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Are personas the same as stereotypes? Whether it’s soccer moms, NASCAR dads, or lazy millennials, marketers draw conclusions. Now, 10 marketers share how they view personas and stereotypes in their audience development. Continue reading →
As a marketer in a global company, your content must be unified everywhere in the world. But rigid consistency across cultures can backfire or undercut your business goals. You need a two-direction approach – top-down and bottom-up. Continue reading →
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Audiences are not just buyers. They may help us connect with new customers. They may amplify our reach. They may strengthen our trust with other audience members. That’s why we must change the way we go about developing our personas. Continue reading →
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What do we do as technology outpaces our ability to comprehend what we can do with it? Listen to the counsel of Intelligent Content Conference presenters and these three takeaways around chatbots, artificial intelligence, and context. Continue reading →
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In 2017, Intel’s iQ digital magazine team borrowed a page from the traditional media playbook – focusing on sustaining loyal readers rather than getting more eyeballs. Luke Kintigh, Intel IQ’s head of publishing, shares how they did it. Continue reading →
Ready to discover how to produce well-conceived, well-written stories? Read this handy tutorial on the essentials, plus helpful guidance for taking content creation efforts to the next level. Continue reading →
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Quality is queen, but how do you get that crown? In an interesting twist, Agile marketing teams may have the answer. They prioritize quality more than traditional or ad-hoc process counterparts, according to a recent AgileSherpas survey. Continue reading →
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If reading your content takes too much effort, interaction falls off and you have churn. You know this anecdotally. Yet you likely don’t measure it scientifically. It’s time to change that and improve the user experience. Continue reading →
Every brand can benefit from an editorial plan that sets the standards for success and outlines how to make it happen. Ready to build – or refine – your organization’s tactical framework? Use this handy tutorial. Continue reading →
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If your brand is struggling to build an audience (or just wants to boost your efforts), take note of the Quartz team experience in this case study. It starts with thinking of your content marketing team as a media company within the brand. Continue reading →
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