Having a thriving online community requires a lot of work by your brand. But what if you could get help? Learn how Intuit’s TurboTax, Women in Tech SEO, and CMI incentivize, hire, and support members as leaders.
Welcome AI onto your content and marketing teams. It can transform your data, SEO, idea generation, and research into bigger and better results for your strategy and audience.
Professional interest in mentoring is on the rise, for good reason. Mentorship holds short- and long-term benefits for both mentor and mentee, as these stories from content marketers in both roles show.
Don’t think you can just plug and play an AI audio tool to convert your text into audio. It requires you to up your game – and learn some new tricks. Follow these tips to add a new delivery channel for your audience.
Short on time? Here’s a cheat sheet for the 10 most popular articles for the Content Marketing Institute audience. You’ll see something for everyone to improve their content marketing programs, from trends to evergreen fundamentals.
Ever received a not-so-great content idea at your organization? Don’t despair. Follow this idea transformation framework to turn it ultimately into successful content.
Dig into this surprising and award-winning content smorgasbord. It’s got gin, Ryan Reynolds, vegan mayo, Oscar the Grouch, and more to delight and inspire your content taste buds.
Don’t fall for the bad advice that scripts are for amateurs. Discover why you should write scripts for your brand’s videos, podcasts, and other presentations, and get the secrets to making them great.
To climb to the top of Google search results, take a topic-based approach to content planning. HubSpot’s head of search authority explains a three-step approach to get you there.
Content teams often resist creating rules because they don’t want to operate in a box. But that’s a mistake. Without rules, you lose the ability to benchmark the standard – and learn from the creative rule breakers.
Controversial content topics get attention – for better or worse. To earn the best kind, try balancing these four elements: surprise, familiarity, consensus, and controversy. This new framework can help.
Your content marketing has holes that you can’t see. They may manifest themselves from the beginning or materialize over time. But no matter how they started, it’s time to identify and fill them in with a content gap analysis.