Posts By: Moreish

How to develop a content marketing strategy

noticeboard with a sign saying 'content strategy' We often refer to an inbound content marketing strategy as hiring a 24/7 sales person who doesn’t sleep, who never actually tries to sell but has loads of people calling and enquiring months, even years, after communicating. It’s not surprising therefore that content marketing is becoming increasingly important in a company’s overall marketing strategy, especially... Read more »

Is it time to pull the trigger on marketing personas?

Have we got marketing personas all wrong?

Persona development in marketing a really important. They’re a great way to make you think about your target audience in greater depth. But sometimes we need to approach them differently. Think about yourself as a persona for a second. (Because we can all be sure that someone in some marketing department somewhere is trying to… Read more »

What makes content great

image of cup with napkin saying 'great content' Content marketing is an increasingly important part of a company’s inbound marketing strategy, with companies now spending an average 30-40% of their total marketing budget on it. And for financial services it is even more important, as it can help to build trust between your customer and your brand/ product. With such a large spend... Read more »

Marketing 101= ‘Quit your Jibba Jabba’

How to simplify your marketing message

When Stephen Hawkins successfully summarised the history of the universe in 236 pages for his book, ‘A Brief History of Time’, he broke records by occupying the UK best-sellers list for 234 days. Hawkins shocked academic doubters by proving how well non genius’ respond to complex information put simply. It begs to reason that if the history of Earth… Read more »

Social Media: If Life is a dance floor, don’t do the robot

Find your tone of voice for social media

5 Ways To Be Human Online

Recently something awkward happened. Sitting on a characteristically cramped train to Waterloo my eyes made contact with a complete stranger. I know what you are thinking, how reckless of me, and well I don’t know- it just happened. Of course I sought to rectify my feckless actions with respectfully averting my eyes away immediately, as did my victim. Ok so sure, I am being a bit dramatic, but the revelation remained- if it is such an infraction to look at another stranger how much more taboo is it to speak to them in person? It seems the new golden rule is- Love thy neighbour, just don’t talk to them directly- or make eye contact on The Tube… Oh God no.

It was not, of course, always this way, as I am sure your nana loves telling you. There was a time when our main interaction was face to face. Now, wait hold the phone, in fact I will… because that device in your hand is actually what has made us this way.