Last year, I tried to break up the content marketing “boys club” by writing a post that highlighted women who “rock” content marketing. Twitter lit up — frenzied comments applauded those listed and decried those absent. In other words, the post struck a nerve.
To account for the absences, some glaring, I created a “Top Women in Content” Twitter list. But that was an ersatz solution. We needed the real thing, another batch of must-follow women in content marketing. Continue Reading