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How a Silly Content Question Led to Surprisingly Delicious Answers

Does it matter if people consume your content, or is it enough for them to notice it? Maybe that’s a dumb question. But we posed it to content marketing experts anyway. And they served up a healthy portion of insight, nuance, and, yes, sass in response.
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25+ Experts Weigh In on the Best Ways To Use Social Media in Content Marketing

Simply showing up on social isn’t enough anymore. You need to engage on the right channels with the right content delivered the way your audience likes to engage. Try these expert tips to update and refine your social media strategy.
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40+ Mistakes Derailing Your Content Team (and How To Fix Them)

Managing content teams isn’t easy. But the exhilaration and productivity that come from successful collaboration make it worthwhile. Steer around these common team pitfalls with help from Content Marketing World speakers.
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Is It Time for Content Marketers To Care About Web3? 20+ Experts Weigh In

Web3 is a new and unfamiliar world. We asked Content Marketing World 2022 speakers whether content marketers should dive in – or watch and wait. Here’s what they suggest.
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Does SEO Still Matter to Content Marketing When Google Takes Your Clicks?

No one’s saying you can stop paying attention to SEO. But Google’s approach to providing answers on SERPs makes it harder to earn clicks and traffic. But don’t worry, Content Marketing World 2022 speakers are here to help with SEO advice and ideas for the instant-answer age.
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Ban These Words and Phrases From Your Communications Right Now (an A-to-Y Guide)

Are you guilty of letting any of these overused, meaningless, or confusing words, phrases, or categories of no-nos slip into your content? You won’t do it again after reading this list suggested by Content Marketing World speakers. Brace yourself for the fingernails-on-blackboard effect.
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Ownable Conversations: How To Create Content That Leads Niche Discussions

Many decision-makers don’t find any value in a lot of thought leadership content. How can you deliver content that does? Cultivate ownable conversations – a more intentional approach to creating thought leadership content.
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How’d You Make That Flipping Awesome Content for Northwell Health

Can a content marketing program grow despite a shrinking budget? The Well by Northwell Health proves it’s possible. Get an inside look at the data-driven strategy that fueled its success.
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How’d You Make That Flipping Awesome B2B Content for ServiceNow?

What does it take to sustain a multi-year award-winning content marketing program? ServiceNow attributes its results to a combination of data science, segmentation, and a deep focus on audience needs and behavior. Here’s what to learn from the company’s success.
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How'd You Make That Flipping Awesome Content for Monster

A month after the pandemic hit, a new microsite from Monster went live: Work in the Time of Coronavirus. Not only did it demonstrate their ability to pivot quickly, it created new original content, new internal collaborations, and more.
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Fresh Ideas and Expert Advice for Writing Email That Gets Opened and Read

Yes, there’s more competition in the inbox. But email remains one of the most valuable content marketing tools. Build audience trust and get a better response from every email you send with these expert tips from Content Marketing World speakers.
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Are Inbound Marketing and Content Marketing Still Different?

CMI’s Robert Rose was recently asked a question he hadn’t heard in a while. Unsure if his answer from 10 years ago was still valid, he did some digging. Here’s what he realized.