By Robert Rose published May 13, 2022

3 Reasons To Make Personalization More Personal [Rose-Colored Glasses]

Personalized content remains an elusive goal for many marketing teams. But is that even the right goal? Robert Rose argues that you’ll get better results from getting personal before you personalize. Continue reading

By Kim Moutsos published April 28, 2022

Are NFTs Something Content Marketers Should Care About?

Brands like Gap, Coca-Cola, and Reebok have made splashy forays into NFTs. But before you mint an NFT, take a step back to learn what they are and how to know if they’re a good fit for your company. Continue reading

By Ann Gynn published April 20, 2022

How To Use Agile Marketing for a More Productive (and Happier) Content Team

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. Continue reading

By Robert Rose published April 15, 2022

For Better Content Marketing, Listen First, Create Last [Rose-Colored Glasses]

Do you actively listen to your audience? Or are you just waiting for your chance to offer some content? Try these ideas for incorporating active listening techniques into your content practice. You may be surprised by what you learn. Continue reading

By Irina Weber published April 13, 2022

10+ Tools To Help With Reusing and Repurposing Content

Reusing and repurposing existing content lets you quickly expand your reach across channels in different formats. Try these practical tools to find the best candidates, plan (and even automate) their reuse, and track your results. Continue reading

By Erika Heald published April 6, 2022

5 Steps To Find Your Brand Voice

If your content didn’t have your logo, would your audience recognize it as your company’s? It would if you use a consistent brand voice. Here’s how to create a brand voice chart to make it stick. Continue reading

By Lieu Pham published April 5, 2022

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. Continue reading

By Jodi Harris published April 4, 2022

A 4-Step Customer Journey Map Process for Better Content Results [Template]

Customer journey maps let you tap into a content marketing superpower – the ability to lead your audience to the information they need and the actions that benefit your business. This streamlined process keeps you focused on the details that matter most. Continue reading

By Robert Rose published April 1, 2022

How Strategic Content Planning Helps You Say Yes – and No [Rose-Colored Glasses]

A strategic planning process has nothing to do with creating a strategy, but it has everything to do with supporting it. Most content teams skip that step – and find they struggle to prioritize and grow. Here’s how to avoid (or correct) that outcome. Continue reading

By Robert Rose published March 25, 2022

Which Matters More: Content Skills or Subject Matter Expertise? [Rose-Colored Glasses]

Should you hire for content skills or subject matter knowledge? It’s an age-old content strategy question. Robert Rose shares the answer – and a process to make it work. Continue reading

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