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Adam Morgan (Executive Creative Director, Adobe)
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Track: Creativity Track (design, strategy & tools)
Session Type: Breakout Session
Audience Level: All
Vault Recording: TBD
Audience Level: All
Busting the myths of creative content
Many of the trends in content marketing are linked to phrases we all have heard. "Headlines should be short and punchy." "Make sure all your web content is above the fold." "People don't watch videos past two minutes." Much of this is focused on the idea that attention spans are shrinking so we have to make content fast and snackable to succeed.
I disagree. And I will use science to prove why many of these marketing tactics are flawed. I'll show you what you need to really focus on with your content to make a deeper connection with customers and provide real value. It's not about speed, or length, or time. It's all about finding the right data and using the right creative ideas to succeed.
â€¢ Why many marketing myths are wrong
â€¢ What you need to increase consumption of your marketing content
â€¢ How to provide real value to your customers