Basecamp moved their popular blog to Medium. Paul Jarvis moved his… but then moved back. It seems that every marketing team is talking about where the best place is to publish all that hard-won, painstakingly written content. So, should you publish on Medium? This post discusses the pros vs cons, complete with insights from Medium stars.
Most people wanna write short content because it’s, well, easier. But you’re supposed to feel all guilty for taking the easy way out. So, what’s the deal? – is long content really better than short? Read this post to see what the data says.
You’ve heard you’re supposed to have a content strategy. But what exactly is a content strategy, and is it worth creating one for your business? This ultimate guide to content strategies will teach you everything you need to know. Plus, download a 14-tab worksheet… because starting from scratch sucks.
The Lane Bryant #ImNoAngel campaign is the most recent of many comparative advertising campaigns that call out competitors directly. We’ve found that the benefits of writing copy that picks a fight with your competitors far outweighs the challenges. In this post, see the studies and examples that will help you decide: should your copy pick a fight?
The greatest, most prolific copywriters on the planet don’t start from scratch. Join the ranks of top copywriters – even if you aren’t a copywriter – by using copywriting formulas to write and optimize your words. We’ve got every single copywriting formula we could find in this one post.
Includes 8 core takeaways! In this guest post by Kaleigh Moore, dive deep into the subject of mirror neurons. What do they have to do with our marketing? How can you engage the mirror system in the brain to move people to act?
“Want to sell more books?” vs “Hi, I’m Tim Grahl” – these two headlines were split-test against one another on a pop-up. In this post, you’ll see which one outperformed the other and, importantly, why that might have been.
You’ve heard the saying, “The client turns on the lights.” That old idea makes your work feel less than valuable. As much as our clients make it possible for us to have a thriving business, we too make it possible for their businesses to thrive. Read this post to see how you can make yourself more desirable to prospective clients – so the convo isn’t about who’s helping whom more… but rather how they can hire you to work for them STAT.
Mad Men has now ended, and the copywriters of the world wail in sadness. How will anyone ever understand us again? How will we live without Peggy Olson to look up to and commiserate with? To make us feel better, we put together this infographic featuring top copy lessons from Don Draper, Peggy Olson, Freddy Rumsen, Michael Ginsberg and others.