From the death of websites to Facebook’s lack of reach – content marketing trends

From the death of websites to Facebook’s lack of reach – content marketing trends

Improved virtual assistants could sound death-knell for traditional website model We’ve made some pretty bold claims about voice activated search and digital personal assistants at Write My Site. But this one’s set to be a chart-topper. What if the likes of Siri, Cortana, Google Now et al weren’t just set to grow (stay with me…

From Twitter updates to artisanal content – content marketing trends

From Twitter updates to artisanal content – content marketing trends

More space for content on Twitter This week, Twitter revealed that @-replies and media attachments would no longer eat into the platform’s famous 140-character per post limit. The social media leviathan also announced that it would be enabling users to retweet and quote from their own tweets without the need to count their characters. But,…

From your content calendar to resurgent email marketing – content marketing trends

From your content calendar to resurgent email marketing – content marketing trends

Why your content calendar should include event coverage Two complementary yet slightly contradictory statistics have been released that will be a joy for content marketers who’ve been slow on the uptake and haven’t yet written up their annual content calendar. Research from thenextweb.com has found that spontaneous content relating to events that unfold live (such as news,…

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