Digital marketing changes constantly and quickly, and as the industry rockets away from pure link-building and SEO, content marketing is taking center stage. Marketing missteps are made by big and small brands alike, but big brands can afford to lose money on, and learn from, a shoddy campaign. Mid-sized and small brands, however, risk losing both cash and customers after a poorly executed or off-putting content marketing campaign–which could do real, long-lasting damage. So, which big brands can teach smaller ones what to avoid? The examples are both plentiful and diverse–and although the campaigns below aren’t failures, they all threaten to fall down a slippery slope into a big, sticky pile of interruption marketing....
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