I’m not here to lie to you: local protection is getting old.
Of course I count my blessings. My family and I are healthy. My wife and I can both work from home. Our kids are pretty awesome. We enjoy each other’s company.
Still. There are only so many loaves of bread that you can bake, puzzles that you can solve, board games that you can play before the boredom sets in.
If you’re like me, you could use a laugh now. And I have to train my comedy muscles before they wither.
And in a world where articles are still being written titled “If You Include Humor in Your B2B Content,” we have to keep reminding people that they like jokes. People like to laugh. Laughter brings you closer to your audience and creates a connection.
Of course, none of these jokes make you laugh – but I’ve heard that a smile and a moan are almost as good for you.
20 more jokes that only a marketer can love
Q: How many agile marketers do you need to change a light bulb?
A: Three: A Scrum Master, a Product Owner and a one-man development team. After a week’s sprint, they deliver a candle and then iterate from there.
I called my dog ”Organic Reach on Facebook”.
I do not have a dog.
We are testing an influencer program that you can use to sponsor the cool kids of a high school to promote your product. We call it “Pay per clique”.
Automated personalization, who?
% First name, we miss you! Hope things in% City are good.
I hired an ex-marketer to remodel my bathroom. But he couldn’t set the shower dimensions properly because he was only interested in basin measurements.
I just consulted the website of a popular spice company. My wise advice was that they had to increase their thyme on the side.
Q: Why did the salmon make a great social media marketer?
A: He had years of experience in live streams.
It’s not that I don’t have that many Twitter followers. I only practice distancing social media.
No matter where I am, Google Maps only recommends businesses from a single city in Alabama. I don’t think mobile-first indexing should work that way.
Apparently there is a new marketing band called SEO Speedwagon. I couldn’t find it on Google, but I heard it from a friend who heard it from a friend heard it from another …
Working from home is weird. I was so tired of sitting at my desk that I wrote my last blog about my children’s trampoline. The time on the side was pretty good, but the bounce rate was really high.
I’m not saying he’s an unsuspecting marketer, but I asked for evergreen content and he wrote a blog about Christmas trees.
In times of uncertainty, our brand wants you to know that we care …
Have you heard that Instagram is finally localized for the US market? It is renamed “Insta .035724 ounces”.
The CEO in my old job had no idea about social media …
How clueless was he?
He thought you had to look aside for your profile picture!
How many clickbait content authors are required to replace a light bulb?
Only five, but number four will shock you!
My children hate to hear that we have leftovers. Now I call it “misappropriated, snackable content”.
Why did the marketer steal Whole Foods food?
She knows you don’t pay for anything organic.
My buddy recently lost his job as marketing director for one of these serial killer podcasts. He probably shouldn’t have suggested user-generated content.
Q: Why does the social media marketer keep getting out of the elevator on the wrong floor?
A: He’s still trying to figure out stories.
The value of a joke
Content marketers know that great content adds value to the reader. We tend to see this value as something inspiring or educational. But let’s not overlook the entertainment value. If your content offers a brief distraction from everyday life, this is valuable. It’s something people need … and However uncertain timesWe need it more than ever.
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