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Want To Scale Your Content Strategy? Hiring Isn’t the Answer [Rose-Colored Glasses]

If you feel like your team can't produce enough content, you're right. They can't – and Robert Rose says they never will. The only answer is to stop acting like a team of content creators and start becoming directors. Learn the five roles you need for blockbuster success.
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How Planning To Fail Can Succeed [Rose-Colored Glasses]

A recent conversation in a social media marketing group got Robert Rose thinking: Does it ever make sense to put out content with the explicit goal of failing?
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Your Audience Isn’t Really Interested in ‘Just the Facts’ Anymore [Rose-Colored Glasses]

The content marketing question in 2022 isn’t about how to present “just the facts.” The question is: How do you make people care about any of the facts? Robert Rose explains.
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You Could Build a Content Strategy While ‘Flying’ It – But Here’s a Better Way [Rose-Colored Glasses]

Is it ever possible to build a new content marketing plane while you're already flying one? Maybe. But your chances of success go up dramatically when you don't try to. Robert Rose explains better options for getting a new content program off the ground.
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Why You Might Not Need a Unified Content Development Process (Yet) [Rose-Colored Glasses]

You can’t solve every content development problem at once, so give yourself permission to stop trying. In his new weekly column, Rose-Colored Glasses, Robert Rose offers his view on a better way to tackle the challenge of enterprise content processes – one silo at a time.