Over the last 30 years, Paolo Gallo has been Chief Human Resources Officer at the World Economic Forum in Geneva; Chief Learning Officer at The World Bank in Washington DC; and Director of Human Resources at the European Bank for Reconstruction & Development in London.
We talked to Ian Hallsworth, the Publisher for Bloomsbury Business, about the power of print, and why readers, authors and organisations still love print books.
Ian MacRae is an organizational psychology consultant and psychometrician and writer who works internationally. Ian has conducted research with tens of thousands of participants in over 40 countries. He has written 4 books about practical work psychology. He is an advisor at Thomas International, Research Manager at Sage Transitions in Canada, and Director of High Potential Psychology Ltd.
Content can motivate your employees by involving them in your company’s success and making them feel proud to have played a role in achieving it.
Bloomsbury author John Adair is one of the world’s leading authorities on leadership and leadership development. Since 2006, he has been Honorary Professor of Leadership at the China Executive Leadership Academy in Shanghai. In 2009, he was appointed Chair of Leadership Studies at the United Nations Staff College in Turin.
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Creating content around the theme of diversity for our client.
Sleep specialist Vicki Culpin offers an accessible guide to how sleep works, the consequences of poor sleep and the practical ways of mitigating against, and reducing the impact of, compromised sleep in organisational environments
As digital marketers, it’s important to stay on top of the trends and keep an eye on what everyone else is doing in the industry.
Email marketing is a fantastic opportunity for you to communicate directly with your audience who has specifically opted-in to hear from you
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Margarita Mayo, professor of Leadership and Organizational Behaviour discusses why authenticity is so important for leaders and the biggest blocks to achieving it.
Content marketing is continuously evolving and as marketers it’s important we stay on top of the latest industry developments. Here are some of the interesting marketing trends and statistics we’ve read this month.
Mobile devices make up 60% of all video views
According to Ooyala’s latest Global Video Index Report, mobile video views reached 60% globally in the final quarter of 2017, amassing 60.3% of all video stats.
This is a good reminder for content creators to consider the behaviours of audiences on mobile platforms and to create videos using a mobile-first approach.
The best times to post on social media
Social media scheduling platform Hootsuite analysed over 400 million posts from its users to put together a guide of the best times to post on social media channels.
According to Pew Research, 71% of Facebook users visit the platform every day. Despite the complex algorithm, the team at Hootsuite found that posts were likely to garner the most likes, shares and comments at the following times:
- 12–3pm on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
- Weekends between 12pm and 1pm
Hootsuite found there is less engagement on Tuesdays but still recommend 12–3pm as the best time to post on that day.
Hootsuite analysed 60,000 tweets from its own account and found that for them the best time to post was also 12–3pm on a Monday–Friday. This is because B2B audiences tend to use Twitter like a digital newspaper. They scroll through content in their downtime or during a break at work. If you are a B2C organisation, however, you might be better off tweeting when your audience isn’t at work: before 9am, at noon and after 5pm.
It’s important to note that these are Hootsuite’s findings and they might not be as effective for your industry or content. We recommend testing what’s most effective for you.
Content trends 2018 – Go Evergreen
BuzzSumo published its content trends 2018 report. The key content findings are as follows:
- Based on a sample of 100 million posts, social sharing has halved since 2015
- Referrals from social media channels have sharply declined, but Google now sends twice as many referrals to publishers
- The reasons for the decline in social sharing include algorithm changes, increased competition and increased private sharing
- The majority of content doesn’t receive backlinks but authoritative research and reference content continues to gain links. In particular, authoritative, evergreen content consistently gains shares and links over time.
These findings demonstrate the importance of investing in quality thought leadership content which builds your reputation as an authority and includes keywords relevant for your target audience.
We are delighted to announce that Arcadian Library Online has won the prestigious 2018 PROSE Awards’ R.R. Hawkins Award for excellence in scholarly publishing
Thought leadership content can help firms demonstrate to clients their knowledge across different subjects in a way that is accessible and impactful.
Creating content on the theme of International Women's Day.
A roundup of the latest marketing trends and interesting statistics to help you stay abreast of the latest trends.
As a former fighter pilot and Executive Officer of the Red Arrows, Justin Hughes is no stranger to high performance in the most demanding environments. In The Business of Excellence, Justin deconstructs the drivers of high performance with a rare clarity, insight and accessibility, to illustrate the tangible tools, methods, all of which can be applied by readers in their own teams and organizations.
Digital tools are rapidly changing the content marketing landscape and every year we see the rise and fall of new platforms. So what trends might emerge in 2018?