By Roger C. Parker published November 25, 2016

Holiday Gift Guide: The Most Significant Content Marketing Books Published During 2016

There’s something for every content marketer and entrepreneur on your list in this year’s holiday gift book suggestions for content marketers. It’s our largest gift guide with 24 recently published books and eight old favorites. Continue reading

By Jodi Harris published November 24, 2016

22 Blog Posts That Content Marketers Can Be Thankful For

In the spirit of giving thanks, the CMI team shares some of the blogs, articles, and videos we admire, including some of our own contributors, as well as outside voices we think every content marketer should be listening to. Continue reading

By Andrea Fryrear published October 28, 2016

How to Make Content Creation the Star Quarterback

Content marketing is a team sport. Measurement, distribution, and technology all have roles to play, but high-quality content creation, like the quarterback, has a disproportionate effect on content marketing’s success (or failure). Continue reading

By Roger C. Parker published October 26, 2016

How to Train Your Brain for Content Marketing Greatness

Wonder how can you be more productive in creating high-quality content. You may think the answer is to make better use of technology or to work longer hours for the same pay. But there’s an alternative – train your brain. Continue reading

By Michele Linn published October 25, 2016

How to Find and Use Your Content Essentials: A Template and Step-by-Step Guide

A wardrobe of staples has saved me so much time, and I feel much more confident. Do you want to regain some time and come across as more put together? Let me help you put together your content essentials. Continue reading

By Aaron Orendorff published October 5, 2016

How to Network a Conference Like a Jedi: 55 Tips

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

By Itai Sadan published September 23, 2016

Say Cheese for These 7 Free Stock-Photo Sites

Images draw more attention and understanding from your readers than text alone. Here are seven sites that won’t bust your budget (they’re free) and will help boost your audience’s willingness to consume your content. Continue reading

By Jessica Coccimiglio published September 22, 2016

What Librarians Can Teach Marketers About Weeding Out ROT

Bookshelves have only so much space. Librarians call the process of removing books “de-accessioning” or “weeding.” Marketers should do something similar – archiving and deleting content that hurts more than it helps.

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By Cathy McPhillips published September 1, 2016

How Digital Asset Management Can Make a Big Impact on Your Content Marketing

Can you track down your content assets efficiently? Have you perfected the collaboration process? Do you leverage existing content for reuse? Digital asset management (DAM) can help you maximize your broad portfolio of content assets. Continue reading

By Ann Gynn published July 29, 2016

How to Tell If Your Content Marketing Is Working: Tips From 22 Experts

How do you know your content marketing is working? Most responding CMWorld presenters say the first step is to detail the “why” behind the program. From there, their tips are wide-ranging, from measuring everything to taking a picture. Continue reading