Well, it’s high time I wrote another blog. But what should I write about? There are so many potential topics. I thought of doing one about the trend of mashing up words to create branded marketing terms, but then saw one on another blog just this morning.
Or what about how agencies are setting up newsrooms and hiring former journalists to provide real time monitoring and conversations for brands on social media? That might be interesting.
Then there’s the poignant topic of using interactive videos that combine the best practices of both rich media and video ads to increase customer engagement. I know you’re anxiously waiting for that one.
So many hot topics
I could always blog about Native Advertising, but would I be politically correct in using that term?
Or how about a blog on disruptive branding and using it to upset the communications conventions of a brand’s industry? I’m sure that’ll draw a crowd.
BAM! A blog that talks about consolidating all your customer data in one place to generate customized contacts that use specific customer data for cross-selling and matching the needs of each customer with appropriate messages.
Or I could write about combining your Google Analytics with your brand’s Facebook advertising strategy. Oh yeah.
Then there’s the enlightening blog about the seven key steps to creating an awesome infographic. I’m on a roll now.
Or how about one that identifies tired, worn out marketing buzzwords that need to be deleted from our lexicon? I know there’s at least 100 of them.
Or I could do a rant on how Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber are doing such a nice job of being role models for the younger generation.
I could also be the 5,000th person to write a blog about content marketing.
Not that I’m an expert, but there’s also the trend of using neuroscience to design and write a better blog. That might interest a few folks around here at least.
So much to write about and so little time.
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