It’s time for a midyear checkup on your content and marketing strategy. As you consider changes, don’t let loss aversion drive your decisions. But don’t ignore the impulse, either. Robert Rose shares the five questions he asks for a balanced content strategy assessment.
No one wants to abandon their goals. But most people do – unless they have an accountability partner to keep them on track. Imagine the lasting connections you’d make if you could offer that service to your audience. The good news? You can. Here’s how.
Stop creating one-star social ads for your five-star content promotions. Check out these tips with examples from brands that know how to do it.
By collaborating with subject matter experts, creators can help transform decades of experience into powerful storytelling. But it won’t be successful if you make any of these four mistakes.
You've heard the advice to "know your why." But that won't help you differentiate with content – unless you connect your brand's why to your audience's why. Robert Rose shares a step-by-step process to help.
Does your executive team get how content marketing helps the business? They may not if you’re committing one or more of these fatal reporting mistakes. And that likely affects the budget for content marketing.
Thoughtful distribution gives your content its best chance of achieving success. But how do you know which channels and platforms to use? Follow this guide to ensure your choices align with your marketing goals and audience needs.
Isn’t it frustrating when someone asks for your input and then never says whether anything came of it? Don’t be that person. Try this step-by-step plan to keep you in good standing with your content advisors – and their good ideas flowing.
Need to increase your content output? Employee-generated content could be a win-win solution. Use these tips to activate their interest, overcome common objections, and strengthen your supply of engaging stories.
Too often, content marketers set goals that their business leaders don’t care a lot about. (Brand awareness, anyone?) Here’s how to speak their language and set goals better connected to the business.
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.
Every customer has the potential to alter perceptions of your business positively or negatively. When handled proactively, their word-of-mouth influence can be a powerful tool for your content marketing team.