In one of my previous posts, I talked about how important video has become in content marketing.
This is super news for me because I'm a content writer who happens to LOVE to produce videos! I enjoy the process of coming up with original content that's not only fun for me to shoot and edit, but will also deliver value to the viewer.
I've already produced various short video series featuring:
In my newest short video series, ROCKIN' IN NYC, I take you on various excursions throughout New York City that are affordable, and that I also think you'd enjoy yourself.
I try to pick activities that are not necessarily going to be on your radar that show how to experience New York City in ways that reveal the city's spontaneity and soul.
Even though I'm a longtime New Yorker, you'll get to see me run into my share of obstacles. (Weekend MTA schedules anyone?) As a result, we all get to learn an important tip or two about navigating the city, as well as always being open to move to a Plan B, which can often be as good -- or even better -- than Plan A.
My latest episode is below. I hope you enjoy it.
Please consider liking the video and also subscribing to my YouTube channel, RockinWorks Creative.
I'm looking to reach 150 subscribers by 12/31/21.
🙏 Will you help me get there? (Thanks in advance for liking and/or subscribing!)
Looking for the latest analysis of foreclosure data in the United States?
I'm your girl!
Okay, so while foreclosure data probably doesn't give you tingles all over -- you should be excited about the data you have at your disposal that you can implement as part of your content marketing strategy.
Forbes reported in 2020 that data and analytics have never been more important. This is because data will "drive the decisions we make."
Not only does data drive your decisions, but it also drives the decisions of customers, investors and donors.
And, according to a recent TechCrunch article, "one of the best ways you can create press-earning, data-focused content is by using existing data sets to tell a story."
Entrepreneur further supports the importance of data, arguing it should be a key part of your strategy if you want to boost your brand authority and get the highest ROI out of your content marketing efforts, "the more data and statistics you have to support your content, the more trustworthy it becomes."
So while foreclosure data may not be your thing -- the kind of data you can promote specific to your business should be your thing to maximize the power of your content marketing.
But, if foreclosures, do happen to be your thing, then please, by all means, check out the monthly foreclosure report I wrote for my newest content marketing client, SoFi:
Looking for a writer who can research, interpret, analyze and report on complex data?
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