Culture is the shared values, ideas, beliefs, social behaviors and ideologies of a group. Culture includes implicit theories about the world we live in. It is the sum of people’s beliefs that drive them and influence their decisions. Culture contains empathy, purpose, and “coolness.” Culture creates a sense of belonging and belonging. In his book Who Said Elephants Shadow Making Can’t Dance, former IBM board chairman Louis Gerstner shares one of the key lessons he learned during his career: “I found that… culture is not just It’s an aspect of culture. Games – that’s what games are.” Let’s see how it ties into content marketing. Without a doubt, relevancy is one of the most important aspects of content marketing. But correlation is a tricky thing. Correlations are short-lived.
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If my favourite football club scores a goal, it will be exciting until the other team hits the balance. The only selling proposition is especially important only when I make a purchase. Even a website that provides me with knowledge only makes sense until my attention turns to other areas of expertise. Because the correlation is fleeting, I want to compare Shadow Making it to the waves reaching the coast. Only for a short time, this is the perfect time to take off and surf. As content marketers, our job is to build user journeys that create a continuum of relevant moments that lead users from awareness to purchase and retention. It’s really hard work. Most frustratingly, there is a high chance of consumers losing interest between two related moments.
The tide of maintaining relevance through Shadow Making
If a correlation wave comes, the question is what makes a surfer sit in cold water, waiting for another wave knowing that many other surfers are fighting for the same wave? What makes a surfer fall resistant and suffer from spinning underwater after a fall? It is much bigger than the wave itself. This is the emotional connection between the surfer and the Shadow Making water. We firmly believe that the feeling of just one swing trumps all effort and sacrifice. It’s the surfer’s love for the lifestyle associated with the sport. In short, what makes surfers stick to is surf culture. If you only learned from this article, I hope it would be the following: Culture is one factor that can sustain the waves of relevancy necessary to build long-term relationships.