Insights into the world of school marketing and communications, presented by Brad Entwistle and Andrew Sculthorpe.
Brad and Scully discuss the four key themes from the Content Marketing Institute’s (CMI) 2015 Content Marketing Report. In addition, they examine why Twitter is dropping its 140 character limit, allowing longer posts; and the 10th annual Shonky Awards for dubious claims and dodgy products, coordinated by consumer advocacy group Choice. This episode’s commonly asked school marketing question looks at ways to include video in content marketing. This week’s school marketing example: Tanbridge House School’s record breaking advert. The rants and raves segment looks at Seth Godin’s excellent blog on marketing topics and a great video, The story of content: Rise of the new marketing.
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- B2B content marketing report: 2016 benchmarks, budgets and trends
- Twitter dropping its 140-character limit signals a new era in content marketing
- Twitter plans to go beyond its 140-character limit
- Brands named and shamed in awards that no marketer wants to win
- 11 ways to use video in your content marketing
- Students create record breaking advert – Tanbridge House School
- Using radio to promote your school
- SUSDAT – Seth Godin’s blog
- The story of content: Rise of the new marketing
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