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Travel and tourism content marketing isn't just about fare deals and high-flying adventures. Take a look at the challenges along with some golden opportunities to give your audience an experience they'll never forget. Continue reading →
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Nonprofits have something many B2B and B2C marketers don’t have: a mission, a reason for existing that doesn’t boil down to “sell something.” But that’s just the start of what you should have for successful nonprofit content marketing. Continue reading →
The post Nonprofit Marketing in 2017: Challenges, Strategies, and Examples appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Peek behind great content marketing efforts and you’ll nearly always find a driven, well-organized team. LinkedIn’s content strategy leader explains what it takes to build, manage, and drive a high-performance team. Continue reading →
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Is your creative team sick of the distractions that come when everybody is expected to contribute to a project? Collaboration done poorly leaves little time for critical thinking. These simple tips can help create quality collaboration. Continue reading →
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We marketers are practically drowning in content, and librarians are experts at making content organized and findable. Make your content library useful – follow these three principles to manage your content like a librarian. Continue reading →
The post 3 Steps to Manage Your Content Library Like a Librarian appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
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 →
The post Are You Ready to Hire Quality for Your Content Team? appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
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 →
The post Use This Simple (& Fun) Tool to Design Your Content Marketing Message Architecture appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Our own little content marketing industrial revolution is happening. We’ve moved the content creation process from the craft workshop to the high-volume assembly line. But we shouldn’t be treating content like a Ford Focus. Continue reading →
If you’re not as victorious as you’d like with your content marketing efforts – or you’re struggling to distinguish if you’re even working on the right content or not – it could come down to these five simple prioritization problems.
The post Screwed Up Priorities? 5 Reasons You Aren’t Working on the Right Content Projects appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Are you tired of fighting about who does what with your content? Do you have too much content and need a better way to manage it all? Content is a business asset. But how do you make it so – and prove it? Follow Intel’s example. Continue reading →
The post How to Get Control of Your Digital Content: Lessons From Intel appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.