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Five Reasons Newsletters Still Work

Written by Romario Kosasih | Graphics by Gisele Suroto In today’s social-first approach, many have since dismissed the humble newsletter. However, with more than four billion users worldwide, email and newsletters are still one of the most effective ways to connect directly with your audience.  Newsletters are put out regularly — daily, weekly, biweekly, or monthly — to […]

November 23, 2022

Too fast too friendly: exactly how does ultra-short form content work?

“Brevity is confidence. Length is fear.” This statement might not be foreign to storytellers and content creators — or to my CEO Simon Kearney, because quoting this shows I read the book he gave me — but contemporary content is certainly cranking up the extent of just how brief messaging can get.  So what do […]

October 12, 2022

Creating evergreen content 

Especially for brands, staying relevant is one of the goals to ensure you will stay top of mind for the public regardless of the time of the year. But in a digital age where we are constantly being bombarded with new information, it seems that trends come and go even quicker than before.  How do you […]

September 7, 2022

Redefining authorship with AI writing tools

The writing industry has been around for centuries, and it’s a tough business — until now. With AI tools like OpenAI’s GPT-3 that have the ability to produce coherent text and others that can even write lines of code, technology is creating new realms of possibilities. While it’s not likely that human writers are going […]

June 29, 2022

Data storytelling: a weapon of mass persuasion?

Statistics and storytelling don’t intuitively go hand in hand, but the combination of art and science has been shown to effectively deliver compelling messaging where it counts. The vast variety of topics that can be told with data storytelling demonstrates the creative edge that seemingly cold and unfeeling numbers can give to your story.  In […]

June 22, 2022

How To Write a Good Blog

With the proliferation of social media and bite-sized content, you may think the approach of spreading your message via a blog is no longer relevant. Think again, it may be an older format but it’s still effective — if you write them well. “Attention spans are getting shorter, but sometimes as a reader, you would […]

June 15, 2022

7 Types of Infographics You Should Know

We’ve made the argument that humans are visually wired countless times, meaning that images are more memorable than words. This is especially true in a time when we’re bombarded with a daily barrage of information.  That’s why infographics have emerged as an effective tool to convey your message to the public, and why you should […]

March 16, 2022

It is important to get your content started with some strategy

By Simon Kearney, CEO and editor-in-chief Ifyou read Gary Vaynerchuk, which you probably should, the trick to succeeding in content is just starting. And he’s absolutely right. When he gets down to explaining his view, there are a few strategy basics he talks about – all centred around parts of the old journalist credo – […]

August 29, 2017

Click2View Honoured Again for Visa Solo Traveller Series

Click2View honoured again in the Content Marketing Awards for the Visa Solo Traveller series

August 15, 2017

Click2View Wins at Loyalty & Engagement Awards

Click2View has bagged its first award this year, winning a bronze award for “Best Employee Engagement Strategy” at the Loyalty & Engagement Awards last week hosted by Marketing Magazine. The winning entry was an internal communications strategy for Visa that leveraged Employee Generated Content (EGC), a methodology to create engaging and authentic content using employee […]

August 20, 2015

When Is A Story Not A Story?

The answer is startlingly simple; a story is not a story if it is of no interest to anyone but the person who wrote it.  Unfortunately PR and marketing agencies, including Click2View, are often faced with the prospect of having to turn such stories into press releases, blogs, graphics and videos, which the client just as often finds disappointing.  […]

May 5, 2015

It’s Not Just Having A Story But Telling It Well

If you attended as many marketing and communications conferences and exhibitions as I did in 2014 you’ll not have escaped the fact that “storytelling” was the theme that permeated almost every panel and keynote.  It seems that after years of declining ad effectiveness (and revenues) our industry has finally realised that, all this time, we weren’t buying magazines, visiting websites and watching […]

January 12, 2015