The situation within which something happens – or an idea is stated – is often times just as important, if not more so, than what is being conveyed. Context changes meaning, and can often impact your audience’s feelings and, therefore, how they react to your message. This week’s roundup features seven posts from around the web that focus on context.
Why: Although out of context headlines may increase traffic, this strategy ultimately reflects poorly upon your site’s overall message and credibility. Kevin Dugan examines why accurate headlines are still the best bet for establishing an ongoing connection with your audience.
If you came here looking for 15 blog headlines that don’t suck… you were sucked in.
By a blog headline that didn’t suck!
“Find ways to get people to your blog!”
“Draw your audience in!”
How many times have we heard all that?
Successful campaigns come in all shapes and sizes. From building trust, to damage control, to sales, a well-executed campaign can win you more supporters, clients and bragging rights! This week’s roundup features seven posts from around the web that focus on campaigns.
Why: Has your business tried implementing an SMS campaign? In this guest post for Jay Baer‘s Convince and Convert, Greg Hickman explores why major brands and SMB’s can benefit from this affordable marketing strategy.