By Stephen Spiewak published June 8, 2020

No Need to Survey, You Already Have Data for Great Storytelling [Examples]

Data visualizations are some of the most-read content on The New York Times and The Washington Post. Spotify’s personalized data-informed subscriber emails get shared widely. Is your brand telling data-driven stories? Continue reading

By Daisy Quaker published June 3, 2020

5 Steps to Create Empathetic Content Right Now [Examples]

Out-of-touch content can lose customers and subscribers. What’s the secret to content that wins new customers and evangelists for your brand? Empathy. Learn how to create it and get inspired by four brands doing it. Continue reading

By Aaron Agius published May 27, 2020

Why Guest Posting Isn’t the Answer in 2020

Guest blogging should not be the star in your content marketing mix. In fact, maybe it shouldn’t even be in your content lineup at all. Why? Here are six reasons. Continue reading

By Ann Gynn published May 25, 2020

Stop With the Overused and Incorrect Words in Your Writing

Words can convey so much. Or they can convey nothing. They can persuade. Or they can repel. Overused and incorrectly used words frustrate and irritate your audience. Here’s how to identify and fix your word problems. Continue reading

By Ahava Leibtag published May 18, 2020

6 Lessons in Loyalty Building From Health Care Content [Examples]

Scrapping posts about spring break safety and healthy on-the-go breakfasts, health care marketers now focus on COVID-19 content. They are centered on relationship-building. Look at six ways they’re doing it that we all can learn from. Continue reading

By Ann Gynn published May 5, 2020

When Content Is All You Have for Your Audience

When these three brands essentially had to close their retail businesses, their content marketers detoured to their kitchens. Learn how these non-food brands cooked up success, along with some recipe tweaks that would have been helpful. Continue reading

By Amanda Milligan published April 2, 2020

When You Should (and Shouldn’t) Create Long-Form Content

It’s a mistake to write 2,000-plus-word blog posts only because you heard long-form content delivers higher rankings. A more thoughtful approach is required to attract an audience and keep it reading. Continue reading

By Leslie Carruthers published March 30, 2020

6 Brands Share Real Content Marketing Examples That Convert

Learn how six brands, from a surfboard business and a stock photo company to a major consumer brand and a health care practice, delivered content that worked for them and their audience. Real results revealed.
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By Megan Mahoney published March 24, 2020

7 Free Ways to Get Original Data for Your Content

Using original data in your content marketing can deliver big results. It doesn’t have to cost you a thing. The catch? You need to be clever just like these six marketing experts who share seven examples. Continue reading

By Jodi Harris published March 18, 2020

How to Create Visual Content That’s Worth a Thousand Shares

Take a fresh look at how your photos, videos, and graphics do the talking for your brand. Here are some of our top visual content tips – with examples – to help you find or reinforce your signature visual style. Continue reading

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