#ContentCatchUp: Week 37, 2019
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#ContentCatchUp: Week 37, 2019

Author: Robin Powell | Posted on: 11 September 2019

Every day, my Ember Television colleagues and I scour the internet for the very best articles on marketing, content and social media. These are the latest articles to catch our attention.




Three simple questions to ask before devising a content marketing strategy (Jodi Harris)

Why having a niche is arguably more important now than it's ever been (Tim Dunton)

Strategic marketing lessons from The Princess Bride (Carol Phillips)

Three possible reasons why you aren’t getting more traffic (Izea)

Curating content can be even more valuable than creating your own (Adviser 2.0)

Video content

How to use stock footage more effectively (Tubular Insights)

The place for long-form documentaries in content marketing strategies (Ember Television)

Social media

How to have authentic conversations with your consumers (Mark Schaefer)

Where you might bet going wrong on LinkedIn (Carlos Gil)

How to host a successful Twitter chat (Maurice Rahmey)



Is your SEO strategy ten years out of date? (Rebecca Sentence) 

Are you paying attention to long-tail keywords and asking enough questions? (Manish Dudharejia)

Why having a product page is so important (Edwin Toonen) 


And finally...

If you missed our series on the real Peaky Blinders, here's the complete playlist:

Discovering the Real Peaky Blinders (Ember Television)


ROBIN POWELL is the founder of Ember Regis Group. You can find him on Twitter @RobinJPowell.

If we at Ember Television can help you with any aspect of your content marketing, why not get in touch? We'd be delighted to help you.

Author: Robin Powell

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Robin worked for many years as a television journalist with ITV, Sky and the BBC. He is the founder of Ember Regis Group and heads up Regis Media, a niche provider of content marketing for financial advice firms. He blogs as The Evidence-Based Investor and also works as a consultant to disruptive companies in the financial services sector. https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=45830333&snapshotID=&authType=name&authToken=6sSD&ref=NUS&trk=NUS-body-member-name https://twitter.com/ember_robin https://plus.google.com/114307932267328112195/posts
#ContentCatchUp: Week 37, 2019



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