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Andy Capaloff

Don’t Just Question Answers. Question Questions

Don’t Just Question Answers. Question Questions

In April 2014, I wrote an article titled “Why You Need to Question Answers”. Somehow though, I’ve known all along that this message doesn’t go far enough. True, most answers bare examination. But the best answer is limited by the question that has been asked. Some of the greatest minds in the world of any


Laura Buckler

Digital Storytelling: What You Get When Art and Science Connect

Have you ever noticed that some ads we remember for a long time, while others, no matter how beautifully made, we forget almost as soon as we have seen it? There is no magic wand at work here. The ads we remember are the brainchildren of marketers that understood the way the brain works when


Scott Aughtmon

Content Marketers: This is How Your Prospect’s Brains React To Stories

The effects of stories, on the brain

Another in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. In this article, Scott Aughtmon shows us how stories affect our brains. Food for thought, indeed, in your efforts to write engaging content that converts. This Is Your Brain on Stories “The brain is a wonderful organ. It starts working the moment you get up


Kerry Creaswood

How To Really Get Noticed on Social Media

It can feel like you are in the old lost and found box back in school – you know – that stuff that was never claimed and just sat there forever. You’ve set up your profiles, you’re posting every day, and still no one is coming, even to look through the box. You’re beginning to


Karen Dietz

Here’s the bottom line: if your content does not engage your reader emotionally, their connection to you is puny. Their ability to remember you vanishes. Your value to them is lost. No no, don’t go down that road! Yet it happens too easily. Any content you create needs to connect and emotionally engage your audience