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Working in multiple dimensions and with diverse teams, museum designers seek to create a full-body, memorable experience while telling a story. These three museum design principles can be translated into the content marketing realm. Continue reading →
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To fully capitalize your content marketing, you need to click with your audience. If you don’t, your content marketing programs can’t be successful. Are you engaging in content marketing approaches that turn off your audience? Read on. Continue reading →
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Looking for content marketing inspiration? See these examples from nine inspiring brands, from Marriott, Farmers Insurance, and GE to a brand that uses content marketing because its industry can’t legally advertise. Continue reading →
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Many marketers from diverse industries have the same problem – their content marketing is similar to everybody else’s in their market. And their programs aren’t successful. CMI Founder Joe Pulizzi explains why that’s not surprising.
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Building an overall brand story is essential to any effective marketing strategy. Mix business and journalism to craft your content marketing program. Here are nine essential components of a marketing plan. Continue reading →
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Google and other search engines have grown the impact of earned media. Once a goal of traditional PR, earned media is even more crucial today to gain authority for your content efforts and improve your SEO. Start with these three steps. Continue reading →
Recently, I dusted off Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich. Though 80 years old, the book offers some clear takeaways that most corporate marketers simply do not embrace. Here’s my take on seven chapters spot-on for content marketing. Continue reading →
Despite a wealth of data about B2B and B2C content marketing, some unrealistic expectations are still being set. And the realities are, unfortunately, quite different. Manage these expectations with nine doses of reality (and help). Continue reading →
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Screwing up your content marketing is easier than you might think. Here are 12 ways you could be sabotaging yourself and your content marketing. But don’t despair, we share the 12 fixes too. Continue reading →
The majority of marketers still do not document their content plans in any way. Here are the eight most frequently cited reasons (excuses?) and the Content Marketing Institute founder's advice on how to address each one. Continue reading →
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