Knuckleheads big and small, young and old converged on Rupp Arena in Lexington Kentucky for an early December night of rock and roll! For those reading this that don’t know what a “Knucklehead” is (other than what your Dad called you when you did something questionable as a child, or maybe that was just my childhood) that’s what the fan base of Five Finger Death Punch call themselves and they have shown up by the thousands to see what Lexington’s own Chris Kael and the rest of Five Finger Death Punch have in store for them. Five Finger Death Punch didn’t show up to the most holy of holy arena’s in college basketball alone, no they brought Three Days Grace, Bad Wolves and Fire From The Gods. This night was going to be LOUD! Continue reading →
Content takes a significant if not the leading role in brand building and business promotion. Users and potential customers have become more hypercritical and picky in terms of the content they receive. Therefore, brands must treat this aspect of marketing responsibly and provide their customers with what they request if they want to succeed. You have to keep up with the upcoming trends or become a trendsetter yourself. Experts at https://essayshark.com/ prepared a list of content creation tips that you should consider while compiling your 2020 business development plan.
Create More Video Content
According to Google, 90% of users discover new brands with the help of YouTube videos. People want to get fascinating, entertaining, informative videos from companies that produce goods they consume or services they benefit from. Statistics state that people spend 88% more time on websites that have video content. How can your business use this? Your marketing department can broadcast live and show your customers the backstage of getting things done inside your company. Live stream educational or informative videos with your partners or opinion leaders. Invite celebrities, bloggers, and experts. Offer your customers videos that will highlight your expertise but will not look like you are boasting.
Educate Your Audience
Use videos and posts to give your subscribers or users more information about creating or using something. Webinars are still an excellent instrument for attracting customers in B2B. However, you should alter a format a bit and offer some new forms. Thus, try providing your target audience with intense courses that last for just one hour, a series of workshops, interactive engagements, or gamification. In addition to that, do not forget about the simple “How to” videos that can be used literally for everything — from packing a Christmas present to using your application on various devices. Continue reading →
Another year might have come to an end but the music from 2019 will continue on forever. Even though the year has seen many great records it is finally time for me to pick my own top 10, with some additional special albums that made my year just a touch better, and share those with you good people. So with that being said dig in and have a wonderful 2020!
Steel Panther have carved out quite the career for themselves, by not being themselves. The band started out under the moniker Metal Skool, and quickly became the toast of the strip with their blistering covers sets of classics from Van Halen and countless other mainstays of the 80’s hair metal scene. After changing the name the band would earn a name for their raunchy lyrics and over the top playing with a live show that was equal parts a metal show and a comedy set complete with stage banter that would make Sam Kinison blush. Steel Panther have lasted longer than most would’ve expected spanning 10 years and 5 studio albums, including 2019’s Heavy Metal Rules. Continue reading →
Tom Smith is the guitarist for The Acacia Strain. Tom spent time under the tutelage of uber producer Will Putney (Fit For An Autopsy) learning the craft of recording records, which was put to use when Tom helped write and record the bands latest offering, 2019’s surprise EP, It Comes In Waves. Continue reading →
So I arrived at the Bristol o2 Academy to one of the biggest queues I have seen. The line went on and on for what seemed like forever. This was the last night of the UK run of dates for Motionless In Whites Disguise Tour. After the release of their latest album ‘Disguise’ released on 7th June 2019 through Roadrunner Records, it’s their second release on a major label since their departure from Fearless Records. Continue reading →