By Jodi Harris published September 26, 2017

Interactive Content: The Good, Bad, and Wicked Cool Quizzes and Games

Interactive content gives your audience a way to personally experience your brand advantages. Learn more about these versatile tools and features and how you can put them into play for your business. Continue reading

By Joe Pulizzi published September 23, 2017

This Week in Content Marketing: Advertising Groups Loathe Apple’s New Browser Policy

We discuss advertiser anger over Apple’s new browser settings and the end of an era for Rolling Stone. Rants and raves include the fall of bundled TV and the Ohio Lottery; then we close with an example of the week on a Fearless Girl. Continue reading

By Joe Pulizzi published September 16, 2017

This Week in Content Marketing: Special 200th Anniversary Episode + Content Marketing World 2017 Wrap-Up

We relive some of our favorite PNR moments, share highlights from CMWorld 2017, and review the latest CMO trend findings. Our rants and raves include Equifax and M&As; then we close with an example of the week on the Rock Island Line. Continue reading

By Susan Moeller published September 12, 2017

Smackdown Content Marketing Secrets From the WWE

WWE is a legit boss in the content marketing arena. An analysis of 482,000 sports and entertainment headlines (NFL, MLB, UFC, Game of Thrones, etc.) reveals why WWE is a superstar in content engagement and how you can become one too. Continue reading

By Brian Appleton published September 11, 2017

7 Witty Ways to Respond to Negative Feedback on Your Content

Responding to negative feedback is a great way to showcase your brand’s personality. Use these seven tips to transform your response in a way that strengthens your audience relationship and shows off your brand’s voice. Continue reading

By Joe Pulizzi published September 9, 2017

This Week in Content Marketing: Optimizing Ad Tech Is a Waste of Time

We discuss the possibility of Google buying Marketo and Trade Desk’s fight against ad fraud. Our rants and raves feature two music content innovators; then we close with an unlikely source of content inspiration: Warsaw, Indiana. Continue reading

By Stephanie Stahl published September 7, 2017

22 Examples From Brands (and Marketers) That are Winning at Content Marketing

Want some inspiration to advance your content marketing practices? Look no further than these Content Marketing Awards Project of the Year finalists, and the remarkable things they achieved through content marketing. Continue reading

By Clare McDermott published September 3, 2017

How GE Gives Recruiting Content a Personality Lift

Learn how 125-year-old manufacturing-turned-digital-industrial giant attracts a new generation of innovation-seeking talent. Discover its ideas that any company can use to give recruiting-focused content marketing a personality lift. Continue reading

By Joe Pulizzi published September 2, 2017

This Week in Content Marketing: Advertising Industry Prepares for Plummet

We discuss possible signs of an ad industry slump, Google’s ad fraud mea culpa, and AI at The Washington Post. Australia and U-Haul feature in our rants and raves, then we close the show with an entrepreneurial example of the week. Continue reading

By Andrea Fryrear published September 1, 2017

Setting Content Free: How Health Catalyst Gets Results With Ungated Content

As Health Catalyst’s senior vice president of marketing, Paul Horstmeier didn’t follow the typical content marketing script. He tore down the email gates and found success. That’s why he is a 2017 Content Marketer of the Year finalist. Continue reading