A content marketing hub is a website or blog where a brand publishes shareable content — articles, images, videos. It is a destination where the brand’s followers find a steady flow of helpful information or entertaining tidbits that go beyond the strictures of basic marketing copy. Essentially, it is the place where a brand’s audience should find content they actually want.
Here is a list of content marketing hubs from brands. These sites cover industry developments, expert tips, behind-the-scenes looks, and even intimate portraits. Some have polished editorial designs, while others are simply places for communities to share. Use these examples to imagine new places to engage your customers
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“Is it really about hiphop? Or are you just mad cause those hoes flock when that bass drop…?” Dj Bonee Atown Players
As I go by my day to day, I am constantly amazed by what I read in threads (for real its crazy…). I mean I understand that its about HipHop art and all but how some of the folks in this Hip Hop generation is so disconnected, well its scary. I mean I get this image of the mad artist and fans now when I read hiphop threads and comments these days. All this anger, is it really about hip hop? I mean hiphop has always been a contact sport. Guys who wound up in hip hop usually weren’t the jocks or the school hustler (the hustler end came later when the hustlers became the financiers “if you want to be on a label where you don’t have the ceo dancing in your video…”). They weren’t the honor role cats or the school romeos. They were the out crowd (those other folks showed up later…) and to this day (based on what I’m reading in the thread, they still are the out crowd in a way). You see theses guys in hiphop (and as djs) created their own subculture where they as nobodies could be somebodies I don’t think they ever dreamed it would get this huge commercially. As a matter of fact it has gotten so big that once again these nobodies (who became somebodies) are back to being nobodies (and by the comments in these threads, they aint taking it well…). In a way, they want their hiphop back. Yeah they want the hiphop where bars mattered and rappers wrote their own bars and producers made their own beat. They want all these things but what they really want is to go back to being somebodies in their hiphop universe. That might be hard because hiphop now is about the brand and the business of brands and in business the somebodies call the shots (hey how did that happen?) So no matter what hiphop is to you remember this, hiphop is about how you feel about your personal good time and that good time should not be defined by others (unless they’re spending $1.29 on itunes #lsmh). HipHop is your moment and your ability to choose and control your entertainment. So is it really about HipHop? I think it is. I’m ReggieRedd and “there’s nothing wrong with the music business that a good song cant cure…” #ItsAboutTheMusic #GetAtMe
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But it can be a pretty tricky tactic to master with Google's copious algorithm updates.
How do you know what matters and what doesn't? What are today's blog SEO best practices, and what's considered "old-school"? How on earth can you keep it all straight?
We understand confusion is a common issue facing inbound marketers -- and we want to help. In this post, we'll cover how to optimize your blog posts for the keywords you care about, along with a few other optimization tactics you should keep in mind....
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.