Chief Content Officer (CCO) is the print and digital magazine offered by the Content Marketing Institute that is published every other month.

CCO_April14_CovCCO is the first globally-distributed magazine devoted to the fast-growing, evolving field of content marketing. It is written by, for, and about the most innovative, influential global content marketers.

 

The magazine showcases how content marketers are finding success in the field, focusing on the tools, technologies and processes they use to help marketers learn new publishing skills and apply lessons to their own organizations.

 

CCO is available in both print and digital editions. The print edition is FREE to anyone in the continental United States and is mailed every other month as it is published. The print edition is also available internationally for a small one-time shipping and handling fee (this fee is non-refundable).  Every issue of CCO is available in a free digital edition.

 

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Interested in Advertising in CCO? Please contact Peter Loibl at Peter [at] contentinstitute.com for more information.

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