Whether you are for, or against Trump, or don’t even think about him because all this drama is happening way over in America; the fact that political troubles and government instability does indeed affect us and the world we live in.
Listen in to this week’s episode of our Brand Storytelling podcast as Adam Ferrier; founder of Melbourne-based Thinkerbell and a consumer psychologist looks at how brands can “train” their audience and customers based on marketing tactics.
Have you got a huge twitter following? Does your Facebook pages have plenty of likes? Well, these numbers may not mean what you want to, or hope that they mean. We look at why social media metrics need to really focus on who’s interacting with your brand.
Listen in to this week’s episode of our Brand Storytelling podcast as Geoff Colon; Senior Marketing Communications Designer for Microsoft discusses how we need to constantly change and adapt our communication methods to ensure that we’re getting the audience listening, and wanting to communicate back.
In this day and age, we are no longer relying solely on computers for our online needs. Mobile content is dominating in an ever expanding and on-the-go society; so what can you do to ensure your material is actually being read, and not just glanced over?
Listen in to this week’s episode of our Brand Storytelling podcast as Tyson Cobb; a marketing specialist explains how he is changing the way traditional businesses approach scalability by putting favour on side-by-side marketing; and develops digital and content driven experiences for businesses.
We’ve all heard of Search engine optimization (SEO) but what does it actually do for you? With the combination of the word ‘free’ and the word ‘results’ it’s an appealing avenue, but take a breath first and work out how it’s best going to fit your brand.
Listen in to this week’s episode of our Brand Storytelling podcast as Danika Johnston; a Content Marketing Leader and the authority on marketing strategy, explains why creativity and knowing your audience is importing when curating content.
Showing caution when re-tweeting, commenting, or sharing on social media is a safe way to stay out of hot water. Some topics that may work for other brands or people, may not quite work for you in the long run.
Listen in to this week’s episode of our Brand Storytelling podcast as Dennis Williams shares his thoughts and experiences in content marketing to shed some light on how brands are moving into the future.
Listen in to this week’s episode of our Brand Storytelling podcast as Shama Hyder; the CEO of The Marketing Zen Group and best-selling author of The Zen of Social Media Marketing and Momentum imparts her advice on adaptability and staying relevant to your audience.
Celebrities versus the media is a tale older than time itself (maybe, not quite.) Whether we’re singing their praises or scornfully condemning them, those in the spotlight are no longer sitting back and “waiting for it all to blow over” when it comes to ‘news’ about them.
With Day Two of the World Business Forum all wrapped up, we run through what we’ve learned, the fantastic insights from these Keynote Speakers and how you can implement them to ‘Live in a state of permanent BETA.’
With Day One of the World Business Forum all wrapped up, we run through what we’ve learned, the fantastic insights from these Keynote Speakers and how you can implement them to ‘Live in a state of permanent BETA.’
Listen in to this week’s episode of our Brand Storytelling podcast with entrepreneur and business and marketing coach Jim Palmer, as we look at why the steadfast growth of online shopping is where your business strategy needs to be.
At the World Business Forum Sydney 2017, executives at multinationals, business owners, and key decision makers in marketing and sales will gain crucial insights into modern leadership, offered by some of the finest leaders of our generation.
Listen in to this week’s episode of our Brand Storytelling podcast with PR master Dionne Lew; as she and Rakhal Ebeli discuss what brands can do to build that ever important trust with their customers.
In the age of information overloading we can get a little caught up in the hype of a news article heading, a Facebook post or Tweet. We have a couple of tips and tricks to keep you from being branded with the fake news prod.
Coming to the World Business Forum 2017 in Sydney at the end of the month; Mohanbir Sawhney will be bringing to the table his collaborative innovation ideas, customer-centred engagement and how to make the most of their experience.
Everybody loves a good meme. They cater to different ages, genders and even though some of them are subjective, nearly every person has “liked” at least one. We look at the pro’s and con’s of using memes as a part of your brand.
Coming to the World Business Forum 2017 in Sydney at the end of the month; Rosabeth Moss Kanter will be talking ‘The Big Change’, discussing the impact of today’s highly networked world and harnessing the potential of strategic, organisational and cultural transformations.