By SearchEnginePeople.com – Image Not Credited
If you subscribe to at least one good marketing news site, you’re well aware that everyone is still blogging to promote their products, services, and companies.
What I want to look at in what follows are some of the trends that we’re likely to see happen, or which will continue into this year. I’ve been going through numerous surveys from the last quarter of 2016 and the first of 2017, focusing on content marketing and blogging, to see what trends seem to be on the rise and relevant this year. I’ve selected what I think are some of the more pertinent stats on blogging, but for a more in-depth view, you might explore the data reports I’ve linked to.
By Christine McGuigan – Silicon Prairie News – Photo Not Credited
PowerPost, an innovative social media marketing agency, is transforming content marketing through their online software that automates content distribution and transforms brands into power publishers.
PowerPost’s services allow clients to quickly post targeted content across popular channels. Brands can use PowerPost’s software tools and write their own content, or they can have PowerPost create it for them.
“We call it PowerPublishing. It’s a next-generation content automation tool. It’s supplemented by a service component that’s very unique,” said Dan Curran, PowerPost Founder and President. “This service component right now is almost 40 journalists that are on staff and designers that help tell brand stories.”
By Chris Wood – Builder News – Photo Republic Property Group
If there’s one advantage MPCs have over traditional housing developments, it’s a buyer brand awareness that comes from sheer size alone.
Republic Property Group’s Walsh community in Fort Worth, Texas, eventually will feature 15,000 homes and is now completing phase one models from David Weekley Homes, Drees Custom Homes, HGC Residential, Highland Homes, Toll Brothers, and Village Homes. Total traditional advertising budget as the MPC launches into a decades-long sales effort? Zero dollars.
Miljana Mitic, VP Marketing at Goodvidio discusses integration of tools for effectively automating marketing; using martech to identify tactics that best resonate with prospects and turning every point of friction into an opportunity. Miljana has a PhD in Social Media Marketing, enjoys reading and baking and can speak four languages.
1. Could you tell me a little about yourself and how you came to be the VP Marketing at Goodvidio?
I’ve been with Goodvidio since its inception in late 2014. Prior to that, I was working at a B2B company which was designing and selling bespoke items for luxury hotels and restaurants, where I was in charge of inbound channels and content marketing.