Embedding visual content is a crucial storytelling method. Adding jaw-dropping, interactive visuals makes your story that much more engaging. See the difference it makes and learn about five tools to help you make it happen. Continue reading
It’s not a sexy content topic, but it’s one that can keep you out of trouble — how do you use other people’s content ethically and legally? There’s no straightforward rule book, but here’s what you should consider and implement. Continue reading
A flight attendant’s twist on the mundane emergency-exit conversation sparked her audience’s interest. How can you take routine, ho-hum content and make it engaging to your audiences? Here’s how. Continue reading
We’re experiencing a massive talent crunch for great content marketers – and it’s not just in the start-up space. It’s everywhere. And it’s time we did something about it. Get started today.
Joe and Robert talk about the two definitions of “peak content” – more content, more traffic or right content, right traffic – how email may be big for content marketers, and what it takes to land a CCO role, plus rants and raves. Continue reading
More than half of app users buy them after searching the stores. An app preview video is a must to convert browsers to engaged users. It also requires more work than a simple video of the app in action. Continue reading
What three words describe your brand’s content? With those descriptive words, you can have a brand voice that’s easy to share with content creators who can refer to them frequently to ensure a consistent voice across the brand. Continue reading
In our 2016 research, the effectiveness rate for B2B organizations actually went down from the previous year. This is not good. And the worst may be yet to come. Content marketing is about to get weird. We start with the hype cycle.
While native advertising isn’t new, it is enjoying a major comeback. Learn more about how content marketers are using it from CMI’s latest research and discover the possibilities for your program. Continue reading
After your hard work, your visitors better read the whole blog post. But here’s the cold truth: They probably won’t. Learn how to entice them to read the whole thing or at least how to get more from them even if they don’t read it all. Continue reading