Archives for Content Ideas
Though we’re in the middle of a believability crisis, as Non-Obvious author Rohit Bhargava says, don’t be discouraged. Get inspired by the deeper meaning uncovered – and steal these non-obvious ideas for your content marketing. Continue reading →
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If your creative content marketing ideas are met with a big “no!”, don’t get discouraged. The problem may be how you’re presenting the idea. Here’s how to stop bad pitches from killing your best ideas. Continue reading →
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To paraphrase a familiar quote, “Good content marketers copy. Great content marketers steal.” We want you to be great. That’s why we suggest you steal these six ideas executed by Content Marketer of Year finalists. Continue reading →
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How does a white squirrel inspire creative content? Learn that and discover more ideas to make your content more creative – even if you work in a boring industry – with practical tactics from CMI’s Content Creativity Day presenters. Continue reading →
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CMI’s Joe Pulizzi offers 18 items to consider in a mid-year checkup of your content marketing program – from getting rid of your writers (you’ll have to read it to understand) to sending a journalist to cover your next industry event. Continue reading →
Content Marketer of the Year finalists developed and executed a lot of great ideas for their content marketing programs. CMI’s head of content shares the six ideas she’s stealing from them. Continue reading →
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