Archives for Editorial Strategy and Planning
What if your best blog posts could do even better? After a site audit and review of Google Analytics, we created a system for republishing the best – from updating the original to creating a variation on a theme. Here are the steps. Continue reading →
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You understand the urgency to keep your content marketing projects moving forward. Yet, reviews and approvals spin out of control. Make these seven changes to help your review and approval phase be more efficient and effective. Continue reading →
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A content marketer who writes around 300 articles a year shares his process to manage his editorial content effectively, from an editorial-only calendar to an eight-step content process. Continue reading →
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Whether you are looking to start 2017 with a shiny new strategy or just wishing your existing initiatives could be more organized, efficient, or effective, our plug-and-play marketing plan tool set has something for everyone. Continue reading →
No matter your content marketing goals, you need to master content creation, distribution, and social amplification if you expect to succeed. Here are 15 tools, templates, and checklists to get you started in the right direction. Continue reading →
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How can we build a bridge between content marketing and journalism? An award-winning journalist turned content marketer shares five lessons that have carried over and things you can start doing today. Continue reading →
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Just think of the creativity, fresh perspectives, and advocates you could have if everyone in your company were an unofficial member of your content marketing team. Here are six ways to get started.
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Stop wasting money on outsourced content that doesn’t meet your needs. Learn how to hire better freelancer and give them what they need to create content that motivates your audience and truly supports your business. Continue reading →
The post Why Freelance Content Writers Aren’t Getting the Results You Want appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Adidas Group launched a new content platform for athletes and athletes at heart. The executives who created and implement it share the strategy behind the venture, and how the company plans to differentiate itself in a crowded field. Continue reading →
The post How to Differentiate Content in a Crowded Field [Example from Adidas] appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
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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