Content repurposing is a way of creating new varieties of content by recycling the existing ones as the main backbone.
As we’ve laid out in our article “History of Content Marketing: The First Wave,” even before “content marketing” was a thing, Johnson & Johnson already knew how to play the game by distributing free content to educate its customers and boost product sales. Now that’s exactly what e-books nowadays are trying to do.
Since the earliest days, content marketing is all about creating compelling content to persuade customers how a product or a service can add extra value to their lives.
The online gambling industry is a very fast-paced, competitive world. In order to penetrate foreign markets, iGaming operators need to deliver what local customers want, in a way they want it before their competitors do. That’s why a lot of major online gambling websites are now building a strong online presence on main social media…
How often have you found yourself really amazed by reading the information that is not valid anymore? The answer is probably “Never.”
Pinterest is a visually appealing online pinboard platform where people come to seek inspiration and discover new ideas. Some content marketers undermine Pinterest as just another social media platform.