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Setting Content Free: How Health Catalyst Gets Results With Ungated Content

As Health Catalyst’s senior vice president of marketing, Paul Horstmeier didn’t follow the typical content marketing script. He tore down the email gates and found success. That’s why he is a 2017 Content Marketer of the Year finalist.
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How to Implement a Content Marketing Platform in a Global B2B Organization

Over 18 months, Rachel Schickowski and Stan Miller implemented a content marketing platform – a hub for all the marketing content of Rockwell Automation – for a team of 600 marketers around the world. Now, they share how they did it.
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7 Best Practices (and Tools) for Managing Your Remote Content Team

Do you manage a remote content team? Even if your employees work in the office, the team likely works virtually with freelancers and agencies. Learn seven tips – and tools – to help create a more efficient and effective team.
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5 Key Milestones to Develop and Advance Your Content Marketing Program

What does it take for your content marketing program to mature in your organization? Explore the levels in Gartner’s Content Marketing Maturity Model and learn the five key attributes your program must have for any progress.
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How to Tear Down Silos to Create a Culture of Content

Marcus Sheridan saved his pool company by using content as a sales tool. What would it take to make content the star of your brand’s sales? Knock down silos to create a culture of content. Marcus shares how to do that.
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A Content Success Story: How FedEx Operations Now Delivers a Better Customer Experience

Redundancies, overlaps, and lack of communication kept good content marketers from delivering a great content experience for FedEx customers. Drew Bailey wanted to change that. That’s why he is a Content Marketer of the Year nominee.
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Convert Your Most Vital (and Most Ignored) Audience Into Brand Ambassadors

Do you ignore your organization’s most important audience? Chances are, you put all your brand-building energy into external messages. But if company employees aren’t part of your content marketing strategy, you miss an opportunity.
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The Science of Productive Content Marketing Team Meetings

Look at your calendar for the coming week. How much empty space do you see? If it’s minimal, you could be unintentionally making it difficult for members of your content team to produce their best work. Try this four-step plan instead.
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The Age of the Wisdom Worker Is (Still) Just Ahead

Peter Drucker’s tomorrow has arrived. Today’s workplace needs storytellers. Meaning makers. Wisdom workers, they’re sometimes called. Are we there yet? Has this new class of worker rushed in to fill the need for wisdom? How about you?
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7 Things You Need to Have a Productive (and Happy) Content Marketing Team

Individual tricks are useful, but what does your team need to make sure they are working in the best possible way? Read on for a mix of tools and ideas to help your team focus on creation, not process.
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Bingeable Content: How to Move Buyers Through Your Sales Cycle Faster

What if you delivered content like Netflix? Enticing prospective customers with content they can binge on? If you did, you’d never waste another click to a dead-end content asset. You’ll keep people hooked after they click. Here’s how.
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How to Stop Wasting Time on the Wrong Content

Ever spent weeks crafting a big piece of content that generated almost no response? You could have avoided that disheartening flop if you didn’t put all your eggs into the big content basket – and released minimum viable content instead.