Communication between brands and consumers is at a premium thanks to real-time digital and social exchange, and has heightened the role of creativity and authenticity in marketing, Coca-Cola’s head of strategy claims.
There are certain things that make content stand out. The topic, the design, the interactivity….
But while some people are under the impression that digital marketing success is completely random, Team Kapost comes from a different school of thought.
We believe there’s a rhyme and reason to producing successful content.As such, welcome to the 5-part “Content Anatomy” series, which breaks down stand-out examples of the most popular content types. The infographics that follow look closely at the intimate components of 5 different content types, examining how these elements come together to form a complete and functional asset.
...our first infographic dissects a whitepaper from Google, called “Principles of Mobile Site Design: Delight Users and Drive Conversion.”
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