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How to Increase Your YouTube Engagement by 374% [Infographic ]

How to Increase Your YouTube Engagement by 374% [Infographic ] | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it

In order to teach you how to maximize your YouTube traffic and engagement, Neil Patel has created an infographic that breaks down exactly what you need to do.

 

As a marketer, you should consider leveraging YouTube. Even if you don’t have the time to create videos, you can still use other videos within the network.

 


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As much as I dislike info graphics that require an endless scroll down, the content is very useful here. Thanks for sharing this.

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Taking Care of Small Business: 5 Questions with GoDaddy CMO Barb Rechterman - brandchannel.com

Taking Care of Small Business: 5 Questions with GoDaddy CMO Barb Rechterman - brandchannel.com | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
Taking Care of Small Business: 5 Questions with GoDaddy CMO Barb Rechterman brandchannel.com brandchannel chatted with Barb Rechterman, GoDaddy's Chief Marketing Officer, to learn more about the brand's evolving image (check out its new logo...
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Good interview. Staying focused on the customer is always a good idea. 

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Branding Roundtable No. 4: How Branding Agencies Brand Themselves

Branding Roundtable No. 4: How Branding Agencies Brand Themselves | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
The fourth edition of The Branding Roundtable finds eight branding agencies from around the world describing their branding process and their own brand. (Branding Roundtable No.
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This is worth scanning and noting whether the agencies are really successful at differentiating themselves.

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Why Brands Must Inspire by Intention, or Face Expiration | ogilvydo.com

Why Brands Must Inspire by Intention, or Face Expiration | ogilvydo.com | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
Key to a Healthy Brand 3 – why intention matters on the new frontier of Brand (Digging @Ogilvy's "identity as brand" framework http://t.co/zTF6xERKkH)...
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Companies that inspire by intention do have loyal audiences, but I am afraid that companies who do not truly care about their audiences still thrive. Microsoft, Comcast and Blue Cross/Blue Shield are all doing very well.

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Translating a Brand Slogan | Smoke & Croak

Exporting your brand to a new market? Should you translate your brand's slogan? This article looks at when and how you should translate your slogan.
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Good, sound advice that too many companies don't follow. Poorly translated tag lines do make great stories to share, from Coca Cola's "Bite the Wax Tadpole" to "Parker pens won't make you pregnant."

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Six More Media and Marketing Buzzwords That Must Die

Six More Media and Marketing Buzzwords That Must Die | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
the people -- ad age readers -- have spoken, and you want more marketingspeak put on death row.
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Yes, kill them before I find myself using one of them...again.

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Meet Generation Z: Forget Everything You Learned About Millenials - Social Media Week

Meet Generation Z: Forget Everything You Learned About Millenials - Social Media Week | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
“This is the first time in history kids know more than adults about something really important to society — maybe the most important thing.” That’s how author Don Tapscott describes Generation Z.
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We all hope that each new generation impacting the world will be smarter than the last. Good to hear than Gen Z has a heart too. The problem is, what will we call the next generation? We've gotten to the end of the alphabet.

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Why B2B companies shouldn't skip Video Marketing-Infographic | Position²

Why B2B companies shouldn't skip Video Marketing-Infographic | Position² | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it

 

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Nice info graphic. This will be great to share with many technologists in Silicon Valley who don't believe B2B companies watch videos for business. And they'll tell you this as they are watching a video. (-:

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Gary McRae's curator insight, July 29, 11:00 PM

Am I the only one who likes how infographics look but am rather tired of them? #marketing

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How To: Build your brand on YouTube

How agencies can leverage free tools from Google to assess and amplify their online video efforts. Tools include: Research: Build Your Brand Brand Impressions, YouTube Ads Leaderboard, and...
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If you can get over the idea of having a couple of young Goolgites telling you how "cool" and "awesome" YouTube is for building a brand, and that the greatest advantage of their analytics is that it tells you you need to spend more money on YouTube advertising, there really is some valuable information here.

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Tweet from @amazingmap

Tweet from @amazingmap | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
RT @amazingmap: The most famous brand from each state in the US
- http://t.co/Iu7w4Yi4Tj
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Go Florida!

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Branding Strategy Insider | Why Brand Management Will Replace Marketing

Branding Strategy Insider | Why Brand Management Will Replace Marketing | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
P&G’s decision to formally end the era of “marketing” at the company and make the shift to brand management may accelerate what amounts to much more than a title change for marketers generally.

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Not likely to happen in Silicon Valley, but it would be great if it did.

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30 Creative Business Card Ideas. #30: fun #19: funny #24: useful #27: gross ....

30 Creative Business Card Ideas.    #30:  fun  #19: funny #24: useful #27:  gross .... | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
It seems that business cards are not going to leave its well-deserved position of representing a company or individual any time soon. On the contrary, the business card designs are becoming more powerful, creative, innovative, and fearless to hit straight to the point. Not to underestimate the importance of a certain business card beholder, but the little paper or plastic objects serve as neat advertisement themselves.

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Wonderful ideas. These cards will be kept, shared and enjoyed. The plastic surgeon's card may be shared around junior high schools more than bridge clubs, but they'll still be shared.

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Tyler Negus Snidow's curator insight, May 5, 6:25 PM

thx Alessandro!  Love these.

Lisa deLeon's curator insight, July 3, 3:12 PM

Fantastic ideas!  Love it when a client gives their agency or designer the ability to be extremely creative!...

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Using Game Theory (And Gamification) As A Content Marketing Tactic - CoSchedule

Using Game Theory (And Gamification) As A Content Marketing Tactic - CoSchedule | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it

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Game theory is the study of interdependent rational choice, not independent. More simply put, it is people making strategic decisions based on how they think someone in the group will respond to their decision. Game theory is about choices and outcomes, and can be illustrated in two ways.

 

Think about approaching your content marketing with a bit of game theory. If the game is between you and others creating similar content, you attempt to understand the moves of your competitors and make decisions based on what you think they will do. You want to minimize your own losses. You think several moves ahead.

 

You could apply game theory to your next content planning meeting. You could debate a long time on whether idea A is better than idea B, which is usually futile; both likely have merit, they are merely different decisions that will lead down a different path. The question isn’t which idea is best, but rather which path is the best. Turning the debate into whether idea A or idea B is the better path in the game can be more effective and lest caustic to those whose ideas are rejected.

 

How can you use gamification with your content marketing? The possibilities are wide open, but here are a few ideas to get the wheels turning:

-- >  Create achievement levels. Create an online course, and track their progress through levels all the way up to “graduation.”

-- >  Introduce scoring. Reward those who comment the most on your blog (or share your content the most on social media).

-- >  Suggest skill level. For membership sites, allow them to unlock new content and features as they consume your content. The more they read and share, the more is made available to them.

-- >  Create a game in your content. Whether you write a blog post where you let people choose the ending

 

If you have gamification in place, game theory may more easily come into play for your audience. There is clear competition. They are competing against the others, and are making decisions to come out ahead.

 

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This is great info. Every marketer needs to spend some time learning about game theory. Once you learn it, you'll won't be able to resist using it.

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iNeoMarketing's curator insight, June 23, 7:34 AM

A very well researched article that ties together content marketing development with game theory, and game theory with gamification. Moral of the story: game theory, when properly used as the underlying foundation to communications, brings a completely different level of sophistication and separates you from the flotsam and jetsam.

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World Cup 2014: The 7 most bizarre marketing stunts | TVMIX Live TV News

World Cup 2014: The 7 most bizarre marketing stunts | TVMIX Live TV News | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
Some of the weirdest ways that companies are using soccer to cash in from Jesus balloons to condoms (World Cup 2014: The 7 most bizarre marketing stunts http://t.co/r7SiBGq85A
#brazil #worldcup...
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Weird is good. It's creative. It's a testament to how much fans need a diversion from the darker events taking place in the world. And maybe, hopefully, some of the revenue generated from the World Cup will go toward fighting poverty and disease, especially in the host country.

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Branding Strategy Insider | 8 Keys To Telling A Competitive Brand Story

Branding Strategy Insider | 8 Keys To Telling A Competitive Brand Story | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
Everyone has a story now. Or at least most brands claim to have one. But having a story in many ways is like having a product. Really it means nothing if it is not competitive as a narrative and personally relevant to each recipient.
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Great points about creating a brand story. I would be very interested in hearing about an example of someone who has successfully implemented all 8 of those keys into their brand story.

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Southwest Airlines Makeover: New Logo, New Colors, New "Heart" - Yahoo Travel

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Southwest Airlines Makeover: New Logo, New Colors, New "Heart"
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The new look centers around a colorful new “Heart” logo, which the airline says symbolizes the new heart of the company.
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The amount of effort that went in to developing this impressive new identity tells you something about the role it plays in the corporate brand. 

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People making a 'stink' out of new Hershey corporate logo - KTRK-TV

People making a 'stink' out of new Hershey corporate logo - KTRK-TV | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
Christian Science Monitor
People making a 'stink' out of new Hershey corporate logo
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Some people online are making a stink out of the Hershey company's new corporate logo.
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Oh, lighten up, people!

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Why LinkedIn Will Suck Up All Your Marketing Dollars—and Why You’ll Like It - Kapost Content Marketeer

Why LinkedIn Will Suck Up All Your Marketing Dollars—and Why You’ll Like It - Kapost Content Marketeer | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it

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LinkedIn has surpassed these early adopters, and emerged as the most important player in the professional content sharing game.

 

Each of the professional networks’ 300 million users self-organize into industry specific categories, populating the site with personalized data that marketers drool over—like their geographic location, size of company, seniority level, non-profit interests, years of experience, and current job function.

Marketers mine these data fields, slicing and dicing them into manageable segments to communicate with and target.

 

By posting relevant content to each of these smaller segments at strategic times, sellers can get in front of people they believe to be buyers—instead of wasting budget reaching people outside of their ideal customer profiles.

 

Investing marketing dollars into LinkedIn’s content distribution channels in unlikely to disappoint, especially as the company continues to invest its own dollars to improve the quality of lead and revenue delivery. For instance, LinkedIn recently bought longtime partner Bizo, a data software company that’s been helping LinkedIn find the “right people” through digital data for years. The outright purchase of Bizo solidifies LinkedIn’s position in support of content.

 

>> LinkedIn’s Sponsored Updates User Guide PDF: the complete how-to user manual for sponsored updates, including how to set up a business page to how to analyze your results

>> The Content Marketeer’s “LinkedIn Emerges as the #1 Source for Professional Content:” a data-backed dive into how LinkedIn is outperforming other outlets for professional content

>> LinkedIn’s Targeted Ads page: information and online sign-up for paid ads

 

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Even those of us who have been using LinkedIn for years are barely scratching the surface of its potential for for connecting us with key individuals, whether they are potential customers, hiring managers or business associates.

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iNeoMarketing's curator insight, August 20, 7:06 AM

LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, Slideshare. That's it, that's the list.

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Color Psychology In Marketing: The Complete Guide

Color Psychology In Marketing: The Complete Guide | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
Understanding how color works isn’t just for artists dipping their hands into paint and pigments all day long. Anyone using content marketing needs to understand the basics of Color Theory, because you are using color in your content.

Via Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com
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Interesting, but taken with a grain of salt.

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Alfonso Gomez's curator insight, August 13, 11:20 AM

Emotion give a lot of things to know

Sieg Holle's curator insight, August 15, 8:22 AM

Worth reading

Authentis Formations's curator insight, August 16, 7:26 AM

Pas mal de choses intéressantes sur l'utilisation des couleurs en marketing...

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Survive in the art world: market the brand, sell the product - The Conversation

Survive in the art world: market the brand, sell the product - The Conversation | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
Survive in the art world: market the brand, sell the product
The Conversation
Some fine art degrees include a professional practice subject, though these usually only include a brief introduction to marketing.

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Interesting article. I think that most great artists have branded themselves naturally. Jackson Pollock stayed pretty much on brand by staying drunk and rude and brilliant when he went into his studio. 

 

 

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The Customer Experience - Gartner

The Customer Experience - Gartner | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it

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Marketing is in a unique position for the customer experience. Understanding the customer relationship, the company’s value to customers, the customers’ value to the company, the importance of learning and reacting to customer interactions, meeting customer expectations for business goals like customer satisfaction, customer loyalty, advocacy and ultimately revenue, are all under marketing’s purview.

 

This, of course, is an enormous responsibility. Creating an environment for a positive customer experience means that processes must be accessible, dependable, thorough, timely, adaptable, flexible and personalized. A tall order.  A big issue is that marketing doesn’t completely own the customer experience. It is certainly shared and orchestrated with the customer themselves.

 

Marketers must overcome silos to help plan, design, and facilitate start to finish positive experiences and get to a place where they are living up to the high-level expectation brand promises that they are making.

 

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And it's the companies that manage their brand well, from the inside out, that consistently provide the best customer experiences.

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iNeoMarketing's curator insight, July 22, 6:56 AM

You'll see Brand at the B2B Enterprise level...sometimes. So who owns the CX? PM owns it, and Marketing contributes to the cause.


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Why All Your Content Needs to be Branded

Why All Your Content Needs to be Branded | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
As the media and publishing platforms embrace visual communication, audiences have become accustomed to well-designed content. That good design isn’t just a differentiator; it is what they expect. No matter who you are trying to engage with your content, whether a client, consumer or employee, creating communication that visually reflects your brand is essential.

According to a 2013 Adobe Digital Index study, visual content on Facebook, such as video, increases viral reach...

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He makes a good point.  Of course, all of your communications, products, environments and even your behavior needs to be branded so that you project a strong consistent brand at every touchpoint. 

But it takes a unique commitment to branding to achieve that.

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Shared Value Branding: The End of Brand Marketing as We Know It? - Triple Pundit

Shared Value Branding: The End of Brand Marketing as We Know It? - Triple Pundit | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
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Shared Value Branding: The End of Brand Marketing as We Know It?
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Not sure it has anything to do with the end of brand marketing as we know it, but it's an interesting project. Even in brand challenged Silicon Valley, the larger companies understand how social responsibility impacts a brand. We still have a long ways to go, but research has shown that the newest members of the workforce put great value on CSR.

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Brand Storytelling Lessons From a Successful Screenwriter

Brand Storytelling Lessons From a Successful Screenwriter | Brand Marketing | Scoop.it
If “content strategy” is one of the most overused and abused phrases in marketing, then “storytelling” can't be far behind. Trendy brands are jostling to tell brand stories and catchphrase-savvy marketers are adding ...

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Some great tips from a talented storyteller.

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Why A Milk Bottle Can Be a Powerful Marketing Tool - AdAge.com

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Why A Milk Bottle Can Be a Powerful Marketing Tool
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In the minds of many marketing people, words have a reality that visuals do not.
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Great article. I love the expression "visual hammer." Now, does that mean if the only tool you have in your marketing tool box is a visual hammer, everything looks like a visual nail?

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The Power of Visual Storytelling

NewsCred and Getty Images have joined forces to create a guide on how brands can incorporate visual storytelling successfully into their campaigns for maximum …

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Relevancy for your audience is very important point, and taking the time to get to really know your audience is just as important.

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