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Your Editorial Calendar Is Not Your Content Marketing Strategy

Stop describing a content marketing strategy by giving details of your editorial plan. They’re not the same. And it’s not just a matter of semantics. It’s a sign of big trouble in your content marketing success. Here’s the remedy.
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How to Get Content Marketing Wrong? Think Like a PR Person

If you want to be taken seriously as a content marketer, stop acting like a member of the PR team. If you want to show that content marketing is a distinct contributor to business results, stop using only PR metrics. Do this instead.
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Can Account-Based Marketing and Content Marketing Get Along?

Account-based marketing comes largely from the shortcomings of the content-driven demand-gen model. Frustrated waiting for enough content to drive enough leads for the business, brands saw ABM as a better way for outbound marketing.
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Content Definition: What It Means in Content Marketing

How do you define content? Does everyone on your team agree with your definition? Do the people on other teams define content the same way? And, though definitions exist, why does this question keep coming up?
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A Take on 3 Confusing Terms: Content Marketing, Content Strategy, Content Marketing Strategy

How does content marketing relate to content strategy? And how does content marketing strategy fit in? Decipher the three terms to better understand the importance and relevance of each one.
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How to Explain Content Marketing to Anyone

What is content marketing? The perpetual question deserves another explanation. If you’re new to the practice, want a new way to look at what you’re doing, or just want help in explaining it to your relatives, this post is for you.
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Ditch the Term 'Content Marketing' ... Unless You’re Talking to Marketers

If you hate or love the term “content marketing,” you’ll want to read this post from CMI founder Joe Pulizzi. He first used the term 15 years ago (it led to an almost $1 million deal) and shares the only time you need to use it.
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Is it Time to Abolish Social Media?

What is uniquely social about Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn – and the hundreds of other platforms that somehow qualify for the label – that isn’t true for just about any other form of media, digital or otherwise?
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Your Editorial Calendar is Not Your Content Marketing Strategy

This author wants to yell from the rooftops: An editorial calendar is not a content marketing strategy! It’s not an issue of semantics. It’s an issue that leads to a much bigger issue – less effective content marketing.
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Account-Based Marketing: What Content Marketers Need to Know

Webinar day arrived. Six people attended. A content marketing disaster. Yet, that webinar campaign was the most effective one to influence the deals that got done. How? Account-based marketing. CMWorld presenter Joe Chernov explains.
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What Is the Difference Between Content and Content Marketing?

Stop creating content. Start creating a content brand. Discover why just because content is everywhere, it isn’t enough. Learn why content marketing success really requires owning the destination for all your audience-building content.