Content Marketing

snackable 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 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

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...

Creating a Wikipedia page

Have you ever toyed with the idea of creating your own Wikipedia entry? There are certain criteria Wikipedia requires in order to publish an article – and to ensure that content is fact-based, new entries are extensively checked by Wikipedia editors. Learn how to make your own Wikipedia page, and reduce the risk of your article being deleted.

Omnichannel marketing: definition and strategies

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

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 does content marketing work?

Informative, creative, and adapted to the users’ needs: that’s how all advertising should be. But in reality, it’s a different story. People have grown sick and tired of traditional marketing methods, having developed the ability to ignore even the most aggressive forms of advertising. The solution: offer the customer information and high-quality content in order to transform them from a reader...

Native advertising: the right context

Unlike traditional online advertisements, native ads are designed with both their target groups as well as the context in which they are to appear in mind. Native advertising is most commonly implemented within editorial contexts. Here, it’s important for ads to blend in with their natural surroundings as much as possible. And while this type of advertising needs to be labeled as such, it...

How to embed a video with HTML

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.

Content marketing in B2B: finding the right strategies

Content marketing has arrived in the B2B sector. However, a successful B2B content marketing strategy differs fundamentally from those used by B2C companies. The target group is demanding, potential customers are most likely specialists in their field of expertise, and they make their decisions based on facts, figures, and pragmatic principles. This poses very specific challenges for B2B content...