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

By Robert Mills published July 21, 2016

How to Define a Workflow That Keeps Content Production On Track

Every content team that wants to keep its projects on track needs to define its workflow before any content creators’ fingers hit keyboards. Here’s what you need to know to create your own workflow system. Continue reading

By Jodi Harris published July 4, 2016

The Content Marketing Book of Answers: Managing Your Content

An efficient and effective team is your most important content marketing asset. Here’s help to select and structure your resources so that the day-to-day content marketing tasks will be divided and conquered as skillfully as possible.  Continue reading

By Andrea Fryrear published June 16, 2016

How to Stop Working So Hard: Agile Marketers Work Smarter

The more-more-faster-faster approach doesn’t work. Too many marketers are missing the Agile marketing boat. Yet, as the content marketing waters get turbulent, Agile marketing may give your team just what it needs to stay seaworthy.
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By Michele Linn published May 29, 2016

What Should Your Content Marketing Priorities Be in 2016?

How many of you spend time doing something that doesn’t help a goal? Wouldn’t it be great to know why you should make something a priority (and why you shouldn’t)? Let us help you prioritize these 10 content marketing goals. Continue reading

By Amanda Subler published May 24, 2016

A Step-by-Step Guide to Get More Eyes on Your Research

Here’s the inside, how-to story of how CMI secures media and influencer coverage of our research reports. You can use these strategies to get the word out about your big announcements through media channels you don’t control. Continue reading

By Steven Keith published May 4, 2016

How to Solve 5 Barriers to Implementing A Thriving Content Publishing Model

You can’t just flip a switch and give birth to a healthy publishing function. It takes considerable planning, a strong coalition, and hurdling of stubborn obstacles. Here are five challenges – and the quick wins to overcome them. Continue reading

By Dan Steiner published April 29, 2016

7 Less Obvious Tools to Improve Your Visual Content

To rise above the sea of content, images can be one of your best friends. You see lots of image-creation tools repeated from roundup to roundup. We bet you haven’t heard of these tools to create, to plan, and to promote visual content.
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