By Mark Sherbin published August 24, 2012

Divorcing Content from Form: A Major Perspective Shift for Marketers

When deciding how to accommodate divergent platforms, focus on content first. Divorcing content from form is a major, but necessary, perspective shift for marketers. Here are some tips and examples of what has worked, and what hasn’t. Continue reading

By Patricia Redsicker published April 12, 2012

Digital Natives: How They Are Changing the Content Marketing Game

A consumer group now too powerful for any brand or company to ignore, digital natives are self-ordained experts accustomed to sharing their opinions with the world. They tend to have significant influence, money and decision-making power. Here are the essentials on the habits of digital natives and how to tailor your content to interest and influence them. Continue reading

By Michael Bay published March 7, 2012

Apple’s iPad3 a Wakeup Call for B2B Marketers

Apple will announce the iPad3, and there’s been a huge buzz about what to expect from newest iteration of the world’s most popular tablet computer. From our perspective, the question isn’t how long the lines at the Apple store will be later this spring, but who in the B2B marketing sector is going to get the most mileage from the mobile computing revolution. Continue reading

By Michael Bay published February 8, 2012

Social Media Study: Corporate Blogging On The Decline?

Is blogging an old-fashioned tool or the linchpin of a successful marketing campaign? It’s a question you might be asking if you’ve read the new research by Dartmouth’s Center for Marketing Research. Continue reading

By Joe Pulizzi published December 22, 2011

Top 15 Content Marketing Predictions for 2012

I was thrilled with how our 2012 content marketing and social media predictions piece came out this year (full predictions below for viewing and/or download). Social Media & Content Marketing Predictions 2012 View more presentations from Content Marketing Institute With … Continue reading