Workshop Media’s Top Ten Content October 2011
November’s here. I have already heard the obligatory ‘x’ days until Christmas, so December is lurking just around the corner! To keep myself occupied from thinking about the holiday season, I’m crunching through the data for our website finding what is working and what isn’t. As ever these posts have been chosen by YOU, the website visitor. In this case your not talking with your feet but are talking with your clicks.
For faithful readers of the blog, you’ll have noticed that my ‘popular’ daily posts have yet to make a come back. This isn’t because I don’t want to but I have been keeping up with the work flying in. I have, however, been writing up all the events we have been going to with some excellent points around all things content and all things video marketing. These will be posted very soon.
In addition I have been trying something a little new for October. A more in depth blog post on video and social media. We have been getting excellent feedback on these posts from people we have been speaking to so it looks like they are going to stay!
Finally we have also been creating some video content for you. I gave a talk at the University of Cumbria on the principles of networking and how they extend into social media so these will be posted very shortly.
Of course the top ten will tell us whether you like them or not.
A journal entry write up of a fantastic workshop seminar ran by Andy Chemney, Managing Director of Ignition CBS. This post stormed up the ranks last month from number 9 to number 2 and now hits the top spot. Can it last?
A journal entry about how businesses and individual’s can easily find content in their own day to day lives. The number 1 from last week this has been whipped into second by Marketing in a Recession with Ignition CBS
A new entry! This blog post shows off the latest project we completed. A music video for hard rockers Massive Wagons, who beat off the competition to win our sponsored prize of a music video in Lancaster’s Battle of the Bands. As well as being able to watch the video, I break down the steps taken to create a video that literally brings down the house!
This journal entry raises its head after we posted it on Podio’s Facebook page and they loved it. So much so we are in the process of creating a video blog for them on how we use it. Intrigued? Find out more about Podio by reading the blog 🙂
Another new entry! This blog post gathers together all my blogs on how to use video marketing through the customer lifecycle and takes a ‘big picture’ view of all the strategies and options.
This journal entry drops a point! An insight into how my mind works when planning and developing content.
Another new entry! This journal post announces the fact you can like us on Facebook. It also goes into why it took us so long to set one up and important questions to ask before you jump in as a business to ‘the Social Network’.
The new entries are coming thick and fast on this month’s top ten! This blog post was my first in depth article on social media and video; it looks at how Facebook works and using video to get the most out of the engagement.
Rising up the chart! Part of the Customer Lifecycle Series: 3 Tips on using video to convert visits to purchases using video.
Part of the Customer Lifecycle Series: 3 Tips on using product demonstration videos to generate interest and move the prospect towards making an inquiry. This was one of the first posts I wrote in the series and it came from nowhere (it didn’t rank the previous month), to the number 3 spot but this month drops to number 10.
Since removing the Power of a Duck on Twitter (sorry, refuse to put in the link 😉 ) we have seen a drop in our traffic BUT an increase in the number of views across the other blog posts. It isn’t about the quantity of views you get but the quality.