The general consensus is that companies need to dedicate resources to social media (in the form of time and labor) in order to be successful. I would agree with this statement. But the question is, how much time exactly?
The first step toward content marketing success begins with (or at least should begin with) creation of a content marketing strategy. But where does one begin? What are the best practices and frameworks for creating such a strategy? What are the critical elements to include, and pitfalls to avoid, in developing a strategy? Discover the answers to those questions are more here in 18 of the best guides to crafting a content marketing strategy of the past year.
Why you need repetition in your content strategy by iMedia Connection
How to Build Your First Content Marketing Strategy by Search Engine Watch
Content marketing: What is more important than strategy? by GO Marketing
Let’s Move Beyond The Content Marketing Hype by WCG CommonSense
8 Steps To Become A Brand Publisher by B2B Marketing Insider
Experts outline key content marketing trends for 2014 by The Guardian
The Top 10 Content Marketing Strategy Lessons from the Last 15 Years by Content Marketing Institute
Failing Distribution Strategies Smother Great Content by MediaPost
How to Create a Content Strategy (In Only 652 Steps) by Portent, Inc.
How To Develop A Content Marketing Strategy Framework by BloggerBeat
4 Reasons Why Content Marketing Should Care About Audience Development by Tony Zambito
A Bigger Megaphone Doesn’t Mean Better Marketing by MediaPost
The Content Marketing Pyramid: Are You Hungry for Content? by Business2Community
4 secrets of a successful digital content strategy by iMediaConnection
5 Core Beliefs of Extraordinary Content Marketers by SteamFeed
The Top 6 Reasons You’re Failing at Content Marketing by BuzzStream Blog
How to avoid creating worthless content by iMedia Connection
Building Content Marketing Strategy – 10 Steps by B2B Marketing Insider
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