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How to Triple your Email Open Rates

Saturday, May 24, 2014 - Kim Brebach

How to Triple your Email Open Rates l Technoledge

The subject line is your only weapon

Email still works in B2B marketing, but people get more and more email each week, and the noise level keeps rising, so you have to slug it out with the rest to win your target’s attention. The email subject line is about all you have to do that. A few words, that’s it.   Read more

Content Creation. How to Make it Childs Play

Friday, May 23, 2014 - Tracey James

Content Creation l How to Make it Childs Play l Technoledge

How to create great content without a huge design team

You know how important it is to create original content and to split it into digestible bits — so  your audience can consume where and when they want it. The great Doug Kessler from Velocity Partners first called this process ‘atomisation’ in 2012 and it absolutely holds true today.   Read more

Native Advertising – Smart Marketing or Dumb Deception?

Monday, May 05, 2014 - Kim Brebach

Native Advertising - a gimmick for a dying industry l Technoledge

'Native advertising is the latest gimmick for infusing a dying old industry (and a sickly new one) with desperately needed cash.’

So says Bob Garfield in The Guardian. Native Advertising is content that blends seamlessly with other articles on a website, both in style and context. It’s visually indistinguishable from these and therefore tends to ambush readers. That’s what makes it different from the advertorials and infomercials of old, which were typically tagged as such and branded by their sponsors.   Read more

Why is Penfolds trashing Grange - its iconic brand?

Friday, May 02, 2014 - Kim Brebach

How Penfolds has forgotten marketing 101 l Technoledge

Brands are delicate - and easily damaged

Just after Barry O'Farrell famously showcased the value of Grange in his swansong as NSW Premier, Penfolds seems to be doing the exact opposite.  Read more

Big Data for Marketing – Separating Hype from Hope

Friday, April 25, 2014 - Kim Brebach

Big Data for Marketing - read the fine print l Technoledge

Is Big Data ready for the Real World of B2B Marketing? 

Or is it just the latest fad designed to confuse the innocent and mislead the ignorant?

A child born in 2012 will leave a data footprint detailed enough to assemble a day-by-day, even a minute-by-minute, account of his or her entire life, online and offline, from birth until death … ,’ writes Mark Sullivan in PCWorld. ‘Virtually every piece of personal information that you provide online will end up being bought and sold, segmented, packaged, analysed, repackaged, and sold again.’
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What Content Works - Get Inside Buyers' heads

Wednesday, April 23, 2014 - Tracey James

Find out what content actually works B2B l Technoledge

What do Eccolo Media and MKR have in common?

We dig into Eccolo’s excellent 2014 B2B Technology Content Survey.

We’ve likened content marketing to dating, My Kitchen Rules, taking a family holiday and sending Christmas cards, and said it's nothing like spray tanning. But the big questions are what content works with whom, where and when?  Read more

Effective Landing Pages – Much Less is Much More,

Monday, April 07, 2014 - Kim Brebach

Find out why less is much better for landing pages l Technoledge

It’s the KISS principle again:  Your landing pages are your first chance to show visitors everything you can do – but please don’t. Keep it simple. Give visitors one message and one call to action – or they’ll do the very thing you don’t want them to do: leave in confusion.  Read more

Great Tennis, Leyton. Shame about the Speech

Friday, February 07, 2014 - Tracey James

When he beat Roger Federer in the recent Brisbane International, Leyton Hewitt managed to make himself look like a complete idiot, even though he'd won. Here's how not to accept an award - and why tennis players, too, need to add public speaking to their training schedules.  (image above: Fairfax Media).   Read more

Email Marketing – Is Your Opt-in Process a Turn-off?

Thursday, February 06, 2014 - Kim Brebach

Email Marketing – why less is more

Why make registering for a download an obstacle course?

One of our pet peeves is being confronted with the third degree every time we want to download an interesting resource. Why do companies who just want you on their lists ask more questions than a bank you want to borrow from?
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Content Marketing in 10 Simple Steps

Friday, January 24, 2014 - Kim Brebach

Content marketing. What is it. 10 ways to do it.

What it is, why you need it, and how to get it right.

Marketing creates new buzzwords almost as often as fashion houses produce new styles. Content Marketing is one you bump into around every corner. Have you noticed that everyone is using the term as if they’d grown up with it? Are you still wondering what it means? There are manyanswers, mostly precise or uniform, so let’s cut through the nonsense and make sense of it.  Read more

Technoledge gave us a lot of help with our investor pitch, not only in reorganizing the content, but rewriting material and then, after we added more detail, editing these to fit the format and flow. By the time it was finished, it was more direct, clearer, better organized and more compelling. This exercise made us think about our product and business quite differently, from outside not from within the company with our own beliefs and priorities.
James Nathanielzs
Managing Director, Propanc


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