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Implement Persona-Driven Marketing

April 5, 2021 - Content Marketing

Content marketing should be architected around personas, not your brand. Some content marketing can be cut and dried. You can create content about yourself for self-promotion. Or, you can create content for SEO, serving clicks simply to increase traffic, irrespective of the value of your…

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Preventing Multiple Persona Disorder

April 5, 2021 - Content Marketing

When written for everyone, your copy has multiple persona disorder and therefore resonates with no one. For your copy to succeed, however, it should have the content your leads and customers want. To avoid multiple persona disorder, you must craft content for a specific type…

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Bridging the Communication Gap Between Business and Development Teams

March 29, 2021 - Business Psychology

Three things in life seem universally certain: death, taxes, and the great communication gap that forms between business and development teams. Despite the importance of collaboration between the two, this disconnect between front-of-house sales and marketing or engineering teams occurs even in the most forward-thinking…

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how much does original blog content cost?

March 28, 2021 - Practitioner Marketing

Fixate created this awesome infographic that represents an ROI calculation for in-house content versus influencer-generated content from an agency such as ourselves. Note the magnitude of difference in cost. Many think that creating content in-house results in a greater ROI. In actuality, investing in influencer-generated…

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Digital Events Failing? Add Content Marketing

September 27, 2020 - Content Marketing

Like most marketing teams these days, you’ve probably pivoted to a digital event strategy in response to the pandemic. Digital events fail though, if they don’t generate engagement. In this post we look at how content marketing can maximize the impact and extend the life…

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Why Technical Content Marketing Beats Face-to-Face Sales

March 31, 2020 - Practitioner Marketing

They say nothing beats face-to-face communication. In general, that may be true. But when it comes to technical sales – selling to a technical audience – we beg to differ. When used the right way, quality technical content can have even more of an impact…

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In Content Marketing, Waterfall Works

July 11, 2019 - Practitioner Marketing

“Waterfall” in the tech world has become synonymous with antiquated processes and lack of execution. So it might seem strange that a content marketing agency like us, who specifically serves tech vendors, champions waterfall content creation processes. The reason is, it’s what works, and we…

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How Do You Market To Developers? Trick Question! You Don’t

May 2, 2019 - Marketing to Developers

I’m a Millennial. If you’ve ever read anything about us, it should be automatically implied that we don’t like being sold to. We inherently don’t trust corporations. And the brands we do like are pretty high quality in that they provide an impeccable service or…

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Who we compete with

April 18, 2019 - Business Psychology

When you are shopping vendors, knowing their competition is helpful — Maybe not in the large company procurement sort of way, but in understanding the ecosystem and the nuances between offerings. This is especially true when investigating an agency, where the advantages can be highly…

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Humor in Marketing is No Laughing Matter

April 16, 2019 - Content Marketing

Let ‘er Rip! Let Flatulence Keep Your Content Fresh. Why use humor in marketing? Because it’s fun, dammit!! It turns out there are MUCH better reasons then your own enjoyment (but I think that should factor in – what you enjoy, you tend to put more…

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