Facts get fuzzier and grow exponentially in this digital media era. You cannot stop that. However, you can give your audience something to believe in. Enter the point-of-view architecture for your brand.
Marketing tech, including AI tools, can seem like shiny objects to solve your marketing challenges. But don’t look at them too closely without answering this question first.
ContentTECH Summit featured deep dives into many tech trends and tips this week, from video to SEO to (of course) AI. Robert Rose recaps a few of the highlights – and offers his take on the one question to answer before you even think about buying any new technology.
Plan your content to match customer intent with this no-tech, three-step process. You'll end up with content that helps both your prospects and your sales team.
How companies use generative AI tools reveals how they view content marketing. If they embrace a strategic approach, AI’s real power isn’t creating content.
To make the standard framework for content strategy easier to remember, think of the 5Cs – coordination, collaboration, content before containers, and channels. Then dig deeper into each concept. Here’s how.
Gartner released a new survey of CMOs that indicates a shift from search advertising and a lack of budget to achieve strategies in 2023. Consider what that means for the rest of this year and beyond.
With the economy in flux, the only certainty is uncertainty. As your audience reacts to the ups and downs, you must evolve your content strategy to deliver what they need now. Use this advice to help figure out how.
What's missing from your content? Google's new AI-powered search results make this question even more important. And guess what? Another AI tool may help you answer it.
Among the magic announcements from Google this past week came an almost throwaway line that should pique marketers’ interest and response. Here’s a hint: It has to do with AI and search.
What worked once to get your content discovered may no longer do the trick. AI tools are changing the way people search. Are you changing how your content gets discovered?
Stop buying into the trope, “AI won’t replace you, but someone using AI will.” Yes, humans are the differentiator but not like that (unless you have a misguided boss).