Tag: free publicity

  • Paid content vs. free content

    Paid content vs. free content

    The top advertisers are also the top content creators. Why? Because content is king, especially when it comes to marketing. Paid and free refer to the content’s placement—not its creation. Paid content means that you payed to place the content (ads and sponsorships) and free content means you didn’t pay to place the content (news,…

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  • Free publicity through publication

    Free publicity through publication

    Not enough companies take advantage of the free publicity opportunities made available by magazines and newspapers. Publications create a product that they sell to magazine readers/subscribers, and people don’t subscribe to trade publications for the ads; they subscribe to it for the non-advertising (editorial) content. Many publications put a lot of planning into when they…

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  • Brand journalism vs. advertising

    Brand journalism vs. advertising

    More and more, companies are investing more in brand journalism compared to direct advertising to market themselves. Brand journalism is content (written/video/photography) that is both brand friendly and meets journalistic standards. It can offer a greater ROI (return on investment) on your marketing dollars versus direct advertising by offering content that generally has a longer…

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