New video: Building trust with content marketing
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New video: Building trust with content marketing

Author: Sam Lewis | Posted on: 17 February 2017

Here’s the next episode of the One-Minute Content Marketer.

I show an approach we’ve found helpful when putting together content strategies. It’s a helpful starting point but it can also be a great source of inspiration if you need to come up with ideas for new content.

The thinking behind this video is based on a study by Prof. Paul Carlile of Boston University. You can read more about it in this article, including the story of how it transformed (see what I did there?) the engineering and design teams at a large automotive company.

And if you missed Robin’s One-Minute Content Marketer series on the science of persuasion, you can watch them here:

A content marketer's guide to the psychology of persuasion

1) Reciprocation

2) Social proof

3) Commitment and consistency

4) Liking

5) Authority

6) Scarcity

Author: Sam Lewis

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Sam is a Senior Producer at Ember Television. As well as working with clients across a diverse range of sectors from around the world, he has a particular interest in technology and creative ideas - especially when the two combine. Sam has lived in Birmingham since graduating with an MA with distinction from the University of Birmingham.
New video: Building trust with content marketing



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