Why Tourism Brands Should Avoid Hyperlapse Videos in Their Content Marketing

Instagram's new Hyperlapse IOS app is taking the tourism content marketing world by storm. Heck, it's got everyone's attention. Almost overnight (after its release) my Facebook feed switched from a never ending stream of ice bucket challenges to … [Read more...]

Using Aikido Selling To Close Sales with Self-Educating Buyers

The reason your sales prospects love all the free, helpful content marketing you create is because they end up using it against you. Self-educating buyers are using Google Searches and your (and your competitors') digital content marketing efforts to … [Read more...]

Is There A Difference Between Authority and Fame?

Last week while driving my six year old son to camp, he asked me an interesting question.  "Dad, how do you become famous?" I responded that you do something notable and worthy. He then went on to ask me to define worthy. Which I defined is … [Read more...]

Are You Creating Content For Conversions or The Converted?

While watching Luke Bryan, the headliner closing act on Saturday night, at the 2014 Bayou Country Fest I was struck by two things. First, his pandering techniques (to get the crowd into the show) and second, the number of folks heading for the doors … [Read more...]

Six Reasons You Need To Stop Focusing on Click-Thru Data

There is a scary trend rolling through the digital domain. A trend that if left unchecked, will lead to failed content marketing and lead generation programs. Yet, as you read posts penned by content marketing agencies and lead generation thought … [Read more...]