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4 Mobile Search Marketing Strategies for Manufacturers

With over 80% of internet users now owning a smartphone, more and more searches are being conducted via mobile devices. In fact, according to a study commissioned by Google, 42% of B2B researchers now use mobile for the purchase process. Suffice it to say, if you have a poor search marketing strategy for mobile then you might as well shut down shop and ferry your prospects to your competitors' doors.Read More >>

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Another Road to Content Globalization

An announcement made the headlines just a few days ago that could help recalibrate and accelerate globalization in a sustainable way. China announced it was going to invest $124 billion in order to strengthen the new Silk Road (also know as One Belt, One Road) aiming to boost global development, trade, and cooperation. Read More >>

Content Quality in Devolved Authoring Environments

In the beginning, there was the word. It wasn't content managed. There was no HTML. There were no templates, no workflows, and no CMSs. Things were easy. But then there was a paragraph, a heading; there were links, images, and interactive content. Before long, things got complicated. Updating words, webpages, and websites became hard work.Read More >>

Gen Z is Not into Your Digital Ads: Here’s What to Do About It

Here's a worrisome thought for marketers that can keep you up at night: Gen Z—a key demographic born between the mid-1990s and early 2000s—comprises 27% of the global population, commands $44 billion in purchasing power, and represents the first true generation of digital natives. But your efforts to reach them via digital ads could fail miserably, new research suggests.Read More >>

Talking with Trendsetters: David Hamlin, Executive Producer, VRtually There

Virtual reality is becoming … well … reality, thanks to a host of new tools and people willing to test the limits of what the technology is capable of—and what the audience expects. Nowhere is that more true than at USA TODAY's VRtually There, a weekly news show done entirely in virtual reality (VR). David Hamlin is part of the team that makes the show possible.Read More >>

Three Lessons from Streaming Media East for Any Content Provider

Video is an increasingly important part of content strategies. Whether you're the editor of a news site or a content marketer, your audience wants video—and there is no place like Streaming Media East to learn about the business and technology of video. But after a day's worth of sessions, I came away with three tips that any publisher can apply to their content.Read More >>

Mezzetta: A Case of Influencer Engagement

Despite its long history, Mezzetta had not spent much time thinking about marketing. For much of its existence, the company had been focused on manufacturing and sales. But after hiring two new marketing employees, Mezzetta was ready to bring its products to a wider audience. With such a small team, content creation proved to be one of the biggest marketing challenges. Mezzetta needed help creating enough content to get its products in front of the masses—and so it decided working with influencers may be the best bet.Read More >>

Localizing Your Campaign: How to Break into a New Market

When a company is looking to expand globally, the challenges of localizing content are magnified. Many organizations underestimate the difficulty and the importance of localizing campaigns for new markets. To avoid this, marketers should ensure that each step of the localization process is picked through with a fine-tooth comb so that nothing is missed.Read More >>

How Virtual and Augmented Reality Ads Improve Consumer Engagement

In an increasingly competitive and fragmented age for electronic content providers, publishers might want to consider seeking revenue solutions less in the real world than in the virtual world. Rolling out virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) content is a good start—but especially for those digital content players that lack the resources to provide such immersive digital consumables today, hosting and creating short-form VR and AR ads may prove to be a more winning strategy in the near future.Read More >>

An Interview with Joshua Solomon, Product Manager for Integrations, Lingotek

On a typical day, Solomon meets with clients, agency partners, content platform providers, and internal Lingotek departments to gather use cases, weigh priorities, and create requirements for development. "I find ways to connect Lingotek's advanced translation technology and network of professional translators to the people creating content across the globe," he says.Read More >>

Are You Publishing Your Content in the Right Places?

You may have developed a quality piece of content, but if it doesn't reach the right people, it will never have the influence you want. The mark of a great blogger or content manager is knowing where to publish a piece of content for maximum exposure.Read More >>
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