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People Want PDFs; Why The NY Times Didn’t Fail; and a Backstage Pass [The Weekly Wrap]

This week, CMI is wrapping up Content Marketing World, but today we’re talking white papers, how content saved The New York Times, and a new stack as content production ramps up.
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Stream a Stream, Polish Your Thumbnails, and Don’t Talk 'Us' [The Weekly Wrap]

This week, content marketers are talking live streams (not livestreams), research on the best practices of YouTube thumbnails, and a challenge to one of the most standard website pages.
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Don't Let a Pause Stop You From Doing More [The Weekly Wrap]

This week, content marketers are talking about an insurance company that isn’t waiting around, an interesting finding on how bloggers responded to the pandemic, and a great reaction to bad behavior on social media.
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Drumming Up Fans, Battling Beautifully, and Voicing Makers [The Weekly Wrap]

This week, we talk about a famous drummer who thrilled a YouTube phenom (and us), a pharmacy that knows how to battle beautifully, and a cheeky clothing brand that tells stories of makers, from a pastry chef to a chainsaw artist.
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An Oops, a Kick, and a Rebrand Get Noticed [The Weekly Wrap]

The Weekly Wrap debuts its new format – three notable things in content marketing: VRBO’s big oops, Toggl’s rebrand, and Keds kicking up of the power of women. Get the what, where, and why now.