By Clare McDermott published June 23, 2017

Read These Books: Summer Recommendations from Content Marketers

books-summer-recommendations-content-marketersNeed something to snap you out of your slump? Turn to your fellow marketers for advice about books and a few podcasts that are practical, inspirational, and downright fun.Continue Reading

By Andrea Fryrear published June 22, 2017

How to Stop Wasting Time on the Wrong Content

how-stop-wasting-time-wrong-contentHave you ever spent weeks or even months crafting a perfect piece of content that generated almost no response from your audience? You expected trumpets and confetti, praise-filled emails, maybe even a raise. Instead, you got crickets.

While you might accept these disheartening flops as the cost of doing content marketing, they represent an enormous waste of time and resources.

Fortunately, Agile practices offer an alternative. Rather than putting all your eggs into one big content basket, you can conduct small experiments by releasing minimum viable content. I’ll define this term in a bit. For now, the main thing to note is that minimum viable content enables you to learn what your audience is interested in and then use what you’ve learned to create big, high-effort pieces that perform well.Continue Reading

By Joe Pulizzi published June 21, 2017

2017 Mid-Year Content Marketing Checkup

By Ann Gynn published June 20, 2017

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By Ann Smarty published June 19, 2017

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By Clare McDermott published June 18, 2017

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By Joe Pulizzi published June 17, 2017

This Week in Content Marketing: Is Google’s Ad-Blocking Plan Good or Evil?

By Clare McDermott published June 16, 2017

Print’s Very Much Alive: Magazine Examples from 9 Brands

By Marcia Riefer Johnston published June 15, 2017

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