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Throwback Thursday: Changing Seasons, Changing Playlists—Music to Inspire Marketing Communications Magic in the Months Ahead

Thursday, September 29th, 2016 by Eric Wilinski

Depending on where you live, it’s now either the end of summer, the prelude to the end of summer, or the buildup to the prelude to the end of summer. We hear the pitter-pat of little feet returning to school. We’ll soon see the changing of the leaves. We have a vague sense that it’s […]

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Throwback Thursday—How to Create a Great Customer Video, Part I: The Case Study Interview

Thursday, July 7th, 2016 by Dan Ahern

Compelling customer video testimonials are an important part of any modern marketing campaign. Yet superior case study video interviews require equal parts planning and magic. In a YouTube world, how do you capture the best customer sound bites on camera? Before I learned to interview customers on camera, I hired experts. I watched and learned. After working […]

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When It’s Not Super to Use Superlatives

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016 by Laurel Sutton

So you’re supposed to be all casual and authentic when blogging. You might feel comfortable throwing around a few superlatives, like “our product is just the best,” or it’s “best in class,” which you’d never do in more buttoned-up content like eBooks or white papers. You’ve been told that headlines containing superlatives get better results. […]

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Throwback Thursday: It’s 3pm—Do You Know Where Your Copywriter Is?

Thursday, May 5th, 2016 by Bobbie Hartman

3pm Monday: I’m sitting in a coffee shop, working on a white paper, while my daughter has a guitar lesson. Sure, it’s great to have this kind of work flexibility, especially when you’ve got kids. But while I was tapping away and sipping my latté, it also hit me that hiring a copywriter, like me, […]

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Throwback Thursday: Brain Hurting Yet? How to Simplify Complex Content

Thursday, March 17th, 2016 by Kate Spears

One of the rewards of supporting our super-smart clients is that we at the Content Bureau learn about all sorts of interesting, albeit complex, products and solutions. In the last couple of months alone, we have delved into the intricacies of adverse signal detection solutions in pharmaceuticals, and taken up the challenge of illustrating integrated enterprise resource […]

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Throwback Thursday: Five Tips from a PowerPoint Script Writer

Thursday, February 18th, 2016 by Allison Hayase

PowerPoint slides provide visual support for the facts, figures, and messages that you want to impart to your target audience. But your script is what really helps to tell your story. Developing a compelling script for your PowerPoint presentation takes work and creativity, of course. If scriptwriting is not your strong suit, here are some tips that […]

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