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We forecast Snap's financial future, and explore the shifting role of the CMO. Rants and raves feature a golden nugget of opportunity and the Vivendi/Havas merger; then we close with an example of the week from United Feature Syndicate. Continue reading →
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To gauge employer readiness, this content team supplier asks eight questions to ensure that the executives she places will be successful and satisfied. Plus, she shares the top qualities employers and employees should seek. Continue reading →
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Tackling sophisticated challenges with our content requires assistance from technical specialists. The three amigos of content marketing – content strategists, content engineers, and data scientists – can provide that power boost. Continue reading →
You wouldn’t build a house without a floor plan. You shouldn’t create content without a message architecture. The tool helps you bring your organization’s messaging into alignment. Here’s a fun way to create a blueprint for your content. Continue reading →
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You likely have taken direction to “write that blog post” or “make the brochure pretty.” But your value as a content marketer is far greater. How do you elevate yourself so people know the value of a content professional? Continue reading →
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If it’s time to find someone who can take your company’s content marketing to the next level, follow this six-step process. You’ll be able to find a stellar marketer who will help your brand benefit from content marketing. Continue reading →
We discuss the battle to dominate the content space, define the role of the journalist, share rants and raves on content commitment and communication, and discover a missed content marketing opportunity in our example of the week. Continue reading →
The post This Week in Content Marketing: The Battle for Custom Content appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Go beyond the standard interview questions to get the best information to determine if your candidate is a content marketing rock star or just a wannabe. Here are 10 questions to help you find the best employees. Continue reading →
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“Do you have any questions for me?” If an interviewer asks that of you, a job candidate in the content marketing field, don’t freeze. Here are nine questions to ask to prove you have the content marketing chops for the job. Continue reading →
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To create outstanding content that meets your business goals, your content team needs time and staff, while ensuring that the right work gets done at the right time. Here’s how some best-in-class content teams address that challenge. Continue reading →
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