Writing for the web: we only scan read web content so help your readers become more engaged by following these 16 formatting tips.
Communicators no longer compete for space. Today we compete for attention and trust. Become a better content marketer by following these 14 effective writing tips.Read more
In today’s world of infinite choice earning engaged voters and consumers is far more valuable to political parties and brands than having merely satisfied ones. This takes a community.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years. Find out how it affects communicators.Read more
Optimise your LinkedIn profile to inform, teach and support existing and prospective customers. Write for customers; not recruiters.Read more
Vulnerability in leadership: why leaders showing considered vulnerability build stronger, more devoted teams and customer relationships by demonstrating a strength which embraces uncertainty, risk, emotional exposure, and self-awareness.Read more
13 Skype tips, reminders and features to improve productivity and professionalism of your calls.Read more
What happens when the very people responsible for protecting and enhancing your brand on social media go rogue? RadioShack found out the hard way.Read more
Successful firms use the wisdom of the crowd to co-create new products and revamp existing ones. The Economist improved click-through rates on its homepage by 8% by listening to its readers.Read more
Would you pay to consume content created by brands? Most wouldn’t. That’s the content marketing acid test. Read why content marketing should always be useful to its target audience.
Confuse mission statements with a sense of mission at your peril. Lofty statements do not translate into a sense of mission without continual thought and effort – writes Scott Guthrie
Thanks to the social web we are all publishers now, but before we press ‘send’ we must always ask: who’s this for? Is it useful? Do I trust its source? – writes Scott Guthrie
The rhetoric surrounding the UK’s Brexit and Donald Trump’s US presidency shows we are now living in a post-factual world. How did we get here and how can we get past it – asks Scott Guthrie.
Last week a post graduate student studying media and public relations interviewed me for her final dissertation. Here is the interview – writes Scott Guthrie
Why should it be news that a 70-year-old woman has become a social media manager – asks Scott Guthrie
New global journalism survey highlights skepticism at native advertising and questions whether bloggers can ever really be journalists – writes Scott Guthrie
How reflecting on my daughter’s drawing opened up new ways of thinking about work – writes Scott Guthrie
How influencer marketers can avoid a knock out and box clever – explains Scott Guthrie
From single blog post to publishing two books attracting 9,000 downloads and a webapp housing 250+ PR tools, #PRstack is an example of how to form a successful community of action – writes Scott Guthrie
How Oprah and Weight Watchers have joined forces to create a mutually-rewarding, long-term influencer marketing programme – by Scott Guthrie
Consumers don’t want to be interrupted by advertisements but they do want quality storytelling – writes Scott Guthrie
Be honest, be ethical and provide good quality content. How brands and publishers can keep consumers and regulators happy with native advertising – writes Scott Guthrie
Influencer marketers need to know how legislation covering product promotion and advertising affects their work on vlogs and Twitter – writes Scott Guthrie
Ted Coiné, Forbes Top 10 Social Media Power Influencer and CEO of The Extraordinary Influencer Network explains the evolution of influencer marketing and how he can fix its broken system. Interview by Scott Guthrie