By Marcia Riefer Johnston published August 3, 2017

Want Content That’s More Usable & Reusable? Chunk It

How do you provide the most usable – and most reusable – content possible? Create your content in chunks – think of them as components or modules – according to the types of information you want to convey. Continue reading

By Robert Rose published August 2, 2017

The Democratization of Distrust Is Our Biggest Opportunity

Attention is getting a lot of, well, attention – attention marketing, attention economy, attention with content marketing. But to move forward in your content marketing journey (and build a business case), pay attention to trust. Continue reading

By Andrew Davies published July 26, 2017

Should You Trust Artificial Intelligence to Drive Your Content Marketing?

We trust artificial intelligence to drive our cars but not to recommend marketing strategy. But leading marketers are investing in AI – from personalization tools that “learn” from individuals’ behavior to predictive behavior tools. Continue reading

By Robert Rose published July 20, 2017

The Age of the Wisdom Worker Is (Still) Just Ahead

Peter Drucker’s tomorrow has arrived. Today’s workplace needs storytellers. Meaning makers. Wisdom workers, they’re sometimes called. Are we there yet? Has this new class of worker rushed in to fill the need for wisdom? How about you? Continue reading

By Frank Thomas published July 16, 2017

How Adidas Creates Moments of Relevance

When adidas launched GamePlan A, it put culture at the core of its content marketing strategy. Why? Because culture has the power to nourish longer-lasting and more-engaged relationships. Here’s what the sports company learned. Continue reading

By Michele Linn published July 13, 2017

Marketers: 14 Opportunities to Make Your Content Efforts More Scalable [New Research]

Though most marketers say their brand views content as an asset, only a minority have the people and processes in place, according to new research on content management and strategy from the Content Marketing Institute. Continue reading

By Aaron Agius published July 10, 2017

Hacking Your Buyer Personas: The Only 3 Questions You Need to Ask

If you have the time for extensive buyer personas, that’s great. But what if there’s a quicker way? You won’t get the same meticulous data, but you will have a solid foundation – and the time – to create relevant content. Continue reading

By Andy Vale published July 7, 2017

Data-Driven Creative: How to Use Twitter Data to Inform Your Marketing

Fred Graver, a four-time Emmy-winning television producer and former head of Twitter TV, uses social data to fuel his new creative series. Learn why he thinks Twitter is a go-to resource and how you can use it to inform your marketing. Continue reading

By Marcia Riefer Johnston published June 29, 2017

Bingeable Content: How to Move Buyers Through Your Sales Cycle Faster

What if you delivered content like Netflix? Enticing prospective customers with content they can binge on? If you did, you’d never waste another click to a dead-end content asset. You’ll keep people hooked after they click. Here’s how. Continue reading

By Andrea Fryrear published June 22, 2017

How to Stop Wasting Time on the Wrong Content

Ever spent weeks crafting a big piece of content that generated almost no response? You could have avoided that disheartening flop if you didn’t put all your eggs into the big content basket – and released minimum viable content instead. Continue reading