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In People We Trust: Here’s How To Make Your Content More Human

The overarching theme at Content Marketing World tapped into something powerful – the emotions, experiences, and need for personal connection all humans have. Here are some highlights to inspire, motivate, and implement.
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Content Marketers Share Their Best Networking Tips for In-Person and Virtual Events

Conferences – in person or virtual – can present great opportunities to network. But it doesn’t come naturally to many. Here’s some help to overcome those networking jitters, whether you’re remote or gathered with others.
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Why These Post-Pandemic Content Marketing Tips Are the Worst

There’s no shortage of advice on how to adjust your content marketing once the pandemic finally ends. But much of it is flat-out wrong. Here’s how to steer clear – and what to do instead – courtesy of Content Marketing World speakers.
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28 Ideas for Better Virtual, In-Person, and Hybrid Event Content and Experiences

The return of in-person events hasn’t pushed virtual to the side. It’s just given rise to trickier hybrid events. But you can master the blend of online and in-person content experiences with advice from these Content Marketing World speakers.
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22 Content Marketers Share Their Take on TikTok, Clubhouse, and Trendy Social Spaces

Before you leap into new social media spaces like TikTok, Clubhouse, Twitter Spaces, Spotify, or Greenroom, stop to consider whether you should. Try this advice from Content Marketing World speakers to help you decide.
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22 Expert Ideas for Content Marketing That Connects With Your Audience

Content that attracts attention is one thing. Content that creates a true connection with an audience is a whole different challenge. Try these 22 expert ideas to move beyond shallow attraction to establish a lasting relationship.
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21 Experts: Don’t Fear Life After Cookies – If You Have Content (and Consent)

You need data to know your audience – but regulations and policies about how you get it are constantly changing. Don’t panic. Take the advice of these 21 content marketing experts on how to make the most of a cookieless, privacy-focused future.
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26 Eye-Opening Ideas for Putting an End to Digital Content Fatigue

After a year with few IRL options, many find their eyes glazing over when it comes to digital content. Can your content reignite the spark of interest? Content Marketing World speakers say it can – and share ideas for how to make it happen.
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7+ Content Marketing Writing Tips You Didn't Learn in School

You don’t have to follow all those school-taught English lessons in your writing. But you do have to make sure your content is good. Here’s some thoughts to help you write for reader and brand success.
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51 Experts Share Content Marketing Myths and Missteps That Hurt Your Work

Pet peeves and misconceptions in content marketing go way beyond annoying. They’re bad for the practice, hurt your business results, and color the perception of content marketers as a whole. Browse this list of some of the worst – then add your own.
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Guest Blogging: A Step-by-Step Guide

Unsuccessful prospective guest bloggers act like door-to-door salespeople. Successful prospective guest bloggers act like invited guests who show up with a nice host gift. How can you be the door knockers welcomed by publishing sites?
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You Can't Rely on Speaker Proposals Alone for Diverse Events

CMI’s Stephanie Stahl shares how we program ContentTECH Summit and Content Marketing World and asks for suggestions to ensure the community’s breadth of ideas, backgrounds, interests, and experiences are represented in 2021.