Marketing leaders share the most important skills and backgrounds for a successful content marketer. How well does your resume measure up?
Frustrated by everybody doing content across your organization without helpful alignment? It’s time to create a better culture of content. Here are seven steps to help do that.
Your writers are the ultimate arbiters of content quality. If they mangle the piece, it’s typically for one of two reasons – they aren’t the right writer or you’re feeding them garbage. Here’s how to fix both problems.
What keeps you up at night about your content marketing program? How to prove its value? How to manage the tech stack? What about your team? Your peers at brands lauded for their content approach reveal how they address the challenges.
Journalists are a great boon to any content marketing team, but some may need a little help adjusting. Follow these eight tips to ensure a good fit for the former journalist and your brand.
Ever had one of those days when you want to fire everybody, figure out what you really need, and then hire (or rehire)? Take it as a signal you need to figure out what isn’t working and how you can fix it. And answer these questions.
Do you find hiring great content creators takes too much time? Do you struggle to weed out the vast applicant pool to find quality candidates? Discover some digital tools for a more efficient and effective selection process.
B2C marketers soon may find the pressure to do more outpaces the content marketing team’s ability to keep up. That’s just one takeaway from today’s release of B2C Content Marketing 2018: Benchmarks, Budgets, and Trends—North America.
If your marketing team is not working with a data scientist or at least thinking like one, you’re missing the ability to say “I know” instead of “I think.” The distinction matters to data-driven organizations – and budget approval.
Here’s a dirty little secret: Regardless of your content marketing know-how, your program will only work if you have the right people to implement it. How do you do that? Start with this new framework for content marketers.
Who do you need on your content marketing team to make it successful? Let’s take a step back and first look at what skill areas your content marketing team must cover – for the young, growing, or mature content marketing operations.
Content marketing must provide more than one type of value to be worth the investment. It must provide value across multiple business areas. Are you ready for a new role in addition to the one you have? Enter the audience strategist.