Engaging videos lead to powerful results. But crafting quality video takes significant effort. Repurposing lets you stretch the same ingredients across many platforms to satisfy different appetites. Try these ideas to turn your videos into a menu of epic content.
Most content marketers have unpublished content languishing on their servers. Though it didn’t get published when created, that doesn’t mean it might not be useful today. Learn how to take once “bad” content and turn it into good.
Evergreen content hits may show up in your content library by chance. But when you plan to create evergreen pieces (whether from scratch or by repurposing), you make your content marketing strategy’s success more likely than lucky. Here’s how to start.
The reduce, reuse, recycle model of waste management can be a great strategy search-focused content. It can help snip and prune the content weighing down your content’s search engine results.
Content audits, frankly, are dull as ditchwater. But they’re important to the health of your brand. So make it simple. Answer these six critical questions to decide whether you update, repurpose or delete your articles.
You know you have amazing content, but how do you drive traffic to it? Learn about five solutions from B2B marketers, including a couple ideas that need to be started before you hit “publish.”
Thanks to search engines, most of your content is evergreen. That’s why you should pick effective formats for your content without an expiration date. Read on and be inspired by the examples of brands doing evergreen content well.
Want to earn more backlinks with your content? And subsequently look better in the eyes of Google? Learn the five most effective types of content used by 628 SEO experts to secure links for their brand and its content.
How do you provide the most usable – and most reusable – content possible? Create your content in chunks – think of them as components or modules – according to the types of information you want to convey.
Writers spend most of their time writing, but they and the entire team need to make sure there is ample time to promote – to extend the reach of their content. CMI takes you behind the scenes to share how we do it.
In the early days, we experimented with content. As we learned what worked, we focused on that. But that doesn’t mean we should stop trying new things. This summer, we’re conducting five experiments and inviting you along for the ride.