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Don’t Upgrade Your Content Strategy — Make Space for a New One

Don’t Upgrade Your Content Strategy – Make Room for a New One

How often have you been asked to build something new while you're busy with an existing content project? You’re probably resourceful enough to do it. But your chances of success go up when you don't try to. Here’s a better option for getting a new content project off the ground.
Why Brands May Be Saying Less But Not Doing Less for Pride Month

Why Brands May Be Saying Less But Not Doing Less for Pride Month

What’s going on with content and marketing celebrating Pride Month? Some brands have cut back in publicizing their support of the LGBTQ+ communities; others have cut back on their celebration of Pride. What’s a marketer to think and do?
How To Measure the Value of Your Audience (in Real Money)

How To Measure the Value of Your Audience (in Real Money)

You’ve heard how important audience building is again and again. It’s one of the arguments for a content-driven marketing approach, after all. But could you describe the value of your audience in dollars? And do you know which audience members are more valuable than others? Robert Rose can — and this...
Harness AI To Harmonize Your Brand Voice: A Step-by-Step Guide

Harness AI To Harmonize Your Brand Voice: A Step-by-Step Guide

Solve your consistent brand voice challenges with the help of AI. Learn how it can help you document, audit, and maintain your enterprise’s unique identity at every audience touchpoint.
Why Holding Attention Isn’t a Worthwhile Content Strategy Anymore

Why Holding Attention Isn’t a Worthwhile Content Strategy Anymore

OpenAI’s many recent missteps devalue the currency brands should prize over anything else — trust. Here’s how to seize the kind of opportunity OpenAI appears willing to squander.
How To Curate Content That Delivers Fresh Content Without Added Resources

How To Use Content Curation To Deliver Fresh Ideas Without Added Resources

Let other publishers create the new content. Then, your brand can curate it into valuable, relevant, and helpful content for your audience. It’s a good strategy to grow your content collection without any additional investment.
5 Steps To Build a Content Operation Workflow That Helps Everybody

5 Steps To Build a Content Operation Workflow That Helps Everybody

Remove the friction, confusion, and inefficiencies that hinder your content’s success. Follow this five-step process for a content operation workflow that supports your marketing wins.
Why Even Crushing Content Failures Aren’t Mistakes

Why Even Crushing Content Failures Aren’t Mistakes

Laughing at content failures feels cathartic at times (there but for the grace of the audience …). But extreme reactions can have a chilling effect on creativity. Here’s the real lesson to take from Apple’s failed iPad Pro ad.
The Dos and Don’ts of Pitching Journalists To Get More From Your Owned Media

The Dos and Don’ts of Pitching Journalists To Get More From Your Owned Media

You spend a lot of resources on the content published on your brand’s site. Why not get a credibility boost and a wider audience for it? Put on your PR hat (or get with the PR team) and get pitching with these tips.
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Maximize Content Efficiency With These 7 Agile Practices

Do your content and marketing teams feel overwhelmed? Do you think they’re inefficient? Explore these seven Agile practices to streamline workflows, boost efficiency, and still create high-quality content that engages your audience.
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How To Use Testing To Create a Competitive Advantage

Knowing which creative assets compel your audience to act can bring big success for marketers. But how do you figure that out? You must start testing, and here’s some help to get going today.
Think Like a Golfer To Create a Winning Content Strategy

Think Like a Golfer To Create a Winning Content Strategy

More content always seems better or at least less risky. But what if you played a different strategy? Play as you would in golf — fewest swings of the club wins. Let’s explore.