By Content Marketing Institute Team published August 13, 2021

How Video Email Affects Your Audience (and More Content Examples)

New research into video email shows how it gets audiences’ synapses firing. A content collaboration taps into the drive to create. And a helping hand in the greeting card aisle turns into a savvy way to promote a new service. Continue reading

By Romy Catauta published August 11, 2021

How To Adapt Your Content To Get Found in the Conversational Search Era

Optimizing for search once was as simple as sprinkling in keywords to increase the odds of the content popping higher in the result pages. Today, conversational search makes it more complicated, but it’s nothing you can’t handle. Continue reading

By Robert Rose published August 9, 2021

Try These Storytelling Structures To Build, Strengthen, or Repair Your Brand

A slick logo, tag line, and mission can make the claim your brand is the most distinctive. But if you don’t deliver on that, your audience will make their own conclusion. Nowhere does this play a bigger role today than in your content. Continue reading

By Content Marketing Institute Team published August 6, 2021

Grey Goose Misses Bonus Free Throw With Uninterrupted Partnership

Grey Goose scores with a cool new video series with Lebron James’ Uninterrupted brand –then misses on bonus content opportunities. Plus, what to learn from Delta’s long-haul email and a calculator that shows the carbon footprint of digital marketing. Continue reading

By Sarah Greesonbach published August 3, 2021

Your White Paper Tanked: 3 Common Mistakes To Avoid

Without proper boundaries, your white paper ideas that go into development can end up being the same trite, ineffective content as so many others. Don’t make these mistakes if you want to deliver a high-performing white paper. Continue reading

By Kate Bradley Chernis published August 2, 2021

7+ Content Marketing Writing Tips That You Didn’t Learn in School

You don’t have to follow all those school-taught English lessons in your writing. But you do have to make sure your content is good. Here’s some thoughts to help you write for reader and brand success. Continue reading

By Ann Smarty published July 29, 2021

How to Create Winning Sales-Enablement Content

To increase sales, many businesses invest more in marketing or hire more salespeople. But there’s a more affordable – and fundamental way: Create more effective sales-enablement content. Continue reading

By Jonathan Crossfield published July 26, 2021

Curiosity May Have Killed the Cat But It Could Save Your Content

It’s tempting to exploit innate human curiosity with dramatic headlines and provocative social posts. But it won’t pay off in the long run – unless you understand how to keep audiences reading, watching, and clicking for more. Continue reading

By Robert Katai published July 7, 2021

Experts Share How to Get Episodic Content Right

Imagine your audience comes to the end of your article or podcast episode and can’t wait to consume the next one. That’s the power of great episodic content. Hear what experts have to say about how to do it well. Continue reading

By Content Marketing Institute Team published June 11, 2021

3 Content Examples Serve Up Inspiration, Entertainment, and Revenue Streams

From the content examples menu this week: Dig into takeaways from Folx Health’s audience-focused Pride initiative, Ben & Jerry’s planned flavor-competition show, and Roku’s content-about-content series. Continue reading

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