By Andrew Davis published October 17, 2022

Are You Willing To Kill Your Content To Save Yourself?

If you’re feeling burned out from content project overload, it’s time to make a sacrifice. Andrew Davis draws some conclusions about what to keep and what needs to go. Continue reading

By Robert Rose published October 14, 2022

Your 2023 Planning Shouldn’t Be All About That Tech [Rose-Colored Glasses]

New tools and tech seem like reasonable investments to set your content program for success next year. If that’s the extent of your plan, though, you might be creating the roadblock that delays (or, worse, derails) your vision. Continue reading

By Ann Gynn published October 13, 2022

Foundry 360 Finds ‘Purrfect’ Content Mix With Award-Winning Business Model

Who said content and sales teams can’t get along? Not former journalist Diane di Costanzo, who leads a unique content practice at Foundry 360. Here’s the inside story of the compelling editorial and repeatable models for success that earned her the 2022 B2C Content Marketer of the Year title. Continue reading

By Justin Levy published October 11, 2022

LinkedIn Users Bring Crying and More Personal Content, Should You?

Was that post from a CEO crying as he talked about laying off employees too personal for a platform like LinkedIn? Use that incident to trigger a conversation about who you want to be and what you want to post on the platform. Continue reading

By Robert Rose published October 7, 2022

Should Your Content Team Play to Its Strengths or Fix Its Weaknesses? [Rose-Colored Glasses]

Every content marketing team has strengths and weaknesses. Should you double down on those strengths? Or take steps to shore up the weaknesses? The answer isn’t always obvious, but one thing will help you decide. Continue reading

By Ann Smarty published October 6, 2022

3 Ways Artificial Intelligence Can Help Your Content Marketing Processes

Though artificial intelligence tools can’t write creatively, they can help your content marketing processes. Here are three ways and five tools to be more productive. Continue reading

By Stephanie Stahl published October 5, 2022

Content Marketers Share Salaries, Career Paths, and More in 2023 [New Research]

Over 1,000 content marketers reveal their salaries, career paths, working conditions, and more. Find out what they had to say in CMI’s Content Marketing Career & Salary 2023 Outlook. Continue reading

By Gina Balarin published October 4, 2022

How To Battle Imposter Syndrome on Your Content Marketing Team

Imposter syndrome affects as many as eight in 10 people. Given that, your content marketing team most likely feels its impact. Here’s how to recognize it, overcome it, and mitigate its impact on your organization. Continue reading

By Jodi Harris published October 3, 2022

Demand Generation: Follow These Content Tips [Examples]

When demand-gen campaigns don’t perform, your educational content could be the problem. Follow these four tips to attract more consumers, help them take action, and drive more productive and satisfying results. Continue reading

By Robert Rose published September 30, 2022

How To Plan a Content ‘Season’ Like a Hollywood Showrunner [Rose-Colored Glasses]

An episodic approach to content planning keeps all the teams involved in producing content on track – and other teams’ ad hoc requests at bay. Robert Rose explains how (and why) to plan a season like a TV showrunner. Continue reading

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