Tag: content marketing for public affairs

Essentials of Content Marketing #3: An editorial calendar

While many business have turned to content marketing as a means to attract new clients or customers — some have not adopted one of the most essential elements of these efforts — an editorial calendar. As Sydney […]

8 reasons why your business should outsource digital marketing

Many business would benefit a great deal from outsourcing some or all of their digital marketing efforts — as these efforts are complicated and require specialized expertise.  A recent series of articles provides some of the best […]

Essentials of Content Marketing Part #2: Research

This post is the second in a series dedicated to examining the components of content marketing.  In the first post in the series, strategy was examined.  This post discusses the importance of research and identifies some important […]

Essentials of Content Marketing Part #1: Strategy

The ascendance of content marketing More and more companies are now utilizing the internet as a means by which to communicate with key audiences.  And this communication is commonly referred to as content marketing.  Content marketing utilizes […]

Companies that publish are growing at “breakneck speed”

Companies that publish are growing at “breakneck speed”, according to Neil Patel, in a recent article in Inc.   As Patel detailed: “Companies that defy expectations, disrupt industries, and forge an indelible presence” are achieving that growth. […]

4 essential qualities of an excellent Public Affairs content writer

As online communications continue to disrupt traditional industries, so too are they impacting both the practice of Public Affairs advocacy, as well as the ability of advisors to attract and retain new clients. Importantly, communications have now […]

Why it’s important for professional services firms to develop thought leadership

Companies are turning to online sources of information when seeking to be educated buyers of consulting services, according to an article by Braden Kelley.  It is vital, therefore, as Mark Clemente details, for firms to seek to […]

Business professionals: Why and how to become a regular news commentator

Whether you’re in corporate management, a lawyer or other professional – becoming a regular news commentator can be very helpful to the success of your business. Many will be familiar with leading lawyers or corporate CEO’s who […]

How Public Affairs advisors can utilize social media to reach a global audience

Social Media provides “an endlessly scalable platform for broadcasting messages to mass audiences”, according to Ryan Holmes (@invoker), CEO of HootSuite, in a recent article on the World Economic Forum website.  Holmes also noted that while many CEO’s […]

White Papers: A top tactic for B2B lead-generation

Content marketing comes in a variety of forms.  Notably, however, white papers and sponsored emails are the “two top tactics for B2B lead-generation”, according to a Business.com report published in 2013, which Matt McGee (@mattmcgee) detailed in MarketingLand.com.  Of […]

Social media savvy writers in demand in a digital age

Companies are increasingly seeing digital engagement and attracting and retaining the talent needed to accomplish this goal — as integral to their future growth, as McKinsey recently outlined in a report entitled:   Cracking the digital code: McKinsey […]