Webinar day arrived. Six people attended. A content marketing disaster. Yet, that webinar campaign was the most effective one to influence the deals that got done. How? Account-based marketing. CMWorld presenter Joe Chernov explains. Continue reading
Content Marketing World’s most popular speaker Michael Jr. offers a simple statement: “When you understand your ‘why,’ your ‘what’ has more purpose.” It’s poignant, but Michele Linn discovered a deeper meaning for content marketing. Continue reading
Joe Pulizzi reads every piece of critical feedback about Content Marketing World. He’s identified the big issues that you want addressed, and now shares 13 improvements planned for Content Marketing World 2017.
Does the thought of starting meaningful conversations in a sea of thousands at a conference paralyze you? Relax and read these 55 tips for networking at a big conference from Content Marketing World attendees, staff, and presenters. Continue reading
Be all in with your content marketing program or get all out. That’s the mandate Joe Pulizzi shared at Content Marketing World 2016. He explains why halfway is no way at all and shares some of the presenters’ advice on how to go all in. Continue reading
Before Nick Offerman and I snacked on bacon at Content Marketing World, I issued a challenge to attendees: Are you just going to go back and make some content, or are you going to make a difference? It all starts with two words.
Content marketers may not have cause to shout, “lights, camera, action.” But like Hollywood icons, we are all looking to make a connection with the audience. Take a look at how some of the presenters at Content Marketing World 2014 view a content marketing job through the lens of an entertainment studio. Continue reading