Archives for Chief Content Officer Magazine
Journalists are a great boon to any content marketing team, but some may need a little help adjusting. Follow these eight tips to ensure a good fit for the former journalist and your brand. Continue reading →
Marketers live by the mantra “you can’t be all things to all people.” But that’s what a library does. How do they do that with content marketing? Learn how one Ohio library tackles the challenge in strategic, fun, and creative ways. Continue reading →
The post For the Love of Libraries: How Libraries Use Content to Tell New Stories appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
"Why so serious?” B2B social media content can be just as creative, individual, and trusted as any other content, particularly on LinkedIn. Get an insider’s perspective from the content marketing evangelist from LinkedIn Australia. Continue reading →
The post What B2B Brands Need to Know to Succeed on LinkedIn appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
The Coca-Cola Co. willingly shares its marketing strategies and approach. That “thought-ware” raises the bar for every brand and makes Coca-Cola strive for better and bolder. Learn from its senior integrated marketing content manager. Continue reading →
Great video storytelling doesn't require a great budget. But it does require planning, well-selected subjects, and a willingness to adapt. Discover the 10 must-dos from the creators of Visa's award-winning Solo Traveller series. Continue reading →
The post Video Storytelling Secrets From an Award-Winning Series appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Voice-enabled search is a big topic in SEO circles, but many content marketers haven’t embraced the implications. A Moz SEO and content architect shares what you need to know to respond to the growing power of voice search technology. Continue reading →
The post Voice Search: Is Your Content Prepared for the Verbal Revolution? appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
If there’s one thing that never fails to cheer many, it’s unsolicited advice. Catch letters to marketers of brands like Dollar Shave Club and Georgia’s tourism brand about their marketing missteps and gaffes – and some useful remedies. Continue reading →
The post Unsolicited Advice: How to Avoid 4 Content Marketing Blunders appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
More exclamations flew out of the mouth of the editor of Chief Content Officer in 2017 than in any year since the magazine began in 2011. Discover 10 articles that had her saying, “No way?!” Continue reading →
The post A Year Full of ‘No Way!?’ Moments for CCO Magazine appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
B2B and B2C brands delight their audiences with relevant, entertaining, or unique content opportunities, from Instagram to YouTube to media partnerships. Get inspired by 15 brands doing just that as shared in CCO’s Idea Garage in 2017. Continue reading →
The post CCO Opens the Idea Garage for Inspiring B2B and B2C Content Marketing Examples appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Tom’s of Maine uses a micro-influencer model that has grown to 20,000 influencers and a community reach of 19 million. It’s a brand that values influencer substance over sizzle. Learn how they did it. Continue reading →
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