Editing and updating your brand-related Wikipedia pages isn’t easy. But with these tips, you can learn how to work with Wikipedia editors to improve the chances of your requested changes being accepted.
You learned about verbs in elementary school. Yet too many writers forget the power they possess. Stand out in the proliferation of boring, weak, and ineffective language by slashing through wasted, wimpy verbs.
Given the voluminous conversations around AI-generated content, you would think authorship matters. But it usually doesn’t for the most critical group in your content marketing strategy.
Third-party sources can elevate content with diverse viewpoints, examples, and experiences. In turn, your audience is more likely to recognize your brand as a publisher, not just a vendor. Here’s how to do that.
Distinguish your brand's value by reimagining your strategy for thought leadership content. It can help strengthen your sales partnerships – and your consumer relationships.
Prospects want you to tell them a story in the middle of their buyer journey. Great case studies let you do just that – and it’s why over one-third of B2B content marketers say it’s an effective tactic.
Successful content marketing strategies take all the guesswork out of execution, letting the creative flourish. To help get the details straight, use this Creating Valuable Content checklist.
Over half of marketers say they need more budget to get better-than-average results from their video content. But that financial boost may not be necessary with these tips to shoot quality video from a mobile phone.
Readers consume about 20% of the words on a web page. How can you change that? Take time to craft a powerful game-changer – the introduction. These seven methods can help.
Engage your readers in a conversation with this writing advice, from breaking grammar laws to crafting simpler sentences.
Many brands will run content “jokes” on April Fools’ Day. But foolish content knows no time of year. We looked at content from six brands to see who’s fooling around (and who isn’t). Do you agree?
Here’s how to generate a program that really deserves the thought leadership label from someone who’s been doing it for 20 years. Plus, get an inspiring example with each of her tips.