Blogging has become a key content marketing activity, and the more you blog, the more you need a simple, scalable way to track your previous posts and plan future content. Find out how to organize your blog content with a 3-step post tracker.
Today, we’re thankful for everyone who has helped make our #CMWorld Twitter chats a success by attending, participating or reading the Twitter streams each week. To say thanks, we’re sharing some of the lessons we learned from running our chats. Get a step-by-step guide for using Twitter chats in your content plan.
Curation is nothing new, but online content curation is still in its early stages. Many content marketers are still unsure about what constitutes ethical content curation. If you’re in this group, use this 10-step checklist as a guide.
In our era of limited time and budget resources, measuring the quality of day-to-day and week-to-week content curation efforts can be a challenge. Use this 10 question scorecard to gauge your ability to discover, share, and create “the best content marketing on the planet” on an ongoing basis.
Create content perfection by incorporating 5 essential ingredients into your content marketing operations. Because content marketing is an ongoing process, not a “one-and-done” campaign, use our handy checklist to make sure your content marketing operations always include elements of the 5 essentials for engaging readers.
By far, the most popular post we have ever published at the Content Marketing Institute is “10 Must-Have Templates for Content Marketers.” To that end, we wanted to provide a refresher on the most popular templates and checklists shared by the CMI team and our guest contributors. Check out what’s new, as well as revisiting old favorites on this updated list that’s aimed at making your job a bit easier.
Even if you take the “less is more” approach to content marketing, you still may struggle to keep up with demand. Use this 9-question form throughout your organization to flesh out and prioritize content creation ideas.
Starting to reevaluate your software platforms? Whether you’re considering a suite or specialized vendors, these questions could help you make the right decision for your brand.
Most marketers are now planning for 2013, in many cases searching for innovative content ideas. In that spirit, here’s a diverse list of content marketing ideas you may want to execute for next year.
To make sure your published content is always at its error-free best, keep this 13-point content marketing checklist on hand. And, for best results, use it!