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6 Ways To Elevate the Text-to-Audio Experience for Your Content

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.
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10 Content Marketing Articles Readers (Like You) Loved This Year

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.
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How To Turn ‘Meh’ Ideas Into Marvelous Content

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.
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7 Content Examples Worth Savoring

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.
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3 Scriptwriting Secrets To Elevate Your Brand’s Videos, Presentations, and More

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.
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How Core Topics and Content Clusters Lead to Better Google Search Rankings

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.
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Content Rules: Why You Need To Make Them (and Break Them)

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.
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How a Dash of Familiarity Makes Controversial Content More Palatable

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.
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How To Find (and Close) the Hidden Gaps in Your Content Strategy

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.
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Out of Content Ideas? Try Borrowing One or Two (Even From Your Competitors)

You don’t need unique content ideas to differentiate your brand. You can recombine and reshape existing ideas to make them your own – even (or maybe especially) ones that didn’t work for other companies. Here’s how to get started.
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How To Create a Content Marketing Career Path (So You Don’t Lose Your Star Talent)

Too many organizations lose employees because they fail to create a content career ladder. Consider this framework the starting point to becoming a differentiator in attracting and retaining content team members.
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The Future of Email Marketing: Insights From 23 Content Marketing Experts

Two-thirds of marketers distribute their content by email. Will that number drop any time soon? Content Marketing World presenters make their predictions and suggest strategy improvements and alternatives.