Archives for Content Strategy
CMO Sarah Cunningham likes to drink Earl Grey in the morning. And thus, a useless buyer persona filled with frivolous detail begins. If you want useful buyer personas, make sure they include this one essential component. Continue reading →
The post It’s Not About the Tea: How to Make Buyer Personas That Really Satisfy appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
You can’t legalize or “software” your way out of the GDPR challenge. You must innovate, design, and create your way into the GDPR. It’s the biggest opportunity in more than a decade for content marketers to become strategic. Continue reading →
The post GDPR: The Biggest Gift to Content Marketers in a Decade appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Navigating all this digital media creates challenges for consumers and enterprises alike. Though for different purposes, consumers and marketers want to find and use them when and where they want. Digital asset management is a must. Continue reading →
The post Digital Asset Management: What It Is and Why You Need It appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Struggling to manage content in a responsive, automated, scalable way? You’re not alone. In our newly released Content Management & Strategy Survey, 72% of respondents say they’re challenged too. Here are some ideas to change that. Continue reading →
The post 4 Paths to Better Content Management and Strategy [New Research] appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Are we kind of, nearly, almost there when it comes to virtual reality? A producer and consultant on virtual reality makes the case for brands trying the medium even if it’s not fully ready for prime time and shares a few examples for reinforcement. Continue reading →
Do you have a strategy for building your content-tech stack? You should. Start with these three questions to get more use of your tech, make it last longer, and see if you really need that shiny new thing. Continue reading →
The post Content Tech Overload? 3 Questions to Ask Before You Buy appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Don’t be tempted to celebrate wins in your conventional sales and marketing funnels. Those “conversions” should only be the start. What you do next matters more – and that next step should be to build super users. Continue reading →
The post How Content Can Create a Self-Sustaining Customer Referral Engine appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
What keeps you up at night about your content marketing program? How to prove its value? How to manage the tech stack? What about your team? Your peers at brands lauded for their content approach reveal how they address the challenges. Continue reading →
The post How 3 Content Brands Tackle Their Toughest Internal Challenges appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Reusing your content pieces is a powerful way to expand your reach across media channels in different formats. Try these practical tools to find the best candidates, plan (and even automate) their reuse, and track your results. Continue reading →
If your logo didn’t appear with your content, could your audience identify the content as coming from your brand? If not, it’s time to find your brand voice. Follow these five steps to make your brand voice sing. Continue reading →