There may be many reasons behind ineffective content efforts, but there is one big mistake that many organizations make that stands in the way of success. Find out why successful content marketing can’t be all about you.
In this week’s PNR podcast, Joe and Robert talk about the big content publishing news that LinkedIn has decided to open its publishing program to all users, discuss BuzzFeed’s advice for content success, explore the implications of Sprinklr’s purchase of Dachis, and share content marketing examples from Toyota and Chevron, before looking at how an early 20th century baking powder company used content to help it rise to the top of the food industry in New Zealand.
In the spirit of improving donor retention rates for nonprofits in 2014, let’s take a look at how implementing a content marketing strategy can have a significant impact on the bottom line. Employ these 3 techniques using content marketing to really engage your donors.
Our newest B2B content marketing research report confirms that small businesses are doing many things really well when it comes to content marketing — things that can certainly give them a competitive advantage and put them on equal footing with the “big guys.” Check out the report for more details.
As much as content marketing has grown in use and popularity over the past several years, many people still have questions and doubts about its viability as a successful discipline. Check out 18 content marketing myths which came out of a recent #CMWorld Twitter chat and the reality behind the myths.
Alexis Ohanian, reddit co-founder, says that if we focus on adding value to people’s lives, things that should have an audience will have one. His motto is simple: Make things people want. Learn more about his entrepreneur’s blueprint for content creators.
In this edition of the PNR podcast, Joe and Robert talk about GE’s new sponsored content play that’s airing as part of “The Tonight Show” and debate the latest native advertising moves from “The Guardian” and Yahoo before discussing this week’s #ThisOldMarketing example — where a new discovery leads them to revoke John Deere’s title as creator of the world’s first content marketing effort.