Data makes a great basis for creative content marketing. Get inspired by these examples of companies turning data sets into engaging, helpful blog posts, website pages, and reports – and learn something from the research findings in the bargain.
A new privacy program from Apple could upset email newsletters. LAY’S and Uber Eats celebrate a successful non-existent restaurant. A new survey reveals how consumers share their feelings about brands. What’s it all mean? We break it down for you.
This week in content marketing, we reveal which words earn eye rolls from journalists, explore new event-promotion features on LinkedIn, and get inspired by a brand that has created a whole new (virtual) world.
The 2021 Content Management and Strategy Survey finds glimpses of optimism. But we also see some lingering challenges for businesses as changes to the way we live, work, and take products to market have accelerated.
This week in content marketing, the Morning Brew shows how to perk up reader interest. A content creator whips up a handy resource for B2B writers and experts. And a new studio from Neutrogena puts its best face forward with an award-winning documentary.
Is there any topic content marketers can’t tackle? Get inspired by content that makes mushrooms into something magical, turns data collection into fun and games, and adds the spoonful of sugar that makes COVID-19 vaccine information a little easier to swallow.
Sales enablement boils down to helping your sales team be successful. How well are marketers working with sales to do that with content? Check out the findings from CMI’s latest research.
Elevate the conversation. You’ve heard this advice on brand storytelling before. But what does it look like in practice? These examples will inspire you to tell stories that matter to your brand – and create an emotional response with your audience.
A popular brand-funded magazine gets cut. An email error creates an accidental community. And marketers fear they’ve maxed out their audience’s digital attention spans. But the lessons to take from these examples might surprise you.
Bob Ross is back thanks to Mountain Dew. Plus, Twitter Marketing pits brand against brand – and marketers learn how shipping containers can predict business health.
This week, Burger King UK gets a lesson in context. A new resource shows marketers their path along the social media maturity roadmap. And an at-a-glance flow chart reveals just how many steps go into producing high-performing content.
Look beyond your content team for inspiration. Involve your at-home co-workers, viewers, and customers in your content creation and delivery to up the fun factor for everyone. These brand examples show how it’s done.