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Content marketing might be one of the hot buzz phrases in business circles at the moment but the notion itself – that companies create relevant and interesting content that informs or empowers or entertains their customers – is not new.
When it comes to reaching your customers via online videos, should you create it yourself or find outside talent?
It’s been called the ‘quiet giant’ of the social web, but before you rush to join this online network you need to make sure the content you upload is interesting and relevant. Here’s how to take your followers on a visual journey.
If Australia is to remain competitive and productive in a hyper-connected age, social media demands leadership strategy at the highest level.
At $4 million per 30 seconds, these advertisers are milking the Super Bowl for all it’s worth.
What the overwhelming public reaction to Prime Minister Julia Gillard's blistering parliamentary attack on the Opposition leader means for her personal brand.
From its relatively small operational headquarters in Bentleigh, Moose Toys now sells to 85 countries. Co-CEO Paul Solomon reveals how the company succeeds.
Take some tips from a new Forbes list of the most innovative businesses in the world.
How well companies engage in social media is likely to be an increasingly accurate indicator of their ability to deal with accelerating change in the business environment.
Web-based productivity tools can sometimes go unnoticed as they are not easily found on marketplaces such as iTunes.
If you think your company has nothing interesting to say, be inspired by a flour manufacturer whose YouTube videos have had 700,000 views.
Google has unveiled a new type of media streamer called the Nexus Q, designed to be a hub for all your Google content. Is it worth it?
A leading marketing expert says sometimes it’s worth the risk.
The annual $27-billion boost to Australia’s productivity from internet innovation is at threat from policymakers who would rather restrict online access than embrace it, Google’s Australian boss says.
When it comes to creating buzz-worthy advertising campaigns, how viewers communicate is a big factor in determining whether they'll pass on the message.
David Jones is turning down offers from online retailers left and right, with eBay Australia the latest company to have its helping hand rejected after the department store giant released a detailed plan for its “omni-channel strategy” last week.
The Kony 2012 invites action; otherwise all its power and the 30 minutes of our time watching the video have been wasted.