Archive for the ‘Content Generation’ Category

Blogging: Let’s Call it White Paper-ing So Industrial Companies Will Get It

I’ve been talking about blogging in the ISA Automation Marketing & Sales Group on LinkedIn with Kerry O’Malley and Jim Cahill. The issue is, why do so many industrial companies not get the importance of blogging? Maybe it’s the terminology? How about if we call it “newsletter-ing” or “white paper-ing“? Would companies then realize how […]

What’s New: Inbound Marketing, Choice-Based Impressions, Content Marketing

It’s always interesting to watch marketing organizations and ad agencies scramble to apply the practices they preach to clients on their own businesses. –> Find a customer problem, provide a unique way to solve it, develop differentiated messaging, and spread the word. The big challenge in the 21st Century is that we have to figure […]

Content Sharing – What goes where?

A couple of weeks ago, there was a discussion on the ISA Marketing & Sales Summit LinkedIn Group about content sharing. The problem was that management wanted to see more information being shared in social networks, but really, is posting a press release really that effective? Sure you can check off that you shared it, […]

Pinterest? Are You Kidding? Focus til You Get Social Marketing Right

I just saw another Tweet about how Pinterest isn’t only for consumer marketers. Give me a break. Have you seen the state of tech / industrial social marketing? There’s no way most companies should be jumping on Pinterest yet…they’re still trying to get their blogging and YouTube acts together. If you don’t have good content […]