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Creative + Logic = Most Helpful Content Experiences

Is your content marketing right brain (creative) or left brain (logical)? Or both? If you didn’t say both, your audience is missing out. Learn the difference a structured approach makes to help your content work smarter.
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The Most Important Lesson Learned at Content Marketing World

The motivation for Content Marketing World’s headliner keynotes – Henry Rollins and Mindy Kaling – are vastly different. But these two high-profile, highly successful creatives possess the same essential ingredient for success.
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Cure Your Conference Hangover (and Better Your Content Marketing)

Your head hurts just thinking about what you should do based on what you learned at the conference – so many ideas, notes, new connections – to help your content marketing program. Cure your conference hangover with these 16 tips.
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How to Get Sales and Marketing in the Same Kitchen

Omelets and scrambled eggs have the same ingredients. Yet one is an elevated dish and the other a banal breakfast. The difference? It’s the same as the one that distinguishes an aligned sales-and-content-marketing strategy from a disparate one.
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Organizational Silos? How to Battle Content Chaos and Win

Our hero was presented a formidable task. The CMO just announced he was going to solve the “content problem.” His mission? To battle the chaos resulting from large teams operating in silos. Could he and his team do it?
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Want More Opens and Fewer Unsubscribes? Fix These 35 Email Mistakes

Consumers open an average of 3.5 brand emails a week. To be among those, you better get to work on perfecting this popular format and distribution vehicle. And you can start by reading (and fixing) these 35 mistakes.
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What If You and Your Brand Could Break Up With Social Media?

Is your relationship with social media dysfunctional? You find the platforms an attractive way to connect with millions of people, yet you ponder what your (and your brand’s) life would be like without them. You’re not alone.
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30 Ways to Waste Your Content Marketing Time

At month’s end, do you have more questions than answers about your content marketing program? Why is that post still not done? Why did video views drop? Why isn’t sales more supportive? The unifying answer revolves around one thing.
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For Better Results, Think of Content Marketing Like a Product

Your content marketing can’t achieve its potential if it’s structured as one project after another. Cleveland Clinic marketing leaders share how to give your content marketing a product-focused approach for bigger success.
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2020 Content Marketing: What’s Clear and What Needs to Be in Focus

If hindsight is 20/20, then this article offers both hindsight and foresight. Over 25 CMWorld 2019 speakers put on their 2020 content marketing glasses to see where marketers are passing the vision test – and what’s still blurry.
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32 (Surprising?) Ways to Define a Home Run in Content Marketing

You know what a home run is in baseball – it gets the biggest crowd reaction. But what’s its equivalent in content marketing? We asked Content Marketing World 2019 speakers to define it. Their answers may surprise you.
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How to Choose a Successful Topic for Your Next Guest Article

You’ve got ideas for a guest blog article, but what if you submit something already covered (embarrassing) or too elementary for the audience (insulting)? Take control of the situation with a systematic approach to develop a fresh idea.