How the PESO Model Maximizes Thought Leadership Marketing

Posted by Amy Kenigsberg on Aug 24, 2020 10:00:00 AM

 

 

The PESO model is an integrated approach that strengthens your ability to leverage your thought leadership content, building trust and credibility with audiences across multiple channels.

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Topics: content marketing, content, customer communications, corporate communications, SEO, PESO, Paid media, Earned media, Shared media, owned media

Maximize Inbound Marketing with an External Team

Posted by Amy Kenigsberg on Aug 14, 2020 9:00:00 AM

You can have it all, just not at the same time, or so it seems. Your SEO expert is amazing but your writing team doesn’t have the time to create all the needed content nor create all the content and  landing pages. Your social media team has created comprehensive promotional campaigns but is falling behind on curating the objective content necessary to please your target audiences.

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Topics: Public relations, content marketing, DIY, social media, persona, inbound marketing, customer communications, personas, PR, SEO

HELP WANTED: Eight People to Rock My Inbound Marketing

Posted by Consuelo Reinberg on Aug 3, 2020 6:45:00 AM

How to hire an A-team that delivers quantifiable results

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Topics: Public relations, journalist, content marketing, content, marketing, metrics, social media, persona, inbound marketing, audience, personas, PR, corporate communications, SEO

Social Media Benefits and Challenges of the PESO Model

Posted by Amy Kenigsberg on Jul 27, 2020 11:15:00 AM

 

 

Social media always needs to be in complete synch with inbound and content marketing, PR, and customer communications. This is especially critical when it comes to the PESO model, which drives brand awareness, reputation, and sales by integrating Paid, Earned, Shared, and Owned media, maximizing content.

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Topics: content marketing, content, customer communications, corporate communications, SEO, PESO, Paid media, Earned media, Shared media, owned media