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While user-generated content is the ultimate driver of engagement between the brands and consumers, it involves some real challenges as well. BuzzInContent talks to the industry leaders to find out how to make the engagement more serious and enthusiastic for users

By Akansha Srivastava
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Dingra talks about the importance of having a long-term relationship between the agencies and the brands for content marketing purposes. He believes just like brands have budgets for media, they should also have specific budgets for content creation through the year

By Akansha Srivastava
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A lot of brands tried their hands on content marketing in 2018, but it doesn't deliver results if done half-heartedly and can surpass the traditional advertising if the brand objective and distribution strategy is clear. This article outlines what 2019 has in store for content marketing

By Akansha Srivastava
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As brands wrap up their content marketing plans in 2018, it's time to reflect and watch out for some newer trends and techniques in the content space in the next year

By BuzzInContent Bureau
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As consumers are not taking a shine to traditional advertising and avenues of brands to grab attention are narrowing down, content marketing is gradually evolving as a deliverable medium. But because of lack of measurability, a lot of brands are not going full throttle on it. Ending the marketers' confusion, BuzzInContent.com compiles a list of tools that can be used to measure effectiveness of content marketing

By Akansha Srivastava
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Marketers are eventually realising that content marketing in print is not only about advertorials but there are a plethora of innovative solutions beyond that. BuzzInContent.com explores the options print offers and how brands are benefiting from them

By Akansha Srivastava
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As content marketing becomes need of the hour for marketers in a digital era, print in India is already providing much more effective solutions to brands. The medium is playing to its strengths that include trust, credibility and deep reach to deliver results. In a series of articles, BuzzInContent.com explores various facets of content marketing in print

By Akansha Srivastava
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Unlike other Chinese phone brands, OnePlus stays away from ad blitzkrieg and brand ambassadors. The premium smartphone brand opts for traditional advertising twice a year to announce product launch but remains with content and community engagement throughout the year

By Akansha Srivastava
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The Group Chairman and CEO of FCB India talks to BuzzInContent.com about the agency's focus on content marketing with the launch of its content production arm FuelContent

By BuzzInContent Bureau
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In an interaction with BuzzInContent.com, Chen, General Manager, UC Ads, talks about the evolving landscape of content marketing, the role mobile internet will play in its exponential growth and how the Alibaba group company is tapping the growing languages market to tap into India's user base

By Akansha Srivastava
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As content marketing moves from the fringes of media plans to acquire more significant space, agencies are deploying futuristic research techniques to measure its impact. Wavemaker's South Asia CEO Kartik Sharma talks to BuzzInContent.com about content marketing, its impact and the future

By BuzzInContent Bureau
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With the growth in appointment viewership attributed to affordable data and the rise of vernacular content, content and ad-funded content will become very important

By BuzzInContent Bureau
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Kansai Nerolac Paints' Marketing Head tells BuzzInContent.com that the explosion of mediums has offered marketers different ways to connect with audiences and differentiate themselves, which was not the case earlier

By Akansha Srivastava
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TVision Insights Co-founder tells BuzzInContent.com that high-attention content can have a ‘hero effect' and if brands want more attention then they need to invest in high-quality, premium content

By BuzzInContent Bureau
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Mehta believes that marketers have to do a lot of unlearning to understand the game of content marketing. He also emphasised on the fact that content marketing cannot be done on an ad-hoc basis and is fetches results only in the long-run

By Akansha Srivastava
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Barbie doll maker Mattel India relies heavily on content marketing and the company has realised unmatchable returns in terms of brand love and sales leads. In an interview with BuzzInContent, Kataria said that it is always better to have fans of a product than just customers

By Akansha Srivastava
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Talking about their content strategy, Raagjeet Garg, General Manager, L'Oréal Paris, explains how they build awareness and reach through traditional mediums, and generate engagement through a lot of content on digital

By Karuna Sharma
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Despite recognising the role of influencers for its first content initiative #Pushthelimit, the brand's Executive Director - Marketing feels that consumers have started realising that a lot of it is paid for, doesn't really gel well with the brand ethos and not as authentic as they thought it was

By Karuna Sharma
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