Regardless of how long you have been doing content marketing, you’re probably always on the lookout for ideas on what kind of content to produce or how to improve the efficiency of what you are doing.
If this describes you, check out some of these popular posts with both general ideas and specific examples.
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Kathy Hanbury walks you through a series of exercises to help define the right content mix for your business.
This presentation from Joe Pulizzi is full of ideas and examples of content initiatives to consider in your 2012 strategy.
An exceptional case study from the content marketing trenches: Eloqua is a company that is doing a lot of things right when it comes to content marketing. In this in-depth case study, Joe Chernov walks you through how they do it.
If you aren’t sure if your content is hitting the mark, check out this post from Dianna Huff to make sure you’re getting to the heart of the matter.
Carl Freisen breaks down the 5 different types of content every marketer should consider to grab and hold reader attention.
Do you work for a company that you consider, uh, shall we say, a bit dull? Have no fear: Patricia Redsicker has some ideas to help.
Looking for some unconventional ideas for creating content? Here are two case studies from Andrew Davis that will get you thinking.
One of the best ways to get ideas for content is to see what others are doing well. Here are 12 examples of companies that have hit a content marketing sweet spot.
Our CMI bloggers share their favorite content marketing examples they have seen this year.
One of the biggest challenges is producing enough content. Joe Chernov shares ideas on how you can get more out of what you have.
What other tips do you have? Let us know in the comments!