Persuading your bosses to buy into the power of content marketing by explaining the inner workings and ROI of both content marketing and content strategy is difficult. Here’s a helpful formula to throw a winning pitch.
To be successful, marketers must add value to consumers’ lives. The fundamentals behind content marketing bring that relationship-building value. But don’t take our word. Let these nine statistics do the talking to persuade naysayers.
Questions. At CMI, we field a lot of them: what is content marketing, how do we find success, how do we generate leads, etc. We pull together the answers in our e-book, 10 Most Common Content Marketing Questions. Here’s a glimpse.
A content marketing program is more likely to succeed when it has a documented marketing strategy. Don’t wait another minute. Create a comprehensive one-page content marketing strategy today. Here’s how.
Executives are no longer willing to accept marketing that doesn’t demonstrate results. An infinitely more measurable approach, content marketing can help. But how do you build the business case for content marketing?
Do public companies that consistently deliver valuable communication to customers perform better in stock markets than the average public company? We’ve taken on that challenge. See how the new PNR15 stock portfolio performs.
Did executives approve your content marketing program but push back on any content that isn’t strictly focused on promoting products and services? It’s time for a common-sense approach to get real buy-in. Start with these six reasons.
Content marketing is the wave of the future. Want to make sure your executives get that? Here are 10 stats to help you make the case for content marketing.
Joe Pulizzi talks with enterprise marketers around the globe to get a handle on where the content marketing industry is going. Here’s what he sees on trend for 2017, and who he thinks delivers the best training on those topics. One thing is for sure: content creation and distribution in the enterprise,...
Are there parts of the content marketing strategy and planning process that leave you scratching your head? Fear not – we have you covered. This book of answers will help you track down the information you need for optimal success.
Using vanity metrics doesn’t position you as a strategic player. Instead, illustrate how your team’s work is impacting the business. Here are four metrics to share with your CEO to show how content marketing can truly drive growth.
How do you build the business case for content marketing and answer the ROI question before you really get started? It starts by understanding what makes up content ROI and considering these three business-oriented goals.