You can’t afford to waste your marketing budget by working the wrong way. Yet, process improvement probably isn’t at the top of your to-do list. Change that today and use these three ideas to make it happen.
Agile marketing practices keep the focus on high-priority projects and audience satisfaction. That may explain its increasing popularity among content teams. Read this guide to find out if Agile marketing makes sense for your team – and how to get started.
Content marketing often is a messy, haphazard process. But it doesn’t have to be. Establishing deliberate methods using Agile values can bring order – and help your content team deliver better results.
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.
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.
A marketing team practicing Agile project management made so many mistakes that half of them locked themselves in a room and didn’t leave until they addressed significant shortcomings in their approach. Here’s what they learned.
Create one-sentence user stories for your content marketing program. They put audience needs at the center of content production, support efficient teamwork, and encourage interdepartmental communication.