Like many others, I get dozens of emails a day.
I’m willing to bet that you, as a marketer, you have experience with email marketing and SEO. If you’re a beginner, you’ve at least heard of both strategies and maybe done a bit of research into them.
Looking to grow your company’s reach? Education marketing is the answer. Here, you can grow demand for your product, services, or institutions as more people choose online education. The data speaks loudly: The global e-learning industry is set to reach $457.8 billion by 2026.
A car fire ignited a viral marketing moment for the Stanley brand.
Conversion copywriters — the people who write landing page copy that converts readers and delivers sales — are wonderful human beings. Their writing pulls in readers, generates conversions, and ultimately produces buckets of cash.
Wouldn’t you like to have that skill?
X (formerly Twitter), with its 237.8 million daily active users, is a platform with a ton of potential for companies to increase awareness and build their brand personality. In recent years, big names like Netflix, Wendy’s, and Taco Bell have become X famous for their witty commentary and personable interactions with their followers.
Many of us have been there with the cup of noodles diet when money is tight.
User-generated content (UGC) has become increasingly important over the past few years.
Good writing matters in marketing. Being able to articulate ideas clearly is vital to capturing the attention of prospects. Let’s take a call-to-action (CTA) as an example.
Just last week, I purchased a yoga mat after seeing a sponsored post on Instagram from fitness influencer Cassey Ho.