Learn from our Valuable Content Award Winners
Great content deserves prizes. We reward companies who consistently produce outstanding content with a Valuable Content Award. Winners get a coveted VC Award badge to display on their site (plus a real badge to wear). You get the lowdown on their approach and tips to help you get your content and marketing right. Here are their stories. Enjoy!
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Mark Masters puts his natural curiosity about the world to great advantage in his marketing. He asks great questions and listens hard. His content has propelled him into the conversation and built his business.
Giving glue a personality isn’t the easiest thing to do, but the team at Sugru has done just that.
Their celebration of the do-ers of the world is what drives their content, and it’s what gives a practical product a very human face.
Christain Tait is a cycling-mad, super-talented freelance graphic designer. His award is for consistently giving away great looking content that helps his clients. His content talks about design from the business point of view.
Henneke Duistermaat’s award is for championing of the art of blogging, helping people become better writers, and for her unique visual style.
Paul Hajek runs Clutton Cox - a small but far from traditional high street legal practice in Chipping Sodbury, Bristol. Digitally – they get it. Their business strategy relies on bricks with a lot of clicks, with 7,000 - 8,000 visitors a month to their website. They...
Should you give a Valuable Content Award to one of your own clients? If they’ve taken your advice and run with it, taking it further and making their content greater than you’d ever have imagined then YES – I think you definitely should. We are overjoyed to present...
There is so much to learn from Velocity Partners. We love their content for its attitude as well as its production value. It flies around the web powered by its own chutzpah.
When it comes to creating content that people value and respond to, the most critical factor is its TONE. Matt Barr of actions sports agency All Conditions Media understands this better than most. Here’s how he helped Nokia to get the tone of their content right.
This month’s Valuable Content Award goes to one very special person at the Environment Agency, Alan Atkin aka AlanBarrier. As Britain faced a winter of flooding, Alan’s tweets made an extremely difficult time that bit easier.
We are delighted to present a Valuable Content Award to the inimitable Ling Valentine. Hold onto your hats people – here’s what she has to say about the crazy but super-effective LINGsCARS approach.
Is your content award-worthy?
To win a Valuable Content Award you need to continuously create and share helpful, authentic content, written with passion, presented with the user in mind. We only verify content that’s genuinely useful to its intended audience and valuable to the business too.