The Value of Visual Content in Business Writing

  Image Credit: FreeDigitalPhotos.net   We live in a visual society – from television ads, to billboards, pictures can communicate a message instantly. The popular phrase is that a picture is worth a thousand words, and while a thousand words may be a jumbled message in terms of your content marketing and business writing, visual …

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Recycle, Reduce, Reuse: How to Repurpose Online Content

When creating a content marketing strategy, one of the biggest factors marketers have to deal with is having to consistently come up with unique, engaging content that has online longevity and relevance. Although content creation is an important part of an online strategy and making sure your recent posts have that “WOW” factor is key, …

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Why Your Business Blog Needs Evergreen Content

We’ve already established that blogging is an integral part of any business’ content marketing strategy, but once you decide to start blogging, how do you determine the type of content your business blog should publish? As content creators, we at Nao Media know that there’s no one answer to that question. There’s a myriad of possibilities of what type of content …

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Blog Tribes: Supporting via Social Media and Building Community

If you’re blogging without a tribe, there’s a good chance you’re wasting your time… and wasting time sucks. It was only a couple months ago that I was sitting at my computer, blogging my little heart out, proudly posting, promoting my content via social media and noticing no results. ::Crickets:: I wasn’t building community. Being …

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5 Reasons Why Universities Need A Social Media Plan

Consumer Driven Professionals in the field define social media as “…a group of Internet-based applications that build on the ideological and technological foundations of Web 2.0, and that allow the creation and exchange of user-generated content.” In terms of business, this means that the consumer generates much of the content on the Internet through blogs, social networking, and other …

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