By Nadya Khoja published May 6, 2021

7 Ways to Repurpose Content and Grow Your Customer Base

No matter how large your team, repurposing can be the solution to lighten the content creation workload. It’s also a good way to get your content in front of more people in formats they might prefer better. Continue reading

By Ann Gynn published May 5, 2021

Want More Method and Less Madness? Check Your Content Operations

People, processes, and technology (also known as content operations) make up the machine that turns your strategy into effective content marketing. Try this basic blueprint to set up a new content operations infrastructure or fine-tune the one you’ve got. Continue reading

By Clare McDermott published May 4, 2021

Want Better Results From Your Original Research? Improve the Survey Experience

Original research is one of those areas where so much can go wrong. The survey experience is one of those potential pitfalls. It may seem like a nice-to-have, but a good survey experience boosts completion and accuracy of results. Continue reading

By Kim Moutsos published May 3, 2021

6 Steps to Help You Decide Whether to Optimize Your Failed Content

In between the content pieces that hit the mark, you’ve probably published a few that didn’t. Is it ever worth spending time to optimize those duds? These six steps will help you decide. Continue reading

By Content Marketing Institute Team published April 30, 2021

3 Ways to Know Your Audience: Hire Them, Talk to Them, or Tease Them

Nerf knows its audience well enough to know it needed to hire one of them. Business communicators want to know their audiences, but miss out on a crucial step. An agency knows its audience so well, it pokes gentle fun at a pain point to attract them. Here’s what to make of it all. Continue reading

By Alexandra Cote published April 29, 2021

15 Engaging Ways to End Your Next Blog Post

Introductions get all the attention. Yet conclusions and endings matter even more. Readers who get to the end of the story are the ones most interested in the topic (and likely what your business offers). Here’s how to reach a satisfying conclusion. Continue reading

By Teni Hallums published April 28, 2021

How to Use Reddit to Find Subject Matter Experts

Reddit gets a bad rap as a breeding ground for snark, rants, and memes. But this social platform has over 100,000 communities where some great expert sources for your content could be. Here’s how to find them. Continue reading

By Anjan Sarkar published April 27, 2021

9 Ways to Increase Watch Time on Your YouTube Channel

The more people watch your videos, the more YouTube is likely to surface them in their search or recommendation features. But how do you do that? Here are nine ideas. Continue reading

By Chintan Zalani published April 26, 2021

4 Mental Models to Help You Tackle Tough Content Marketing Questions

Don’t let blind spots and assumptions derail your content marketing program. Work through your challenges using one of these classic mental models for better decision-making. Continue reading

By Content Marketing Institute Team published April 23, 2021

How Do You Like Your Content Marketing – Cheesy, Fruity, or Extremely Personal?

This week in content marketing, a Trader Joe’s contest stretches user-generated content to delicious lengths. Pepsi tries an expensive approach to promote a new flavor. And a Kia dealership test-drives personalized video content. Continue reading

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