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Looking for inspiration for blog post titles and content marketing? Spring and April in particular provide a dozen opportunities around which to create fun and engaging content that pulls readers in. Use these 12 occasions to plan your editorial calendar for blog posts and other related content. Here are 30 spring blog post titles to inspire your writing. While they’re focused on spring, many of them can be used at other times of the year.
David Oglivy, one of the real life Mad Men, is the father of content marketing. He understood how information, transparency and speaking your customers’ language come together to persuade prospects to buy while building your brand. These elements are at the heart of content marketing as it’s practiced in today’s social media world. Here are five David Ogilvy quotes that illustrate core principles of content marketing.
Content marketing gets a bad rap because many marketers and small business owners don’t understand what content marketing is and since it includes the word marketing they think it must be expensive. By contrast they believe any form of PR will translate to sales without work on their part since it’s some “free” stuff. The reality is that neither of these views is correct. Both content marketing and PR have their distinctive roles to play in marketing. To shed light on the similarities and differences between content marketing and PR, here’s a comparison across twelve salient attributes.
When it comes to promotional inspiration, February is a marketer’s delight because it’s filled with fun holidays. To help you develop your editorial calendar for February, here are eight events around which to write great content or blog posts as part of a larger marketing campaign. There are sixteen magnetic titles in all, enough to get you two blog posts a week for the month of February. (Need more choices to get your creative juices flowing? Here’re 125 Blog Titles.)
Everyone wants their content marketing to stand out from the crowd. What’s a marketer to do to tart up their information to attract attention? Just because your subject is serious doesn’t mean it can’t use some makeup to look pretty and get noticed. How do you take your plain Jane content and dress it up? Here are twenty-one tips to pimp your content.
60% of marketers plan to increase their content marketing budget in 2012 according to research by Content Marketing Institute and MarketingProfs. Marketers’ biggest content challenge is producing content that engages prospects and customers during the purchase process. As a marketer, to ensure your content marketing effectively meets your needs, here is a 12 point, content marketing checklist.