By Robert Rose published August 18, 2021

Personal Content Experiences Matter More Than Personalized Content [Video Series]

Why can’t marketers use all those great digital tech tools to realize their vision of becoming their audience’s favorite content brand? Because we’ve confused personalized for personal. Continue reading

By Ann Gynn published June 3, 2021

8 Expert Tips to Help You Personalize Your Content and Segment Your Audiences

Personalization and segmentation are closely related, but they aren’t the same. ContentTECH speakers offer their take on how (and when) to use these techniques to meet a common goal – to deliver content that reflects what the reader, viewer, or listener wants (when they want it). Continue reading

By Content Marketing Institute Team published November 27, 2020

A Small Saturday, a Horoscope Personalization, and a Community Request [The Weekly Wrap]

This week, the Cleveland Clinic asks for help, American Express teaches how to turn something small into something much bigger, and Zillow shows how someone else’s horoscope can catch people’s eye. Continue reading

By Content Marketing Institute Team published November 13, 2020

Personalized Palettes, a Content Exercise, and The Witches Lesson

Give your audience an interactive quiz for personalized content (a la Sherwin-Williams). Decide how to walk, run, jog, or sprint (thanks to Ubiquity Labs’ content marketing framework). Think through your content (unlike Warner Bros.). Continue reading

By Ann Gynn published July 20, 2020

How to Create a Not-Awkward Personalization Strategy

Is it wrong to use audience data to personalize content? Unless they recognize their relationship with your brand, it can come off as awkward at best and creepy at worst. ContentTECH Summit speakers offer their tips for a smart personalization strategy. Continue reading

By Dennis Shiao published January 30, 2020

A Small Amount of Data Can Do It for B2B Personalization

In B2B marketing, content personalization doesn’t require you to know their shoe size, family situation, pet ownership, or car model. A small amount of data combined with relevant insights can go a long way. Let’s explore. Continue reading

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