Companies like Vimeo and Youtube have built their culture around celebrating the creator community on their platforms and the work they create. Telstra and Ooyala didn’t.
Full of Content is an online content creation service which allows clients to choose their own team, hours they work and view the total cost.
Content is king, as they say, and businesses big and small are catching on. Of course, not every business owner or leader can write, or has the time to write, and that’s where outsourcing comes in.
From WhatsApp to Viber, Snapchat to the humble Facebook chat, messaging apps are a dime a dozen. With the market so crowded, each is quickly adding new features to distinguish themselves from the others. Australian app Yap Chat aims to compete by taking words out of the picture altogether.
To overcome the absolutely unbearable agony of doing regular blog posts, I thought I’d write this post for all my fellow business owners who love creating content but hate having to constantly churn out articles because they’ve been told it’s a good thing to do.
I recently confronted a woman who had ripped off my UVP format and regurgitated it (badly) in an article I also appeared in. When I confronted her about it, she flat out lied – it came from someone else, she said. Uh huh. I know, for a fact, that my UVP format is completely unique in the market – I put it together, alone, in the spare room of my 2 bedroom flat in Footscray at 2am one morning when I had 10 of 15 UVPs (then, USPs) left to write for members in a program I was part of. It didn’t come off the internet, it didn’t come from a book, it came from sitting in front of the computer, actually working through writing the things.