April 17, 2019, 5:30 pm (
Real-Time Content Marketing and Newsjacking
Content Marketing strategies typically focus on long-term planning, editorial calendars, and multiple review processes. But there’s another way to reach your audience with content: Publish in real-time. Rather than create and publish content when you’re ready, get your brand out there when the market is ready!
Real-time rules; speed and agility win — not the most lovingly created content! When there is news in your marketplace, reporters and analysts are looking for experts to comment on the story. When consumers are alerted to a trend, they’re often ready to spend money. Now!
News Jacking -- the art and science of injecting your ideas into a breaking news story to generate tons of media coverage, get sales leads, and grow business -- gets attention. But you've got to be quick and you've got to be on pitch.
Learn the power of Real-Time Content Marketing and Newsjacking from David Meerman Scott, content marketing pioneer and the founder of the Newsjacking movement. David’s Newsjacking strategies are now so popular that “newsjacking” is included in the Oxford English Dictionary.
David Meerman Scott
No one knows more about using the new Real-Time tools and strategies to spread ideas, influence minds and build business than David Meerman Scott. He’s a sales and marketing strategist who has spoken on all seven continents and in over 45 countries to audiences of the most respected firms, organizations and associations. David is author of ten books—three are international bestsellers. He was the first to write a book about content marketing and is best known for “The New Rules of Marketing & PR”, now in its 6th edition, which has been translated into 29 languages from Albanian to Vietnamese and is a modern business classic with over 400,000 copies sold so far.
David is an entrepreneur, partner at a VC firm focused on early-stage SaaS companies, and serves as an adviser to select emerging companies who are working to transform their industries by delivering disruptive products and services. His advisory clients include HubSpot (NYSE: HUBS), where he also serves as Marketer in Residence. He began working with HubSpot in 2007 when the company had a handful of customers and fewer than 10 employees, helping the HubSpot team with rapid sales and marketing strategies that have grown the company to 52,000 customers in nearly 100 countries. His current portfolio of advisory clients also includes YayPay, Mynd, Expertfile, RISEcx, Set The Set, SlapFive, Foxtrot Systems, and GutCheck as well as non-profits including the Grateful Dead Archive at University of California Santa Cruz and HeadCount.