There’s been a long-standing debate in the content marketing industry about whether long-form or short-form content is more effective. One side argues that long-form content, which typically runs over 2,000 words in length, makes for a more in-depth and compelling read, while the other side contends that short-form copy, or blogs that are less than 1,000 words, is more easily digestible and sharable. Let’s take a deeper look into the pros and cons of each: Continue reading →
Investing in technology for your small business can be overwhelming—and that’s an understatement. From computers to phone systems to Internet applications, it can be difficult to determine what technologies best fit your company’s needs and budget.
Chances are you’ve heard or read about the term “content marketing.” After all, almost every major news publication from Forbes to The Huffington Post has written about it and companies are increasingly investing in it. According to research from the Content Marketing Institute, 46 percent of businesses plan to increase their spend on content marketing, while 32 percent have already made a commitment to keep their budgets the same.
But what exactly is content marketing and how does it work? Continue reading →
No one knows his or her way around an AP Style Book like Content Boost’s Quality Control Editor Peg Ventricelli. Passive voice, dangling modifiers, split infinitives … you name it, Peg can spot it. As the last set of eyes on content produced by CB’s team of editors, Peg ensures that every “t” is crossed and every “i” is dotted. Continue reading →