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For a Better Customer Experience, Make Your Buying Process Less Efficient (Yes, Really) [Rose-Colored Glasses]

Over the last two decades, marketers have worked hard to reduce or remove friction in the buying process. But what if that’s a mistake? A recent delivery from Domino’s prompts Robert Rose to explain why.
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How To Get Your Audience To Give Their Data for Personalized Content

If consumers find personalized content valuable, they’re likely to exchange their personal data for it. Follow these tips to foster that environment and gain helpful information to create even more customized content.
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How a Weak Point of View Sabotages Your Content – and What To Do About It [Rose-Colored Glasses]

The authors of an open letter from the Future of Life Institute damaged their own message when they didn’t help readers realize their best next experience.
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Get Executive Buy-in for Content Marketing (Even in an Economic Downturn)

Content marketing programs can face big cuts when the chips are down. Here’s how to prove your value to executive stakeholders and preserve your budget.
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Copyright Guidance Gives Content Marketers an Easy Decision on AI vs. Human Content

Behind all the headlines around AI-generative content news in recent weeks is a memo from the U.S. Copyright Office. It should prompt content marketers to make more deliberate decisions about who or what creates content.
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Take This Step To Get Over Your Fear of Content Collaboration [Rose-Colored Glasses]

It’s not easy to overcome the collaboration fears that keep teams from working together. But giving everyone visibility into the content plans can help your organization produce more and better content. Robert Rose explains.  
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With First-Party Data, the Experience Is the Most Important Part

New research from Gartner indicates marketers should focus less on policies around taking first-party data and more on the experience and value they provide in exchange for that data. Robert Rose explains.
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Fill Your Content With Visions Your Audience Will Want To Chase [Rose-Colored Glasses]

What can marketers learn from Matthew McConaughey’s Oscar acceptance speech? Robert Rose has some thoughts for today and the future.
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The ‘Big’ YouTube Announcement Almost Drowned by a Sea of AI News

Forget the never-ending conversations about AI-created content this week. We look to news from YouTube you may have missed – and share why you should consider it.
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Why Remarkable Content Originates From an Unremarkable Process [Rose-Colored Glasses]

Can you create remarkable content without a process (and people who create and follow processes)? Robert Rose says you can't – no matter what Steve Jobs once claimed. Here's why.
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Twitter’s Unskippable and Sephora x TikTok Add New Twist to a Proven Content Strategy

Twitter and Sephora announced branded education content programs to teach video and social media concepts. Both embody a trend: creating content courses to help their audiences, partners, and customers succeed even on topics not directly tied to the brand’s products.
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Can Your Marketing Team Generate True Demand To Really Start the Customer Journey? [Rose-Colored Glasses]

Does true demand generation get the support it deserves from your brand? The kind that propelled millions to buy a Rubik’s Cube, a Toyota Corolla, or even an iPhone? Robert Rose explains why true demand gen is a must.