data manually. Interested parties only need two clicks to...