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And that’s a wrap of the week ending Sept. 13, 2019
Even although it’s Friday the 13th, I’m feeling fortunate as a result of this week – and each week – provides us an opportunity to go off script, disrupting some drained outdated patterns and pursuing a brand new path to success. As proof, I supply a contemporary tackle a writer that broke the mould and achieved outstanding progress by specializing in its core enterprise operate. Next, I speak with best-selling writer, legal professional, and mental property authority Ruth Carter concerning the practicalities of sustaining compliance with knowledge privateness rules, and I level you to an article that may assist you mitigate your model’s danger when sharing content material on social media.
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- One deep thought (three:19): There’s no scarcity of steerage on how to do content material advertising and marketing higher. But blindly following the business’s prescribed finest practices can hold your content material mired in mediocrity reasonably than illuminate a path to significant progress. It’s straightforward to blame the straightforward economics of effectivity once we select to fall again on dependable patterns and scripts. But as I see it, once we encounter objections to our concepts for change and easily comply with out asking why, we’re doing a disservice to our content material, our prospects, and our enterprise.
Blindly following finest practices retains your #content material mired in mediocrity, says @Robert_Rose. #WeeklyWrap Click To Tweet
- A contemporary tackle the information (9:13): This week I found a dwelling, respiratory testomony to the brand-building advantages of going off script and “reprogramming the simulation.” There’s rather a lot to love about this Folio article, Sandow’s Success Is Anything But Traditional. It profiles the journey CEO and Chairman Adam Sandow took constructing a media enterprise that prioritizes worthwhile performance over meaningless formality. In the dialogue, I spotlight just a few key elements of the CEO’s disruptive imaginative and prescient of the publishing enterprise mannequin and the way it enabled him to develop his firm’s portfolio in remarkably groundbreaking – and extremely worthwhile – methods.
A disruptive imaginative and prescient enabled a publishing enterprise growth in worthwhile methods, says @Robert_Rose. #WeeklyWrap Click To Tweet
HANDPICKED RELATED CONTENT:
- This week’s particular person making a distinction in content material (12:55): Known for daring antics and an outgoing character (and, I’d add, skateboarding prowess), Ruth Carter is an Arizona legal professional and an authority on mental property, enterprise legislation, and web legislation. Ruth has written three best-selling books on guerrilla advertising and marketing and social media legislation and has spoken at over 100 occasions, together with Content Marketing World and South by Southwest. Ruth has additionally been featured by The Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur, and NPR.
You by no means know what to count on in a dialog with Ruth, and our newest dialogue is not any exception. We cowl lots of floor (and scorch a little bit of earth in the method) – the growing complexity of information privateness compliance, how entrepreneurs’ most diligent coverage intentions generally is a discord with their day-to-day practices, and the place we’re shedding sight of our audiences’ humanity.
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- One content material advertising and marketing concept you should use (30:50): And now that we’ve explored rule following and breaking, I supply steerage for answering an more and more widespread query: Is Your Brand Breaking the Law on Social Media? If your model doesn’t rely solely on commissioned or in-house content material, you would have potential authorized publicity from the pictures and different artistic belongings in your social media efforts. Author Allen Murabayashi explains why you may want to rethink or at the least evaluate your social media content material insurance policies to hold your model out of hurt’s means.
Know your authorized publicity from photographs and different artistic belongings in your #socialmedia. @Robert_Rose #WeeklyWrap Click To Tweet
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