Everyone knows about the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval. And some know about the Malcolm Baldrige award for quality. Drumroll please — at Content Marketing Place, we’re introducing our own version.
When we see good stuff, we’ll give it a thumbs up and tell you if it’s “on the map.” Here’s what’s caught our eye lately.
1) Good sign at Home Depot. Instead of advertising certain plants as “drought tolerant,” a prominent sign in San Carlos, Calif., calls them “water-efficient, low-maintenance plants.” And to drive home the point, note the “save water” image.
2) Nice video for a clever innovation. All hail the Edible Six Pack Ring. It’s a terrific invention pioneered by a Florida craft brewery to cut down on plastic in the sea and save marine life. Cheers, and here’s hoping the big companies follow Saltwater Brewery’s lead. WATCH: Saltwater Brewery ‘Edible Six Pack Ring’
3) Smart blog post, When Researching a Company, First Visit Their Twitter Profile
Dennis Shiao shares how he gets up to speed, quickly, on companies. In short, he uses Twitter. Companies, are you listening? Some of us look first — and most — at your Twitter profile. Make it worthwhile. And concise, of course.
Congrats to Home Depot, Saltwater Brewery and Dennis Shiao – nice content! You’re on the map.
What great content have you seen? Let us know.