Oct 04, 2013
Content We Love: Uncovering gDiapers
“Content We Love” is a weekly feature written by a team of our content specialists. We’re showcasing some of the great content distributed through our channels, and our content specialists are up for the task: they spend a lot of time with the press releases and other content our customers create, proof reading and formatting it, suggesting targeted distribution strategy and offering content optimization advice. In Content We Love, we’re going to shine the spotlight on the press releases and other messages that stood out to us, and we’ll tell you why. We hope you find the releases enjoyable and the insights gained from discussing them enlightening.
On the cusp of NYFW, the rattlers were sounded when gDiapers released their version of the Fall trends– for babies!
gDiapers Introduces Mix-And-Match Coordinates And Diaper Covers For Fall 2013
The headline, complete with an action verb, covers more than fashion.
The priority with a headline is that it IS the first glimpse of a story. It needs to tell the full story in ideally 65 characters with spaces. Reason being: search engines index the first 65 characters. There isn’t a penalty for going over; simply keep the story in the beginning!
gDiapers’ headline showcases a new product which highlights the prettier side of diapers: fashion! The company makes diapers more eco-friendly by having flushable (or compost-able) inserts in festive covers.
When introducing a new product, it is paramount to include an image. Images increase your chance of visibility which means more eyes will be potentially seeing your image! Scrolling through releases and seeing an adorable baby wearing a colorful diaper? Yeah. I clicked on that to see the story. gDiapers? #Winning.
Great headlines and powerful imagery deliver directly to readers (like a stork) and just like new baby smell, we can’t help but love it!
Big thanks to gDiapers for bringing beauty to dirty diapers everywhere.
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