Every Time Content is Published Without Testing a Headline a Kitten Loses a Life

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Over the course of almost two decades, Jeffrey and I have worked directly with hundreds of content writers. Many of them were our secret weapons in many of our most exciting client success stories. Once the writers understood the personas they were writing for, had a clear sense of the narrative … [Read more...]

Is Your Blog a Lead Generation Machine, if Not Here is Why

Jeffrey and I built our business on content. When we first started our agency in 1998, we had zero capital (even rent & grocery money was tough). What we did have, for those of you who really know us, was lots of opinions. So we started writing, first in  discussion lists (remember i-sales, … [Read more...]

Will Your Social Media Deliver What Your Brand Promises?

Lonely Maytag Repairman

Brands must make sure their stories are being told properly across all channels and that they can measure alignment and congruence across the channels as well. In 1967 Maytag aired its "lonely repairman" TV commercial, telling the first of many tales of a Maytag repairman with nothing to do and … [Read more...]

Great Metrics Lie About Social Media

What lies are your metrics telling

A Bain survey recently shared that 80 percent of company executives believed they delivered a “superior experience” to their customers. But when Bain asked the executive's same customers about their own perceptions, only 8 percent of customers felt those companies were really delivering. That’s a … [Read more...]