Monthly Archives: December, 2015

Three Essential Content Tactics for Travel Industry Marketing

If there is one thing I’ve learned about content marketing it’s that not all digital channels are ideally suited for every industry. Before you get started, you should first take into consideration the types of channels your audience uses the most as well as the ones capable of encapsulating your voice most effectively.

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Calling All Marketers: Cast Your Voice on Content Boost’s Blog!

December has officially begun, and that means resolutions are being made in an effort to make 2016 a bigger, better and brighter year than ever. Here at Content Boost, we’ve set our sights on a few New Year’s Resolutions—for example, enhance the customer experience even further and participate in more charitable causes—however, one resolution in particular involves featuring more marketing experts on our blog, in addition to our internal team of professionals.

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What James Bond’s ‘Spectre’ Taught me About Content Marketing

There I was—popcorn in hand, sitting in front of the big screen patiently waiting for “Spectre,” the newest installment of the James Bond franchise, to begin playing. I was finally getting a chance to see the new film I had been so anxiously anticipating for months. As a lifelong Bond fan I never miss a movie, so you could say that my hopes were high. After all, “Casino Royale” and “Skyfall” were such hits that there was no way I was in for a disappointment. Daniel Craig (James Bond) alongside directors Martin Campbell (“Casino Royale”) and Same Mendes (“Skyfall” and “Spectre”) did such a great job reinventing the series as a whole; these professionals gave the series a much more rugged and modern feel, which I personally preferred.

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Stop What You’re Doing And Read Google’s Latest Search Quality Rating Guidelines

Do words like “search engine spiders” and “Quality Raters” send shivers down your spine? Do you sit up at night paranoid that Google is trolling your website, looking for excuses to knock it down in the SEO rankings?

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