In today’s turbulent times, manufacturing content marketers have done the big things to adapt in a COVID-19 world. Learn from CMI’s latest research what they’re doing differently, what’s kept pace, and what’s growing as you wrap up 2020 and prepare for 2021.
In its 11th year, the annual Content Marketing Institute B2B research delves into industry benchmarks, budgets, and trends. But this year we added one more category – how you and your peers responded to the pandemic and plan for the new normal.
Fast and intelligent innovation can help you manage your content marketing through change. But to do that, you need to ask some questions. We offer a few to consider as we release CMI’s 2020 Content Management and Strategy Survey.
76% of tech marketers say their content marketing is more successful than it was a year ago. Learn what goal and content type the most successful tech marketers are achieving better than the rest, and much more.
How do agencies use content marketing to promote their own businesses? Read on to learn. Discover how many use paid distribution models, which social media platform brings in the most business, and much more.
What role does content marketing play in delivering an optimal experience across the buyer journey? We investigated that and more in our latest research – Enterprise Content Marketing 2020: Benchmarks, Budgets, and Trends.
In CMI’s just-released B2C Content Marketing 2020: Benchmarks, Budgets, and Trends report, we noticed some bodacious correlations to Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure. Read on.
Have demand-generation marketers moved their content marketing from good to great in the past year? See for yourself in CMI’s 2019 demand-generation research.
Find out the top challenges and improvements made in manufacturing content marketing. Learn organizational content priorities, outsourcing activities, and more in Manufacturing Content Marketing 2020: Benchmarks, Budgets, and Trends.
Are you listening or just waiting to speak? Too many of us are waiting. Doing the same in our marketing. We’re “waiting to content” rather than really listening to the audience we’re trying to serve. It’s time to change that.
The newly released 2020 B2B Benchmarks, Budgets, and Trends – North America offers a wealth of data to help plans in the coming year. Learn what your peers are doing (or not doing) and what distinguishes the top performers.
How do you get traffic from Instagram, which seems designed to keep users inside the platform forever? Follow the VALUE framework. And do it with your existing blog content. Here’s how to make the translation and grow your followers.