By Sarah Mitchell published October 25, 2010

7 Ways to Get More Value From Your eNewsletter

Email marketing is one of the most popular and effective ways for businesses to share their content and connect with customers. Besides being relatively easy, eNewsletters provide good analytics along with a low-cost way to help you manage customer engagement. … Continue reading

By Clare McDermott published October 14, 2010

PwC’s Global CEO Survey Shows How to Recycle, Repackage, Redistribute

Each year for the last 13 years, PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers) has published their much-anticipated Global CEO Survey. Released at the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos each year, the PwC CEO Survey gives us access to over 1,000 business and … Continue reading

By Russell Sparkman published October 11, 2010

How To Plan a Video Budget

Content marketing clients interested in incorporating video into their publishing understandably start by asking the question, “how much does a video cost?” There’s no easy answer, of course. My own answer is usually prefaced with the analogy of trying to … Continue reading

By Michele Linn published October 7, 2010

Content Marketing Group Therapy: How Minor Design Changes Impacted an eNewsletter

A few weeks ago, I introduced you to Graham Kilshaw from Interference Technology. If you recall, Graham had recently launched an eNewsletter targeted at advertisers and prospects of his publication. He was having some success but he was certain he … Continue reading

By Ann-Christin Lindstedt published October 6, 2010

8 Ways to Leverage Locals for Your Content Marketing Localization

As many of you have seen in the recent B2B Content Marketing: 2010 Benchmarks, Budgets, and Trends report, you’re not alone in stressing out about consistently producing fresh, interesting and varied content. Yet, I’d wager there’s something that can get … Continue reading

By Amanda Maksymiw published October 4, 2010

How to Repurpose Blogs into Articles

My firm recently launched a curated content site featuring new and recycled articles from our team and summaries of externally created content. For this post, I’d like to share our process for re-purposing blogs into articles.

By Kevin Lund and Eileen Sutton published August 31, 2010

Branded Words: How Do You Talk to Customers “After the Sale”?

When someone decides to become a customer, it’s your handshake moment to welcome them aboard. They’re filling out your online forms. Getting your emails. Reading your welcome packet. Who are you? What’s your tone? How do you talk to them … Continue reading

By Michele Linn published August 23, 2010

Content Marketing Group Therapy: What Suggestions Do You Have for This eNewsletter?

Several weeks ago, Joe and I received an email from Graham Kilshaw from Interference Technology. He believes in the power of content marketing and had recently launched an eNewsletter (titled the EMC Business Bulletin) to educate his prospects. The problem was … Continue reading

By Amanda Maksymiw published August 19, 2010

How One Company Organizes its Corporate Blog – And Gets Every Employee Involved

In my last CMI post, I shared some details on my firm’s content marketing strategy. In this post, I’d like to share some lessons we have learned in terms of getting our blog, one of the core components of our … Continue reading

By Sarah Mitchell published August 17, 2010

What Content Marketers Can Learn from an Australian Non-Profit

One of the hallmarks of a good content marketing campaign is that it’s designed to pull the customer in. Developing content that will engage your prospective customers isn’t always easy. Getting your audience to take action on your behalf is … Continue reading