Giving away a free report, whitepaper or case study has long been a staple in the content marketing world. In an effort to build credibility, spread your message and build your email list, you create a free piece of content that is packed with value. Read More
Quick Sprout recently gathered some data for image use in blog posts, which suggests, among other things, that using royalty-free images are no longer beneficial to a blog post’s success. Neil Patel and his team did a quality job using 41 blogs from varying...
Following the great success of my previous article on how to speak at conferences, I interviewed a few other experts in this area to ask about their own conferencing experiences. Dawn Anderson Director, Move... Read more
It used to be that a good marketing professional just needed to know how to work a powerpoint presentation and a whiteboard. That's no longer the case. The new breed of successful content marketers must be comfortable with an evolving set of roles that have only recently become essential for executing marketing plans. We'll discuss these 7 roles and what you need to do to master them. Read More
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