Is your content underperforming? 5 common mistakes to avoid

It takes time to become established as a thought leader through inbound marketing. After a piece of content has been published it needs to be distributed, read and shared. It is a process that takes time and realistically you cannot expect an instant success of your published content. If you have been going at it for a while, without getting the expected ROI, the sad truth may be though your content will never create the intended impact. So what can you do to improve your results?

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Top 10 tips for creating engaging video content online

If you can only add one more thing to your inbound content mix, you should focus on video. According to Cisco, video will represent 79% of all Internet traffic by 2020 and it is already the fastest growing content format online by far. YouTube is increasingly used as a search engine, and as such has become the second largest search engine after Google.

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7 tips for proofreading blog posts

I’m sure you have experienced the happy feeling of relief when having finished writing a blog post? All the time spent on research, formulating every sentence, and choosing the right images for the post is behind you and finally, you are done! But wait—a very important step remains before you can publish the post; proofreading! 

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How to pull off the perfect photo/video production

In a previous blog post ‘Inspiring content that triggers personas’, I wrote about the importance of creating content that feels engaging—the emotional side of content that help building a likeable brand. In this blog post I’m writing about the rational side, which will help you get in control before starting off a complex photo or video production.

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‘Just go home and sleep!’ – or how to break a creative block

You know the feeling. The deadline is approaching extremely fast. You can’t even relax for a second to get into a state of creative Zen. When you are under time pressure, to come up with even a half decent idea often feels like being stuck between a rock and a hard place.

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