Almost half of companies restructured their marketing teams in the past year, according to Marketing Week. About four in 10 restructured the year before that. Why? And how can you thrive despite it?
Having a thriving online community requires a lot of work by your brand. But what if you could get help? Learn how Intuit’s TurboTax, Women in Tech SEO, and CMI incentivize, hire, and support members as leaders.
Tech marketers reveal their creation and non-creation challenges, resource woes, AI’s impact, and more. Plus, what do the most successful do differently? Find out in CMI’s newly released technology content marketing research.
Great brand stories can attract and retain attention long enough to develop trust with your audience no matter where they are in their journey. But to get great stories, marketers must shift their storytelling thinking.
Decipher the third-party cookie conversation. Then, do something to create a data strategy that isn’t impacted by whatever solution Google and others ultimately come up with.
Just because you have no more budget or a smaller team doesn’t mean you can’t up your content and marketing game. Follow these nine tips to strengthen your marketing success without asking for another dollar or marketing person to help.
Welcome AI onto your content and marketing teams. It can transform your data, SEO, idea generation, and research into bigger and better results for your strategy and audience.
Company leaders and some marketers think generative AI gives them miraculous new capabilities. They believe it requires a new strategy or a dedicated leader. And they would be wrong. Generative AI is an innovation, not an invention.
What does the Super Bowl ad game mean for marketers? Don’t let it be just a spectator sport. Contemplate these two questions to boost your B2B marketing — no matter the size of your budget.
Professional interest in mentoring is on the rise, for good reason. Mentorship holds short- and long-term benefits for both mentor and mentee, as these stories from content marketers in both roles show.
Few may watch your livestreams, but that doesn’t mean only a few can benefit from that content. Discover how to expand its reach across your marketing strategy.
You need new energy and more creative approaches. You need the team to get out of its content and marketing rut. But if the org chart doesn’t change, you’ll just keep shipping the same old content.